Gather single ended dreadlocks, a needle, thread and scissors. Cut the single ender off the weft and overlap the ends of your natural hair with the extension. Leaving a loop of thread, push the needle through the extensi... More »

Part the hair in sections and make parts wet at the back. Apply copious amounts of gel on the section which will first receive the first dreadlock and place it in one hand, making a 'T' configuration and wrap the section... More »

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Beauty technicians apply permanent eyelash extensions by adding one synthetic lash extension to each individual eyelash. They use a medical-grade glue to ensure that the synthetic lashes firmly adhere to existing lashes. More »

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Temporary dreadlocks, or dreadlocks hair extensions, can be purchased online on Etsy.com, Urban-halo.com, Dreadart.com or Doctoredlocks.com, as of December 2015. These websites offer extensions made from both real human ... More »

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In general, making homemade slippers requires basic materials such as fabric, a sewing needle, thread and scissors. Additional helpful tools include a measuring tape, sewing pencil and patterned vinyl fabric for non-slip... More »

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With proper care, sew-in and glue-in extensions can last for up to 3 months, whereas micro ring hair extensions can last from 6 to 9 months. The period varies according to the type of extensions and the level of maintena... More »

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To wash hair extensions, comb the extensions to remove tangles, and wash the extensions with shampoo. Rinse the extensions, blot out the excess water, apply conditioner, and then air dry the extensions. You need a comb, ... More »

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