Cold fusion hair extensions are known to add more volume to the thinning hair. Women who are
suffering from alopecia can now have hair extensions that bond directly to their fragile and thinning
hair. Topical hair re-growth solutions such as minoxidil can still be applied without concern.
Strand-by-Strand Hair Extensions
Best For: Those with fine or thinning hair.
Who Should Avoid Them: Anyone that has very dry or damaged hair.
What They Are: Most salons will offer Great Lengths extensions. Each hair extension comes as a
100-strand lock of human hair with a keratin protein polymer cap.
How much time: Two to four hours.
After care: Use a silicone-free shampoo and conditioner as silicon can make hair extensions slip of. Deep condition your ends but avoid getting them on the bonds. Sometimes hair extensions can
tangle easily, so brush them with a boar-bristle paddle brush. Schedule a two-month follow-up
appointment so that your stylist can replace any hair extensions that have fallen out.
Duration of the hair extensions: It can be about four months to six months, depending on your
lifestyle. Your stylist will use an alcohol-based solution so that the bonds are dissolved, and then
can gently pull off each extension.
New arrival: Great Lengths has also created the ultra-sonic method, which enables stylists to attach five 100-strand locks at once, which shortens the total process time in half.
Some common questions on cold fusion hair extensions:
Q. How is “Cold Fusion” by Great Lengths different ?
A. “Cold Fusion” method does not use any glue, bond, sewing, braiding, or Polymers to attach to
your existing hair. This technology is unique
Q. How does it attach to your strands?
A. It uses ultra sonic wave technology and all natural protein called Keratin to attach itself. Besides,
Fusion uses no heat and has a seamless point of attachment.
Q. Will this damage my hair?
A. Not at all. Cold fusion has a unique molecular structure that will not compromise the integrity of
your existing hair.