The price for hair extensions depend on several factors. In most cases, the hair's quality and amount is the biggest determinant.
The most expensive option is called Remy hair. This is very carefully collected human hair with all the cuticles in the same direction. It is never chemically treated, except only to colour the hair using the slowest lightening process so that the quality remains intact.
Cheaper hair choices are chemically treated and stripped of the cuticles, before it is coated with silicone resulting in poor quality hair. Once these extensions have been washed a few times the silicone coating will wear down, which leaves dry, matted hair which will look and feel synthetic.
At the Elite Hair Replacement Clinic we only use the finest luxury Remy hair where all the cuticles are intact.
Our hair extension specialist will advise you on what hair will be best suited to your natural texture and density, allowing the extensions to beautifully blend into your own hair.
Another important factor which influences price is the technique used for attachment. The more time consuming the process the more it will cost. Attaching a weft or tape-ins will take much less time than adding hair extensions strand by strand, therefore it will be less expensive.