How to Take Tape Hair Extension Out
First, you need to pull your hair together with a large clip or hair band. Then use your index finger or the thin end of a salon comb to pull out an even row of hair at the bottom of your head. If you encounter any tangles, pull out a little more hair from your ponytail so you can work on the larger section altogether.
Crimp the bonds with pliers to loosen and break them. Use your fingertips and rub any combination of olive, coconut, baby, or almond oil into the cracks of the bonds you created with the pliers. Let the oil seep in and sit for 10-15 minutes. The oil will break down the keratin and allow you to pull or gently comb the hair extensions out.
To help speed up the chemical process of applying oil to the bonds, blow dry your hair extension on a low setting. Anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes will be helpful as heat makes bonds more malleable and easy to slip off and pull your natural hair away from the bond.
Comb your hair with a wide-toothed comb gently and then a fine-toothed comb. Take a shower and use a clarifying shampoo and deep conditioner to help restore your hair, roots, and scalp. Clarifying shampoos will help remove the excess olive oil as well as remaining glue from the weave while the conditioner replenishes any nutrients a harsh alcohol or chemical may have stripped away.