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Jun 21, 2021 / Blog

How to properly remove Keratin Fusion and Tape-Ins Hair Extensions using SEISETA pincers and remover

The success of Hair Extensions applications rely also on the correct removal procedure, which must be done by a professional certified hair stylist. What is the right way to safely remove Keratin Fusion and Tape-Ins hair strands?

When a  professional hair stylist applies Hair Extensions correctly, and the client chooses  to remove hair strands with home-made systems on her own, the final result on natural hair could be a huge disaster .

Both Tape and Keratin Bonded Extensions are “melted” with natural hair properly to stay on perfectly, with a flawless effect. This “fusion” or “bonding” are not damaging for your hair because they are done by professionals and certified professionals have tools and dedicated products to apply and remove the strands safely without causing any damage. 

NEW Keratin Fusion and Tape Remover by SEISETA

One of the above-mentioned tools is the new SEISETA FAST DRY Remover (RV200) suitable for both Keratin Fusion and Tape-Ins Hair Extensions. It’s a solvent with ZERO oils and ZERO silicons which easily dissolve  strand’s adhesive and keratin too, drying fast and leaving no residues on the hair.

The best professional Pincer to remove Hair Extensions signed SEISETA

Another “must have” tool to correctly remove hair strands is the PM61 pincer. It helps hair stylists to easily break the keratin bond and slide the extension off. This isn’t only a professional and essential tool for Hair Extensions masters, it’s also a beautiful and stylish holographic design utensil!

Remove Hair Extensions at home: Risks and damages!

The correct Hair Extensions tools combined with professional hair stylists’ skills make the hair extension experience, the application and the removal  not harmful for  the natural hair. 

Trying to remove them at home, instead, exposes you to serious risks such as:

- Tear off  the natural hair strands together  with the extensions;

- Break natural hair irremediably;

- Leave pieces of keratin or adhesive on natural hair;

- Having weakened  natural hair (in the best of cases).

How to remove Fusion Hair Extensions

- Comb your hair with a fine-toothed comb to remove knots;

- Prepare fold paper towels to put under the extension you want to remove so to avoid spilling any liquid remover in your clothes.

- Select  the first strand to remove starting at the top of the head

-Pour few drops of remover on the keratin bond

- Press gently on the wet keratin bond and break it  using SEISETA PM61 disassembly pincer;

- Slide carefully the extension off holding the patron’s hair with your fingers;

- Repeat these steps for all the extensions, pulling them off one at a time

Once all the strands have been removed, wash the client’s hair with a specific product as SEISETA Clarifying Daily Shampoo, to remove any keratin and remover residues.

How to remove Tape-Ins Hair Extensions

- Comb your hair with a fine-toothed comb to remove knots;

- Prepare a fold paper towels to place it under the extension you want to remove  so to avoid spilling any liquid remover in your clothes

- Select  the first strand to remove starting at the top of the head

- Pour few drops of remover on the edge of the Tape bond and quickly separate the “sandwich” using the tail of your comb  evaporates quickly without leaving odors or residue on the hair;

- Remove the strands carefully holding the patron’s hair with your fingers;

- Wipe any excess remover residue on the adhesive with the aid of a pad of paper towel and peel off  the old adhesive strip;

How to re-use Tape-Ins Hair Extensions: Wash the client’s hair with SEISETA Clarifying Daily Shampoo, to remove any adhesive and remover residue and proceed by reapplying tape-in strands, after washing, drying and replacing the adhesive strip.

Are you a professional? Buy now SEISETA tools to remove fast and safe Hair Extensions!

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