This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Carrie Thayer 5 years, 4 months ago.

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    Hi! There is great buzz about cold fusion hair extensions and I would like to know more about it.

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    Audrey wood

    Well, the big difference from the traditional bonding technique that uses a heat tool is that the cold fusion does not use heat in any way. It is much more preferred because it is said to cause zero damage.

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    Carrie Thayer

    Cold Fusion Technology (CFT) was originally designed to minimize long term damage during hair extension installations which are usually tied to the bonding (glue) process and the heating process.

    Different hair extension manufacturers utilize different techniques for cold fusion hair extensions. Depending upon the manufacturer, cold fusion hair extension installations usually involve some sort of ultrasonic pulse methodology which is painless, but designed to provide a much more gentle application.

    Cold fusion hair extension pieces tend to have flatter bond which will nestle into the scalp more seamlessly than other types of fusion.

    Cold fusion initially was very popular with people who had very fine or thin hair who wanted a more natural look without the appearance of the rolled look of non-cold fusion extensions.

    Besides people with thin or very fine hair, cold fusion extensions can work very well on some types of Afro-Caribbean hair.

    Most hair extension experts believe that cold fusion is less damaging then hot fusion. This may or may not be true depending upon a variety of factors. However, when applied by an expert hair extensionist with 100% human hair of the finest quality, cold fusion installations can look really great.

    Cold fusion is not for everyone, but then not all types of hair extensions work well for all types of hair. It’s another viable option for people who might not do well with traditional fusion.

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