Are you worried about damaging your hair with extensions? There is a smart way to get long, thick hair without damage with clip in hair extensions. They can also help you try new styles that don’t require hours of curling or straightening your natural hair.
The following article will highlight six different looks that clip in hair extensions. Here, they are as follows.
The half updo is a trendy style that can be achieved with or without hair extensions. If you have short hair, clip-in extensions can help you achieve a fuller look for your half updo.
Divide your hair in the center and pull it up into a low ponytail to create this style. Secure the ponytail with an elastic, and then add your clip-in extensions.
You should tease your hair at the crown to create volume and then pin the extensions into place. Finish with a light hairspray.
The French Twist
The French twist is a classic updo that can be achieved with or without hair extensions. The style can be tricky if your hair is short, but it will be much easier to achieve with clip-ins.
Start by adding your extensions and then creating a deep part on one side of your head. French braid the two pieces together using the extension as a guide for braiding around it.
You should secure it with an elastic at the end and tuck the end of the braid into the twist. Pin in place and finish with a light hairspray.
The Boho Waves
Adding clip in hair extensions to your hair when you are trying to style it into loose waves can help to add texture and volume. To achieve the Boho waves look, start by creating two French braids on each side of your head.
Keep them close together at the top of the head, but spread them out further away from each other as they go down. Secure with elastics and let your hair down.
Curl the ends of your hair with a curling wand, and then spritz with hairspray. Add in your extensions and finish with a light mist of hairspray.
The Top Knot
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The top knot is a trendy style for those who have short hair. It creates the appearance of having longer hair, where clip-in extensions come into play. Tease your hair at the crown to create volume and secure it with an elastic band to achieve this style.
Then, tie your hair into a ponytail right on top of your head (at the point where you teased it). Loosen the ponytail with your fingers, and then curl the ends of the hair. Finish with a light misting of hairspray.
The Fish Tail Braid
The fishtail braid is a beautiful way to create a half up-do for those who have short or medium-length hair. Clip-in hair extensions will help to make your braid more voluminous.
Create a deep part on one side of your head, and separate the top section of hair (from where you will create the top knot)—French braid this section down to the ends before adding in your clip-in extensions.
Then, continue braiding the hair, as usual, adding in extensions as you go. You should secure with an elastic at the end and tuck at the end of the braid. Finish with a light misting of hairspray.
The Half-Down Bun
The half-down bun is a great way to keep long hair out of your face while working or going about your day. To create this style, start by adding in your extensions and then creating a high ponytail right at the crown of your head.
You can twist the ponytail until it forms a bun and secure it with bobby pins. If needed, spritz with a light misting of hairspray to help add extra grip.
These were six different ways to add clip-in extensions into your everyday hairstyles. You can use them to style your short hair or add length and volume to long hair looks.