Do you wonder how the celebrities and influencers you follow on Instagram rock long, voluminous, and beautiful hairstyles every day? Well, it turns out many of them have a few secrets up their sleeves. And one of the biggest secrets is clip-in hair extensions—a beauty solution you can try, too.
Clip-in wefts provide you quick and convenient ways to transform your looks. You can use these extensions to add length, volume, and thickness to your hair. And, it takes no time to shape your clip-in extensions into your favorite styles.
The best part is that you don’t have to go to your stylist to put in and remove these temporary wefts. They come with easy-to-apply clips for quick, simple installation. With a bit of practice, you’ll be able to transform your appearance within minutes. And when applied and styled correctly, chances are you’ll give even the Instagram influencers a run for their money.
But getting Instagram-worthy hair depends on selecting the best set of clip extensions for your hair goals. While there are many brands out there, we recommend ZALA clip-in hair extensions as they’re easy to apply, long-lasting, versatile, and made of 100% human hair.
Once you’ve got your hands on a set of Remy clip-in hair extensions, you can imitate the following ideas to populate your Instagram feed with some wow-worthy hairstyle pics.
Bouncy With Bangs
Blow-dry your hair and bangs as you normally do. Then install your clip-in hair extensions from one ear to the other while carefully twisting your hair into bouncy curls for perfect blending. Next, wear a faux interweaved headband and clip a gleaming hair accessory on top, and you’re good to go with a cute hairstyle. Try the 20-inch ZALA clip-in human hair extensions for this hairdo.
Long and Straight
Start by blow-drying your bangs to the side and then apply some hairspray. Next, take a long weft and clip it under your crown. Brush your hair and the wefts, so they blend as naturally as possible. You can use the 21-inch Remy clip-in hair extensions by ZALA to achieve this hairstyle. Optional: Make a small French braid on the opposite side of your bangs for even more of a visual impact.
Long and Ruffled
Create curls in your own hair by using a tool like a barrel iron. Then, brush the curls to create loose waves. Next, apply some hairspray to hold the waves in place. Now, install the wavy clip-in extensions (use 5 pieces) from under your ears and all your way to the area below your head’s crown. Give it a finishing touch by running your fingers through the extension and your own hair. Be sure to find the right shade match to pull off this look. For instance, if your natural hair is blonde, always use blonde clip-in hair extensions for perfect matching.
Start with brushing your bangs to achieve a center part. Next, apply some hairspray to hold the part in place. Now backcomb the hair on the top of your head to make it voluminous. Then create a bun with your own hair at the rear of your head and let free a few face-framing strands. Next, curl the loose strands with a barrel iron. And finally, apply a curly ponytail clip-in weft over your natural hair bun.
Long Side Braid
Pick your 21-inch clip-in hair weft and apply it to the under layers of your natural hair at the top of your head. Then create a braid with your own hair and the extension to the side. Use a headband to prevent the bangs from covering your face. And there you have it: a sweet, Instagram-worthy hairstyle.
Spray half of your hair at the crown area with water and apply some strong-hold gel or hairspray to hold your hair into a high ponytail. Next, put in a clip-in faux ponytail human hair extension on top of the high ponytail. Wrap the additional piece of hair (called velcro strap) around the ponytail’s base for seamless blending and finishing.
Create a high ponytail with your natural hair and secure it into place. Next, fold the ponytail about the base to make a bun. Use bobby pins to hold the bun in place. Now pick your clip-in bun extension, apply it over the bun you created with your natural hair, and you’re done! That was super easy, wasn’t it?