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#1 lmdavis

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    Posted 22 February 2012 - 11:34 AM

    Have any of yall done this? My hair is so fine and thin, I'm considering. It grows fast, but once it gets to about two inches below my shoulders it just looks so bad....



    #2 Tatiana

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      Posted 27 February 2012 - 03:15 PM

      yes, an it's not a really good idea



      #3 Tracy Taylor

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        Posted 05 March 2012 - 01:33 AM

        I just bought mine the other day. I purchaised real hair extensions that come on clips. The nice thing about these is you can put them in according to how you plan to wear your hair the day of your wedding. I do suggest once you have purchased them to go to a hair dresser so he can blend them to your natural hair. If you have any more questions ask away!!

        #4 stella331

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          Posted 05 March 2012 - 05:33 AM

          I also have the real hair clip in extentions.  I love them!  They keep a hairstyle way better then just my hair does alone.  A great option when you want to look extra special.  I have also had the hair extentions that get fused to your real hair.  I loved them when they were in but my hair really paid the price when they were taken out.  Lots of damage and took a year for it to get it's fullness back:(  Just make sure you get real hair extentions if you get the clip ins.  The fake hair can't be styled with any heated tools like curling iron, straightner, etc.


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          #5 beachbride0519

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            Posted 24 March 2012 - 03:38 AM

            Where do you get real hair clip in extensions? I need them but am so clueless with this stuff! Lol and are they expensive?

            I also have the real hair clip in extentions.  I love them!  They keep a hairstyle way better then just my hair does alone.  A great option when you want to look extra special.  I have also had the hair extentions that get fused to your real hair.  I loved them when they were in but my hair really paid the price when they were taken out.  Lots of damage and took a year for it to get it's fullness back:(  Just make sure you get real hair extentions if you get the clip ins.  The fake hair can't be styled with any heated tools like curling iron, straightner, etc.


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            #6 queenoftheu

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              Posted 30 March 2012 - 07:42 AM

              I got mine at Sally Beauty Supply... I've had a set for 5 years now, and I just love them! I got the ones at Sally for about $100.



              #7 MissBubbles205

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                Posted 04 June 2012 - 09:11 AM

                I too love my extensions!.. I have very thin hair and I feel much more confident when I have them in. I was able to get some in my exact color without having to die them.. Mine are also real and the clip-in kind. Once I find the site I purchased mine from I will share it here. :o)



                #8 Kel123073

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                  Posted 08 June 2012 - 06:11 AM

                  I actually have hair extensions done about every six weeks. I haved had several types that stay in from 6 weeks to 6 months. The double sided tape, braided in, and right now micro clips. I also have a set on clips for temporary. I have two tracks and she charges me only $35 a track to put them in. I also only need partial highlights since it mixes in with my own hair so it doesn't cost a crazy amount of money. When I first got them years ago they cost me a fortune, but I was able to find a hairdresser that is so reasonable. Definitely go with the real hair! Also Sally beauty does have good quality hair but if you go to a beauty supply store that caters to African American/Hispanic customers the pricing is generally better. They usually have a great color selection and they will definitely sit you down and match your hair the closest in color for you. It can be a little intimidating at first to go in to buy hair and pick the right color so I was glad for the assistance... Lol Kelly

                  #9 2bmrstremblay

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                    Posted 04 July 2012 - 12:17 PM

                    Hmm interesting. My sister uses hair extensions all the time (the clip in ones) but I don't think they are real hair because she cant really style them. Do you guys ever find that anyone ever spots the clips at all?



                    #10 Kel123073

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                      Posted 06 July 2012 - 05:24 PM

                      They sell real hair clip ins ..,.. You can style! Also the trick is teasing the area you are putting the extension on as well as teasing the hair that is right above it... Then gently comb out.. There are probably videos on YouTube! Also ask your hairdresser.... They can show. You how to put them in and style!,,




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