Clip-in hair extensions are by far the Easements hair to fix. They can be easily worn, and it is never a problem to get them off too.
Below are all the steps involved in installing clip-in hair extensions.
Before starting the fixing process, you have to prepare for it. First, you will need to brush up your hair, to remove any knots or tangles. If you like, you can curl your hair, to blend it well with the extensions, though not necessary.
First, make sure your scalp and hair are clean before securing the clip-ins. Oily hair may prevent or make it hard to secure the clips. To speed up this process, you can style the extensions beforehand.
Put your hair into sections, form one ear to the other. You can use either your fingers or comb. The lines do not have to be straight, so do not worry about being so precise. If you have thin hair, you can tease it to have the clip’s texture grip on well.
The rest of your hair should then be held up by the use of a large hair clip. This is to give you space to clip-in the sectioned hair and to identify the hair that has already been clipped from the other.
Comb the selected hair towards the back, using a backcombing brush. This will help you create the part in which you shall then attach the clip in to. Be patient. Until the combed hair lays well, then shall you clip in the hair. To provide a grip, you shall then spray that part using a hairspray.
Pick up your set of clip in and unsnap the grips in preparation to clip into your hair. Now open the three-clip and position them on your head. Be keen to start in the center of your head, and above the first section of the hair. While fixing them, it is recommended that you feel the clips using your fingers, to make sure that they are fully clipped through the hair, for more secured hair.
You will have to release the hair clip and create the second section of the same thickness as the first. Every hair you section should be a centimeter apart, but with same shape and thickness and size. As you had done earlier, place another three-clip weft and position them, opening them and pressing them down your hair to secure.
In this step, you will section your hair into two sections, and then repeat the previous processes, but this time around, you will attach four clip weft. Lastly, you will section the last piece of hair and place a two-clip on it.
Finally, put one mirror behind you and the other in front, to have a look at every part of your head, and ensure that there are no bumps. Did you say they are not there? Well, ensure all the clips are hidden, comb the hair using your fingers, and then add some hair spray. What are you still waiting? Stand up, walk out and rock.
Other Clip-In Tips That You Should Know Before Installing Them
For you to style your clip-in extension comfortably, make sure that you fit only a few pieces of them. About one weft of a hundred gram will be quick to fix, and excellent for a daily routine. However, during the weekend, when you have a lot of time, you can add some more hair to it.
Again, there is some clip in pieces that tend to be seamless at the bottom. You can use them as they are so easy to fit, and style, especially if you are a first timer.
You can always try fitting in the weft high on your head, to see if it blends well with your real hair.
The steps above are everything you need to get your clip-in hair extensions installed. We hope they help you. And in case you are wondering where to get the extensions, Knock Out Virgin Hair, #KOVHBabe, are your reliable and honest hair suppliers, who will offer you original hair and on time.