Micro Rings and Micro Bonds are both permanent methods, but what’s the difference?
Whether you’re new to extensions or looking to switch up the method you use, it’s good to know what’s available to you. One of the main questions we get asked in the salon is what’s the difference between Micro Ring hair extensions and Micro Bond hair extensions. They are both permanent methods, the main difference is that Micro Rings can be re-used, and Micro Bonds require new hair each fitting. At Vixen & Blush all our methods are made using the finest hair from The London Hair Lab!
Micro Rings are a very popular permanent method they are re-usable and very safe. The fitting and removal process are super simple and comfortable. No glue is used to fit the hair extensions and we manufacture our own Micro Rings to fit our handmade strands of hair.
If you’re ready to achieve your hair goals we would advise booking in for a free consultation, that way you can talk to one of our specialist stylists about what you want to achieve, and they can advise you on the best method! We offer both in-salon and Face-Time consultations, to book you can e-mail email@example.com or call 0207 3231793
At Vixen & Blush we offer 4 different methods, as well as the Micro Rings and Micro Bonds we offer Tapes and Clip Ins. All our methods are made using the finest quality hair from The London Hair Lab.
The Salon is located at: 6 RATHBONE SQ, LONDON W1T 1EB
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