Some professionals and consumers do prefer other methods to the fusion style for a number of reasons which can range from ease of application to potential damage to the natural hair.
I have also spent a lot of time talking with celebrity hairdresser Barbara Lhotan who has worked for hair extensions for many years and took some of the very initial Great Lengths hair extension training.
Although the minority of first time hair extension wearers may find the glue to feel stiff, compared to other methods of hair extension attachment, fusion hair wearers generally feel the glue is unnoticeable after the first day or so after the installation.A lot of factors come into play regarding the final cost of all types of extensions.While it's true many hair consumers and professionals prefer fusion style extensions to other methods, this is not 100% true across the board.But just one day before his second solo disc, “The Renaissance,” hits retail -– and at a moment when hip-hop artists such as Kanye West and Pharrell Williams have largely transcended their rap roots to become tastemakers and early influencers across the cultural spectrum -– it’s informative to look back at the trail Q-Tip blazed outside making some of the most head-nodding, forward-thinking music of rap’s “golden age.” It’s hard to imagine a time when Hollywood and hip-hop were like chalk and cheese. During a conversation at director Ridley Scott’s production company office complex in August, he reminisced about catching A Tribe Called Quest at the 1993 Lollapalooza and talked up his buddy’s music. "It's amazing." Q-Tip had been staying with the “Titanic” star in Los Angeles that week, he but refused to play “The Renaissance” for Di Caprio, insisting “it wasn’t finished yet.” Like everybody else, the actor had to wait. But in the mid-'90s, Q-Tip was one of the first rap stars to bro down with actor friends and regularly hobknob with movie stars. “I’ve been saying to him for seven years, ‘When are you going to put out the record?