More and more people are now beginning to use hair extensions. It can change the length and volume of your hair. It can change your hair’s color or texture. It can preserve and protect your hair. However, some people may still wear full head weaves. What should you do if don’t want a long term commitment? What should you do if your scalp is too sensitive to remain braided? If so, try clip in hair extensions which can add length, color, or volume to your tresses without damaging your hair.
How to Install Clip in Hair Extensions
- Part your hair horizontally via your fingers, starting near the base of your neck.
- Open the clip on one of the shorter clip weave pieces.
- Push the combs into your hair at the roots, near the base of your scalp.
- Tease your natural hair a bit for a more secure hold if you have fine or thin hair.
- Push the click closed once the combs are pushed securely into your natural hair.
- Part another section of your hair about one inch above that piece of clip weave.
- Comb the hair overtop to blend.
- Select another piece, and make sure it is not wider than the area on which you are working.
- Repeat the parting and clipping process.
- To create a flawless full look, some heads may require all ten pieces and others may only need a few wefts added in the back.
- To create a bang in the front of your head, you can use the clip weave pieces.
- After installing clip in hair extensions, you can comb all of your hair straight down to rock a long sleek style, and add waves or spirals with a curling wand. Or, you can take some of the length off to create an edgy cut. The possibilities are virtually endless. Open the clips and gently remove the combs at night.