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Top 10 inspiring hairstyles for clip in extensions
Clip in hair extensions is the most convenient hair extensions method available. It lengthens and volumizes your hair while saving you time thanks to its simple installation. However, in order to achieve a seamless look with the clip-ins, the correct hairstyle must be chosen. And, for a more natural look, try the hairstyles for clip in extensions listed below.
Half up half down
This half-up, half-down hairstyle is both fun and seductive. Everyone looks good in it.
To achieve this look with clip-in hair extensions, clip the majority of the wefts to the lower half of your hair. Then, to the half-pony part, clip in a few smaller wefts upside down. You can achieve a more seamless look by pulling a section of your hair up into a ponytail in this manner. After that, use a hair tie to secure the half ponytail and fluff your hair up for more volume.
Once you’ve attached your clip-in hair extensions to your hair, brush the hair carefully and drag it all to the side. Use an elastic band to secure your hair. Then, wrap your hair around the base of the ponytail and secure it with a bobby pin.
If you intend to use an extension, clip it into the base before wrapping it. Examine it carefully to ensure that it is securely fastened to your hair tie. Then, using your natural hair, wrap the ponytail base so that nothing falls out or unravels when you move.
High buns are a popular choice for girls who want a hairstyle that is appropriate for any occasion. This is how to achieve the look:
- Separate your hair into smaller sections, as you would when applying clip-ins.
- Then, clip your first hair extension up high and in the position where you want the bun to be. Make sure all of the pieces are clipped together correctly so that the wefts and clips are not visible under your hair.
- Brush your hair back and pull it into a high ponytail.
- Twist and wrap the ponytail into a big messy bun, then pin it down with bobby pins.
Space buns are a cute choice for your hairstyles for clip in extensions. They can accompany you to festivals, parties, concerts, and other events. To achieve this look, do the following:
- Clip in the majority of your hair to the lower half and divide your top half into two sections that are evenly split down the middle.
- Take some bobby pins and spin them around one of the two sections of hair at a time.
- Using bobby pins, secure different areas of the bun and pull out stray hairs as needed. You can finish the look by leaving out some bangs to frame your face.
Side bun hairstyles for clip in extensions
After putting your ponytail together as a low pony, you can wrap it around itself until it comes to a stop. For a more edgy look, use a low pony or a side pony, or both for a simple and stylish bun. For a fuller look, we recommend creating the style with curly or wavy hair.
With your natural hair, it can be challenging to achieve this style because it causes creases in your hair. You can braid your hair before adding clip-in hair extensions. When you’re finished with your braid, tuck the clip into the root of a section of hair slightly behind the ear. Bobby-pin the other side in the same place for a seamless, perfectly natural-looking braided headband.
Another of our favorites, the fishtail braid, is surprisingly simple to learn. The most common variety is the French fishtail, which descends from the crown of the head. Once mastered, this braid style can be worn for both festivals and funerals.
Use clip in extensions to create beachy waves that will make you look like you just stepped off the beach. This style is perfect for summer and is easy to achieve. It’s also a relaxed and effortless hairstyle that works well for both casual and formal events.
To create beach waves, use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to separate the hair into sections. Next, use a curling iron or wand to create loose, messy waves in each section of hair. For a natural look, wrap small sections of hair around the barrel of the curling iron, holding it in place for a few seconds before releasing it.
Remember to apply a sea salt spray or hairspray to the hair, scrunching it with your hands to enhance the texture and hold the waves in place.
A high ponytail is a classic and easy-to-achieve style that looks even better with clip in extensions. This style is perfect for those who want a simple yet stylish look.
To create a high ponytail, start by brushing the hair thoroughly to remove any tangles or knots. Then, using a comb or your fingers, gather all of the hair at the top of the head, making sure to leave out any face-framing layers or bangs. Secure the hair with a hair tie or elastic band, making sure to keep the ponytail tight and in place.
Incorporate your clip in extensions into a braided crown for a romantic and feminine look.
To create this hairstyle, start by brushing the hair thoroughly to remove any tangles or knots. Then, part the hair down the middle and separate it into two sections. Starting at the front of the head, begin braiding one section of hair, using a Dutch braid technique (where the strands of hair are crossed under each other, rather than over). As you braid, gradually add in more hair from the section, working your way around the head in a circular motion.
Once you have braided all the way around the head, secure the end of the braid with a hair tie or elastic band. Repeat the same braiding process on the other side of the head, making sure to cross the braids over each other at the back of the head to create a seamless look.