| Originally Posted by stachr |
I've tried clip ins, but where my hair is so fine and thin, you can really notice when they are in!!
Posted 13 April 2009 - 01:30 PM
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| Originally Posted by Rhonda |
I'll be using extensions for my wedding. My hairdresser recommended the one's by Jessica Simpson. I love them and they blend so well with my hair and they're easy to take out! I don't know if they're real or synthetic...
Posted 13 April 2009 - 06:52 PM
Posted 13 April 2009 - 09:37 PM
Bonding can be safe for your hair, but you MUST have it removed correctly. Pulling it out or even use the removing solution incorrectly can lead to damage. You also need to be careful that when you attach it, it's attached at the base of the hair shaft, not the scalp. If you have a good remover and a fine toothed comb, you should be able to get them out without damage to your hair.
Clips ARE difficult for women with fine hair....the reason being they can leave noticeable lumps AND it will depend on the style you want. You only have a limited amount flexibility with clips. Just by the nature of what they are, they can be bulky..a lot like having hair sewn in.
So..I'd just say it makes a difference whose doing it for you, what kind of hair you have naturally and if you are going to want them out before you come home.
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Posted 17 April 2009 - 10:56 AM
| Originally Posted by Island Princess |
I would highly recommend getting some 100% Human Clip In extensions.
Heres a thread I started.
You can have long hair one day and your normal hair the next without damaging your hair in anyway
I am soo excited I just ordered these! They look fabulous on you!! are they hard to put in and take out?! or did you have someone do them for you!!?
Posted 23 April 2009 - 11:54 AM
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