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#11 foxytv

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    Posted 10 August 2007 - 04:48 PM

    Check out Easilites. they come in totally funky colors. Your hairstylist can match them too. Just Google "Easilites" b/c there are tons of great prices for them on different sites.

    Easilites Clip In Hair Extensions

    #12 lavender

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      Posted 16 August 2007 - 02:10 PM

      Make sure the extensions are made from real hair. Otherwise, the hair will feel really coarse and I find that they tangle easily (it becomes a real pain in the butt!). You can find Rema hair as well, they're made from virgin hair. Costs an arm and a leg but totally worth it in my opinion!

      #13 RaydensMama

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        Posted 16 August 2007 - 08:20 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by lavender
        Make sure the extensions are made from real hair. Otherwise, the hair will feel really coarse and I find that they tangle easily (it becomes a real pain in the butt!). You can find Rema hair as well, they're made from virgin hair. Costs an arm and a leg but totally worth it in my opinion!
        Thanks for the advice!!

        #14 lavender

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          Posted 22 August 2007 - 04:19 PM

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          Originally Posted by RaydensMama
          Thanks for the advice!!
          No problem :) One other thing: try to buy extensions that are 'double wefts'. This means that you get an additional 'row' of hair in each section and therefore, double the amount of hair. I've seen the Jessica Simpson ones (which are fake hair btw) and I prefer real/human hair. When you wear it, you will notice a big difference. Think of the hair on a Barbie doll, looks great but feel coarse and weird when it tangles.

          Good quality hair extensions will run in one direction. That is, the hair is sewn together in the direction of growth. If you stroke your own hair, there is a huge difference between stroking it from top to bottom over bottom to top.

          :)




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