Aug 17, 2019

Best Hair Extensions for Thin Hair

Having thin hair can be a struggle. Some people just have naturally fine or thin hair, while others struggle with thinning hair or excessive hair loss. The latter two conditions can be a source of anxiety or embarrassment, but they can also be treated with the right products or medication. In the meantime, you can disguise your thin hair with the help of hair extensions. Here are some common questions about hair extensions for thin hair:

What Kind of Hair Should I Buy?
When it comes to hair extensions, it’s worth paying a little more for premium quality hair. It’s definitely an investment, but you don’t want to have obviously fake, cheap-looking hair. It has to look and feel natural, and move like your real hair would. It also has to be durable, so you can get plenty of use out of it before it falls apart. For the most bang for your buck, True Glory Hair is the way to go.

True Glory Hair extensions, wigs and hair bundles are all made from premium quality virgin hair. They have a beautiful bounce and shine, and are extremely well made and durable so they can withstand frequent styling and prolonged use. They come in a variety of lengths and styles, ranging from straight to wavy and curly. One of their most versatile products would have to be their Brazilian straight bundles, which you can shop  at

For a more high volume, full bodied style, you can go for the Brazilian body wave bundles which feature beautiful big waves that give the illusion of full, thick hair. They are also versatile and durable, and can be straightened or styled if you want. No one would ever guess that you have thin or thinning hair with these hair bundles.

Won’t Hair Extensions Further Damage My Hair?
If you have thinning or falling hair, it’s natural for you to worry that hair extensions might exacerbate your condition. The answer to this question is: it depends on how you have them installed. Generally, clip ins or tape ins cause the least damage to your natural hair, while glue will cause the most damage. It’s important to have your hair extensions put in by an experienced and knowledgeable hair styling to put the least strain on your natural hair.

If your hair is really brittle and fragile, hair extensions may not be your best option, and you may want to look into getting a wig instead.

Are Hair Extensions High Maintenance?
Again, it depends on the kind of hair extensions you get. If you choose clip ins, you should never sleep in them, as this can cause damage. But they are relatively easy to put on and take off, so they still don’t require a lot of effort to maintain.

Tape in extensions require more maintenance, but you don’t have to purchase new hair every time. The same hair extensions can be used and reapplied; it’s only the tape that needs to be replaced.

Hair extensions need to be handled with care when wet. Take care not to brush them too aggressively or they might fall apart. You can still use your favorite hairstyling and hair care products with them, but take care not to get oils near the roots where the bonds are, as this may cause the bonds to slip or disintegrate.

At the end of the day, there are plenty of options for thin hair, and which one you choose largely depends on your lifestyle and preferences. Talk to an experienced stylist to help you decide what kind of hair extensions would suit you best before taking the plunge.