Know More About Clip Ins
WHAT ARE CLIP IN HAIR EXTENSIONS?
Clip-in hair extensions are the good choice for adding length, volume and color to your own hair! They can transform your look by giving you longer, fuller hair in a matter of minutes. ... They attach using pressure sensitive clips so they don't cause damage to your hair.
WHY DO I CHOOSE CLIP INS
1.Easy to apply
2.Freedom to put them on and remove them whenever you want
3.You can buy them in multiple colors and styles to change up your look on a regular basis
HOW DO I CLEAN CLIP INS?
Because clip in hair extensions aren't attached to the scalp they don't get oily like your own locks, so it's rare that you'll have to wash them. That being said, if they're in need of a freshen up it's easy enough to clean them... After removing your clip-ins, brush them through and use a mild shampoo formulated for coloured hair. Using warm water, be gentle and rinse thoroughly, then hang to air dry.
HOW DO I CARE MY HAIR EXTENSIONS?
Detangle your hair before washing it, and before going to bed.
Wash your hair every other day using a gentle shampoo.
Take care where you apply the conditioner.
Dry your hair all the way to the roots.
HOW DO I APPLY CLIP INS?
- Starting at the lower back section of your head, use a tail comb or index finger to divide (horizontally part) your hair, at the lower back of the head i.e. just below one ear to the second ear.
- Attached from the bottom up. Starting at the lowest point on the hairline, and using a tail comb or your index fingers, create a part where you wish to section off the hair.
- Clip your remaining hair, firmly on the top of your head, to keep it out of the way as you fit the wefts.
- Take the first weft from your pack of Clip in Hair Extensions. The first weft should be long enough, so that the weft is wide enough to sit along the back of your hairline. Then open all the clips so they are ready to be inserted into your hair.
- Next take one of the wider hair wefts and insert the opened centre clip just below the parting. Insert the snap clip on your hair not on the raw scalp. Snap the clip shut, so it grips your hair. Repeat with the remaining clips.
- Release the hair you held out of the way and create a new parting. To do this, comb down a layer of hair, with about half an inch or so between each weft layer. Each time secure the extra hair, on top of your head.
- Run your fingers along the weft to make sure it lies flat against your head along the entire width. If there are any gaps, correct this by snapping the clip open, lifting it off hair and repositioning it so that the weft lies flat.