Tape-In Hair Extensions: Tape hair extensions are exactly what they sound like! The extensions are pre-taped and then taped/glued together on either side of your own hair. Tape-ins’ are considered semi-permanent. Typically, they last 4-8 weeks before you need to remove and re-apply them 

Sew-In Hair Extensions/Weaves: Weave hair is applied by braiding the natural hair into a corn row first, and then the extensions are attached using a needle and thread, and threaded into the braid/corn row. Recommended time is 6-8 weeks, especially if you are trying to grow your own hair. The maximum amount of time you should have a weave in your hair is 4 months 

Fusion & Pre-Bonded Hair Extensions: Fusion hair extensions (also known as bonding or pre-ponded) are bonded to natural hair using different adhesives such as glue. Applying pre-bonded hair extensions take approximately 3-4 hours. They are considered semi-permanent as they stay in your hair for up to 4 months. 

Micro-Link Hair Extensions: Micro link hair extensions are also known as micro bead or micro- loop hair extensions too, so not to worry if you hear these different names. These hair extensions are applied by looping the extensions through the natural hair. Same as Fusion extensions, considered semi-permanent and they generally last up to 4 months as well.

Clip-in Hair Extensions: Clip-in wefts, also known as clip-in hair extensions, come in a strand of contoured pieces, some long, and some can be cut shorter, with clips that are sewn into the strand. The clips are sewn-into the hair before receiving them, making it ready to use, and easy to simply “clip” the pieces to your natural hair, all on your own! With proper care and regular wear, clip-ins last anywhere from 6 months to one year and sometimes even longer.