How To Install Clip-In Extensions

So extenctions are the craze and are very popular these days, there are lots of different methods of extenctions e.g. Clip-in, weave, glue, and micro rings.

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If you don’t wear extenctions 24/7 and want a quick long hair solution then I would definitely go with clip-ins you can get the clips for £1-£1.50 depending how many you want and can get  them from any hair extenction shop. And you simply get a needle and a foot length of tread, put it through the needle head and tie the ends together  try making the knot a big one so it doesn’t go through the whole on the clip. Then hold the clip onto the fabric at the top.of the extenction and start sewing it together, repeat on all.

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I’m going to be doing clip-in extenctions, I prefer this method because it’s easy to install and take out and doesn’t damage your hair. So first start from the bottom of your hair and make a section clipping the rest of the hair up.

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Get your first extenction making sure.it’s the same size as the section you don’t want it too big or too small. Grab the clips and push the into the hair above the line you made and then pop the clip closed by pushing it toward your head. (excuse the off hair colours don’t wear them much anymore).

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Then let down another and bigger section just above your ears making sure the next extenction is the same size as your section and repeat as before.

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Then just let the rest of your hair down and start styling. Simple as that. And if you feel like going a little wild add some colourful extentions to. I buy blonde hair extensions and die them myself, heres some examples.

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