Have you ever wanted to try clip-in hair extensions but thought your hair might be too short? Well, it might be. Or, it might not be! Making your finished hairstyle look as natural as possible is of the utmost importance. If you have at least 4 to 6 inches then you should read on, because you have a good amount of hair to blend into the extensions. If you have much longer hair, then these tips will work for you too!
Prepare Your Natural Hair
- A back-combing comb
- A few clips to hold hair in sections
- Flexible hold hairspray
- Hair extensions with clips in varying sizes
The hair extensions to have varying widths where the clips are sewn in. The length of the top part of the extension should increase as you move up your head. Above the ears, the widest extension should be able to reach all the way across your head, from top of ear to top of ear. Eight pieces are adequate for thin hair, less for thicker hair.
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