The more modern and less damaging alternative to Bonding, Clip On are wefts of different lengths that have wig clips attached which can be clipped into the hair. The clips are removed easily and great for special occasions.
Your extensions must match not only the color but also the texture of your hair. While blow-drying, Alyssa used a large round brush to give her real hair the same loose waves as the hairpiece she chose.
Separate your hair into upper and lower sections. Start parting it at your left temple and move across the back of your head in a straight line to the right temple. Use a clip to secure the upper section of hair on top of your head.
If your hair is ﬁne or very straight, tease it along the bottom of the part line with a ﬁne-toothed comb. This will help keep the clips secure. First, tease a one-inch section of hair in the middle of the part, then one-inch sections on both sides, just above your ears.
Each set of extensions is attached to a semicircular net with three clips across the top and four around the bottom. Make sure that all seven clips are in the open position, then line up the top seam of the netting with your part and attach the top middle clip ﬁrst. Push it down into the teased hair, then press it ﬂat against your scalp (you’ll hear, and feel, a little snap when it’s secure).
Line up the piece along the part on both sides of your head, pulling it taut against your scalp, and attach the two side clips, one above each ear.
Attach the four lower clips along the lower half of your hairline, around the nape of your neck. Let down the top section of hair and use your ﬁngers to blend it with the extensions.