Style your hair to match the clip-in's (I will post about other styling techniques) these are straight so straighten your hair: (i will also post how to straighten very curly hair)
So my hair is straight with no oil-based products in it, oil-based products break up the glue that binds extensions together! So read your hair product labels!
After washing the extensions, even if their straight, they will have some pouf to them so lightly straiten each piece to match the straitness of your hair:
make a U shape right above your ear, you can't place extensions below this point
can't even tell!
longest part on the side of your head, mine is here. (note: the closer your extensions are to your part the more camouflaged your natural hair will be and less-obvious)
make a clean part with the teasing comb, a clean part matters more on the sides then the back or it will pull on your hair and be annoying.
tease your roots to help the clip-ins stay in more
spray the teased roots with hair spray
clip it in! yikes i need to dye my roots!
on the other side do the same thing, find the longest part of your hair and that's where you'll start.
and your going to tease and hair spray like you did the other side
clip it in!
find the second longest part of your hair to place the second clip-in
part the hair and tease and spray
clip in the last one on this side! (if you are doing the shorter/thicker clip-ins you will just need to make one more part above this close to your part, making sure it doesn't show)
again find the second longest place on the side of your head and part, tease and spray
yay last clip-in!
touch where the clip-in's are to make sure they're even or the length will be off at the bottom, you don't want one side longer than the other!
my natural hair length vs. the extension length! (these are 19" yaky in brown that i dyed the tops to match my hair color leaving the tips brown!)
yay for fun long hair with-out the expense!
ok, it can itch! but just bat the sides of your head with your palms! The extensions will "settle" down your hair shaft which will be more comfortable. And you can sleep with them in but it does take some getting used too! But sleeping with clip-ins in is allot better than having the whole weft put in professionally because if it is uncomfy, just take them out! wallah!