Hair bonding, also known as bonded hair extensions or fusion extensions, is a method of attaching hair extensions to natural hair using a special adhesive. Here’s an overview of the hair bonding process:

  1. Preparation: The natural hair and the hair extensions are prepared for bonding. This may involve washing and drying the hair thoroughly to ensure a clean surface for the bonding process.

  2. Sectioning: The natural hair is sectioned into small parts, and the hair extensions are also sectioned accordingly to match the natural hair sections.

  3. Application of Adhesive: A heat-activated adhesive is applied to the bonding area of the hair extension. The extension is then carefully placed onto the natural hair section, with the adhesive sandwiched between them.

  4. Heat Application: Heat is applied to the bonded area using a fusion heat wand or another heating tool. This heat activates the adhesive, causing it to bond the extension to the natural hair securely.

  5. Cooling and Securing: After the adhesive has bonded the extension to the natural hair, it is allowed to cool and set. This ensures a strong and durable bond.

  6. Trimming and Styling: Once the bonding process is complete and the extensions are securely attached, the hair can be trimmed and styled according to the desired look.

Hair bonding can provide a natural-looking result and can be a long-lasting hair extension method if properly applied and cared for. However, it’s essential to have the bonding done by a trained and experienced hairstylist to ensure the best outcome and minimize the risk of damage to the natural hair.

It’s worth noting that while hair bonding can be an effective method for hair extensions, it does require maintenance and periodic touch-ups to maintain the integrity of the bond and ensure the extensions stay in place.

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