| Originally Posted by verrow23 |
Iâ€™m planning to get hair extensions for the wedding and I wanted to get everyoneâ€™s experience. Iâ€™ve heard they can be expensive, how much have you guys paid? Thanks in advance!
Posted 04 June 2008 - 02:06 AM
Posted 08 June 2008 - 10:10 AM
Its really easy. They are like hair clips ... the black ones that snap except these are like combs that snap near your roots. Maybe about a quater inch at the furtherest. They stay pretty much in and it can be tricky to make sure they are blended. Again... wear them a few times before you wear them on your wedding day! Here is where I got mine. they come in all hair textures and if you arent sure what your hair texture is like - send the owner a sample of your own hair and she will match it!
ME WITH THE CLIP INS
Sorry for the big ass pictures!
Posted 08 June 2008 - 10:37 AM
Posted 08 June 2008 - 04:07 PM
Posted 08 June 2008 - 04:21 PM
there is another huge thread out there about extensions...try doing a search for more info...
Posted 08 June 2008 - 06:47 PM
Posted 10 June 2008 - 12:32 PM
To put them in, you pull your hair up in a clip, and comb some down creating a straight part all around the head. then you clip the extension in along the part with the 3 clips on it. they are flat metal clips/combs that lock the extension in place. the clips/combs are covered by the hair so it blends right in. These work well if you have layered hair. They hurt a little when I first put them in just because I wasn't used to them but the good news is you can wear them comfortably for a day or two, take them out at night when you're sleeping. Wear them when you want longer hair and skip em when you want to rock your shorter hair. I'm a big fan. Plus they look great! No one would be able to tell I had extensions in. BUT you can see the bumps if you pull your hair up so they're really best for down or half-up hair. Hope this helps! I can't remeber what brand mine are but I think they're made by Farrah Faucett or something? I dunno. I've definately gotten my $200 worth out of them!
Posted 17 June 2008 - 02:19 PM
Having said all of that, I did love the way they looked when I styled them properly. I got mine done in London Ontario and it was about $600. I've considered getting them again but I think I would look into the clip-on ones instead...having extensions for 4-6 months straight is a big commitment and a lot of work!
Posted 26 June 2008 - 11:50 PM
| Originally Posted by melwru |
Has anyone used the Jessica Simpson extensions? I've been looking on-line and doing some research on them but I CANNOT understand how those clip in! They come in 1 piece and are attached to some weird "scalp" looking thing. I read the instructions but they went WAY over my head! If anyone has used them, were they easy to learn to put in and look natural? My natural hair is fine, thin and blonde.
She is getting me them on Monday so I will let you know asap when I get them. She said they are AWESOME and work really good. She said that they clip in good and do not slide or come out and that it looks natural. I was actually surprised to hear that. She would be honest about it.
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