How to apply Clip-in Hair Extension


Clip In Hair Extensions are perfect for those women looking for a quick do-it-yourself hair extensions method with no permanent bonding.Clip In Hair Extensions can be applied in less then 5 minutes in the comfort of your own home, without any help from a hair stylist.

 

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  1. Before applying your clip in extensions, practice opening and closing the clips by applying pressure to each side of the clip with your thumbs.

  2. Using your index fingers or a tail comb, make a clean horizontal part across your scalp about 1 inch from the nape of your neck. Secure your hair that is above the part using a claw clip or hair tie.

  3. Make sure all clips on the hair weft are in the open position.

  4. Always attach the middle clip first. Slide the comb on the clip onto your natural hair and snap shut. Check if the attachment is securely in place. Repeat with the clips on the left and right side of the weft.

  5. Make sure the weft lies flat along your scalp and feels secure.

  6. Release the clipped hair above the part and use a comb to make another horizontal part ? to 1 inch above the previously applied extension. Once again, clip your natural hair that is above the part out of the way.

  7. Attach another weft in the same manner as the first. Remember to always attach the middle clip first.

  8. Continue making horizontal parts and attaching the extensions as you move up the back of the head.

  9. Attach the smaller side pieces by making a horizontal part above the ear and attaching the clip in wefts in the same manner.

  10. Use a mirror to make sure no visible weft is showing. Done! You can now use a hair straightener or curling iron to style your hair extensions.

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