• Increase the volume of hair, while maintaining its length;
  • Increase the length without changing the volume;
  • Boost all together.

In the first case, the boosting of hair volume with full preservation of length and type of haircut can be partial or complete. In the first case, donor strands are attached locally. This is done to compensate for the visual lack of volume and to put focus on some certain elements of the haircut. In the case of full extension, artificial strands are distributed evenly on the temporal and lower head zones, but for some hairstyles, masters anchor locks on the upper occipital part of the head.

In the first case, the boosting of hair volume with full preservation of length and type of haircut can be partial or complete. In the first case, donor strands are attached locally. This is done to compensate for the visual lack of volume and to put focus on some certain elements of the haircut. In the case of full extension, artificial strands are distributed evenly on the temporal and lower head zones, but for some hairstyles, masters anchor locks on the upper occipital part of the head.

When increasing the length and maintaining the volume, it is important to find the balance between the number of artificial and natural curls in order to make the entire hairstyle longer, while evenly distributing the volume. The length of the locks can vary from 30 to 70 centimetres.

In the third case, the master combines both methods and adds more thickness and length, which is achieved through the use of strands of various lengths, which are carefully combined.