Using hair extensions can give the appearance of longer hair, but they do not actually help hair grow. Hair extensions are typically made of synthetic or natural hair and are attached to a person’s existing hair using various methods such as braiding, gluing, or clipping. The weight of the extensions can put stress on the natural hair and scalp, potentially causing damage or breakage. It’s important to choose high-quality extensions, have them applied and maintained by a professional, and take care of both the natural hair and extensions to minimize damage. Regular trims and treatments can help keep natural hair healthy, but using extensions will not directly stimulate growth.
While extension methods can be useful in certain situations, it’s true that they can also cause confusion and headaches when used improperly. It’s important to understand the limitations and best practices for using extension methods in order to avoid any issues.