Hair extensions add volume and length to any amount of hair. I wanted to share some professional tips about putting them in so they look natural.
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Here is how I add my clip-in extensions. See my note at the bottom if you have shorter hair.
Because I have long hair, I start close to the nap of my neck. My goal is to create a weaved layering effect of the extensions, so I begin with the first clip in on the bottom left.
The next layer, I do on the bottom right, beginning the brick layer pattern. I want them to overlap to create a natural look.
I then go back to the left side and add them in again.
And then again on the right. I do a total of four layers of extensions, keeping to the back and alternating left back, right back, left back, right back.
I prefer to add all of my extensions in the back because it adds a lot of natural volume and length. I don’t like adding my extensions on the sides of my head, but you can do that as well. If you add extensions on the sides, you will want to create a brick layer pattern when you add your extensions: one in the middle back, then one on the right side and one on the left side, and repeated with multiple extensions, as needed.
Tips for short hair: if your hair is shorter you will need to start adding your extensions up higher and not close to your neck. This will help your extensions look more natural.
If you have questions about extensions, put them in the comments!