CLIP IN METHOD

Clip In Hair Extensions

There are a multitude of benefits that come with clip-in hair extensions as opposed to other methods. Because we offer all three types – clip-in, strands, and weaves – we try our hardest to educate our clients on the benefits and main uses of all three. We always aim to provide honest, unbiased advice, and sometimes that may point us in the direction of looking into clip-ins for you.

Easy to Apply

Clip-in hair extensions are made with 100% human hair, and are incredibly easy to install. All you have to do is clip it underneath a layer of your hair, so that you hide the clip portion without making it inherently obvious that you’re wearing clip-ins. To do this to your entire head, it usually takes no more than an hour even for those who have overly thick hair already.

Easy to Remove

It’s actually easier to take out clip-ins than it is to put them in. All you have to do is pinch the clip on the hair extension the opposite way, unclipping it from your hair. From there, you just need to pull up and take out. It takes just a few minutes at the end of a long day to remove all of the beautiful hair that you had on for that day.

Cost-Efficient

It’s obviously going to cost money every time you go to get your hair extensions glued in. That’s not to mention the literal hours that you will be there, waiting in line and then waiting for the stylist to finish gluing or sewing the extensions into your head. To save time and money, clip-in hair extensions are definitely the way to go. This is especially true if you are the busy type who never seems to have time to get their hair done or spend too much time on it.

No Breakage

Instead of damaging your hair and getting thread or glue tangled up in your hair after you’ve had to remove the extensions (they don’t last forever, after all), clip-ins are an excellent alternative. Best of all, whenever you get the dreaded “itch” on your head from any type of hair extension you use, as you will, you don’t have to worry about any breakage in your hair from scratching like you would with glued-in or sewn-in hair. For a damage-free solution, either to give your hair a break or never put it through the alternatives, clip-in hair extensions are a great choice.

Temporary

Once you get your hair sewn or glued in, it’s in there until it’s time for it to come out. You’re going to be showering, running around, sleeping, and doing everything imaginable with that hair on your head. Clip-in hair extensions are a solution to this issue. When it’s time to do anything where you need as little hair as possible in the way, all you have to do is unclip your extensions and put them away.

Versatile

For a lot of fake hair that many people are using, they’re limited to what style they can use. With clip-in extensions, on the other hand, you can curl, straighten, or even crimp them without causing any harm. There are some women who even go so far as to dye their hair extensions, while being careful not to damage them too much, although it is recommended to just purchase the particular shade you want. While you can choose to do anything you want with your clip-ins, it’s still human hair, so whatever you do to it is going to damage the hair about as much as it would be damaged if it were naturally attached to your head from the start.

Clip-in hair extensions are an excellent way to get a feel of long hair before your hair is finished growing out. This style doesn’t damage your hair, it’s versatile, cost-efficient, and easy to use. You’ll learn in no time how to put in your clip-ins and remove them at the end of the day in just a matter of minutes.

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