Do you desire thicker and fuller locks? I tip extensions is a great way of achieving this. They can be used in many ways. You can use the weft technique, or individual strands. Many people even make their own I Tips so they work better for them.

What are Tip Extensions?

I-tip extension may be the best option for you if you are looking for a permanent solution to your hair extensions needs. I-tip extensions can be applied by attaching small sections to your natural hair using a hot glue gun, or keratin bond. This is a less damaging method than other types of extensions. It can last up 4 months if properly cared for.

I tip extensions come in a range of textures and colors to match your natural hair. You can curl them, straighten them and dye them. However, it's best that you consult a professional before coloring your hair. There are many styling options for I-tip extensions, including braids and undoes.

To ensure that I tip extensions are properly installed and the right texture and color are selected to match your hair, you should consult a professional stylist. I tips are permanent extensions that need regular maintenance to stay looking great. Follow your stylist's instructions for aftercare to prevent damage to your natural hair or extensions.

Types I Tip Extensions

Because of the many benefits they provide, I Tip Extensions are very popular among women. I-tip extensions are made with real human hair. They look and feel natural. They can be styled however you like and are easy to maintain.

There are two main types I-tip extensions: Fusion and prettied. Pre-tipped I -tip extensions have the adhesive already attached. These extensions are easy to apply and quick. The Fusion I-tip extension requires a hot glue gun in order to attach the adhesive on the hair strand. This is a slower method, but provides a stronger hold. No matter which I Tip extension type you choose, they will give you a natural look.

How to Apply Tip Extensions

I tip extensions will give you more volume and length. You should be aware of the basics of applying I-tip extensions before you visit the salon.

I tip extensions can be applied with a small metal tool that is placed on your natural hair. Once the bead has been secured to your natural hair, a strand is fed through it. Continue this process until all the beads are used.

I tip extensions are quick and easy to apply. You must ensure that the beads don't damage your hair.

Here are some tips on how to use I tip extensions.

  • Make sure you have dry, clean hair and that it has been cut into the desired style. Extensions won't stick well if your hair has oily or sweaty hair.
  • To section small areas of hair, use a tail comb. Take out the rest of your hair.
  • You can open an extension bead by gently pressing it between your thumbs, forefinger and index finger until it fits over a strand your natural hair.
  • Place a small section through the bead. Then, pull the hair down and place it over your natural hair.

How to Maintain I Tip Extensions

You're either considering I tip extensions or you already have them! The extensions are an excellent way to increase length and/or quantity to your hair. Like all great things, they need to be maintained. We'll show you how to maintain your I tip extensions from styling to washing.

  • I-tip Extension Washing: Be gentle when washing your hair. Use gentle shampoos and conditioners to avoid hair damage. Opt for products that do not contain sulfates and are suitable for color-treated hair. A wide-tooth comb is recommended to help detangle hair before you wash it. This will prevent any breakage.
  • Conditioning: Conditioning will keep your I-tip extension's hair healthy and hydrated. After shampooing, use a generous amount to condition the hair from root to tip. Rinse it off with warm water. You can get great results by using a leave-in conditioner at least once a week, in addition to your regular conditioning routine.
  • Styling I recommend I tip extensions. It is best to avoid using heat tools, as it can cause damage to the hair. You should use heat tools such as straighteners and curling irons, but make sure you use a heat protector spray before.

Alternatives for I Tip Extension

You have many options if I tip extensions are not for you. Here are some alternatives to extending your hair.

  • Tape in Extensions: Tape-in extensions are a popular choice to I tips. You attach the extensions by attaching small strips to your natural hair. Tape-in extensions can easily be used several times and offer a stronger hold than I tips.
  • Microlink Extensions: are another popular alternative to I tip extensions. These extensions are attached by attaching small metal rings on your natural hair and then attaching the extension strings to the rings. While Microlink extensions are stronger than I tips and can be easier to remove, they are less secure than I tips.
  • Extensions with Clip-In: Extensions with Clip-In Clips are temporary extensions that can be removed and reapplied when needed. You attach the clip-in extensions to your natural hair strands using small clips. While clip-in extensions can be a quick and simple way to lengthen your hair, they aren't as durable as Microlinks or tips.


I Tip hair extension are a great way for you to increase length and volume without having to use harsh chemicals or adhesives. As with all new things, there will be many questions. This section will address some of the most commonly asked questions about I tip extensions so that your confidence and knowledge about this popular hair extension method is enhanced.

How can I apply tip extensions?

I Tip hair extensions can be applied by using a small, clamped bead that is attached to your natural hair. Once the bead has been secured, a strand of extension hair can be fed through it. Continue this process until all the beads have been secured in place.
I Tip extensions have the advantage of being able to be reapplied whenever you wish. This allows you to always look great. They don't damage your hair and are gentle on natural hair.

How long can I leave tip extensions on?

I tip extensions will last from 4-8 weeks depending upon how well they are taken care of. You can prolong the lifespan of your extensions by avoiding harsh chemicals and heat styling tools. Avoid tangles by gently brushing your hair every day.

I-tip Extensions can still be used if they are well maintained. Gently brush the extensions and style after each use. Once you are ready to remove them, gently use a brush to loosen the glue and then slide them off with a comb. You can store them in a safe location until you wear them again.

I-tip extensions can be made from human hair. This makes them feel very natural and comfortable. You won't feel any discomfort as the tips attach to your hair using small silicone beads. The tips may cause some tension to your scalp at first, but this should subside after a few days.

How much do Tip Extensions cost?

I tip extensions can be a great way for you to add volume and length to your hair without having to use any glues or harsh chemicals. Prices for I tip Extensions will vary depending on the quality and length of your hair. I Tip Extensions cost between $200 and $2000.

Think about the service received when you decide how much to tip your extension stylist. A 15-20% tip would be appropriate if the stylist did everything possible to achieve your desired look. A standard tip of 10-15% is appropriate if you were satisfied with your experience. If you feel that your extension application was not perfect, a tip of 5-10% would be acceptable.

What should I do to care for my I tip extensions?

I-tip Extensions are made from human hair and can be styled like your natural hair. Your I tip extensions are just as easy to style as your own hair. Before styling your hair with hot styling tools, make sure you spray it with heat protectant.

Begin by brushing your I Tip Extensions. This will remove any tangles. You can then wash your I Tip Extensions in the sink, or in the shower. Next, you need to apply a mild shampoo. Massage the shampoo into the hair extensions. Rinse well. The conditioner should be applied to color-treated hair. Let it sit for a while before you rinse it off. After towel drying, use a wide-toothed comb to brush through the extensions.

Your extensions should be allowed to air dry wherever possible. However, if you do have to blow dry them, keep the dryer about six inches from your hair. You should avoid styling extensions with alcohol products as they can dry out and become brittle.


You probably have questions about I tip extensions. This article answers the most commonly asked questions about I Tip extensions. These include how to apply them, and what type of maintenance is required. I-tip hair extensions are an excellent choice for people who want natural-looking and long-lasting hair extensions. For more information about I-tip extensions or if you have questions, please reach out to a certified stylist.