Every connection method imaginable has been explored, including but not limited to sew-ins, clip-ins, tape-ins, glue-ins, and clips. 

We have never discussed going to a salon for a professional installation of extensions, despite our mutual enjoyment of how extensions enhance our appearance and sense of self-worth. 

And the actual expenses involved in doing so.

Several women in my social circle insist on performing their hair extensions, wigs, hair colouring, and other hair-related procedures at home. 

On the other hand, I also know many women who insist on visiting the salon if they want their hair to look its finest. 

Now that you've mentioned it, one of the issues I have is how much they spend on those services.




Which of these responses is the most suitable? It depends on the type, quality, and quantity of your receiving. 

The pricing will vary based on the salon you visit and the hair stylist you hire.

Depending on a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to the following: the location of the salon, the degree of experience and demand of the stylists, and the method of application, the total price may increase anywhere from $150 to $2,500.

Quality Remy Human Hair extensions can cost anywhere from $250 to $500 for a partial head and $1,000 to $2,500 for a full head, although low-quality extensions can cost as little as $150–$300 for a partial head. 

This is in contrast to the $150–$300 price range for extensions of inferior quality. The following is a breakdown of the average cost of salon extensions nationwide.

The price of sew-ins is between $130 and $200 per piece. You should anticipate paying between $300 and $500 for glue-ins.

The installation of tape will cost more than $200. Depending on its condition, a single clip could range from $100 to $500.

Bonds cost anywhere between $1,500 and $3,000 per unit. Nowadays, the price of a microbead is $200.

Fusion could cost anything from two hundred dollars and one thousand dollars. Before you go crazy trying to estimate the cost of anything, you should consider how much it would cost to do it yourself at home and how much it would cost to hire someone else.

Spending the same amount of money is possible if you complete the application process from home. 

This may be the result of a combination of the following factors:


  • If you destroy an extension while attempting to install it improperly.
  • The cost associated with root touch-ups and hair lengthening.
  • Products that may aid in the upkeep of your extensions.
  • Having the necessary hardware on hand will help you be prepared if you need to attach and remove your extensions.
  • You are ultimately responsible for weighing the pros and cons of the scenario. 
  • Clip-in extensions are less damaging to your hair, last longer, and are simpler to apply. 
  • Because of these advantages, we recommend clip-in extensions if you are confident applying for extensions at home and know that you are doing so correctly.


Tape-on hair extensions made from Remy's hair.

Adding a new or more permanent set of extensions is an investment; therefore, it is best to budget for the additional expense to guarantee that it is done well and won't cause discomfort.