Aug 17, 2012
I have been researching what kind of extensions to get. I always get good and bad about about all extensions. Is extensions something I can keep having until my hair is fully grown out? I mean seriously, I don't know why this is so frustrating to me. Help ladies!!!:(
don't let this tire you dear! no need to research much on what kind of extensions you want or don't want. whatever you see and you think you like then go for it! always best to go for Human Hair reason being is because you can dye it, curl it, use heat (straighteners\curling irons), and wash them. there are many kinds though but all the same, about; just different brands. if you have thin hair and you want the fuller look its better to go for the 100g`s or a tab lower. if you have thick hair but want the longer length then go for 60g`s or a tab lower then that. don't make it hard on yourself lovely. do know that people like certain kinds because thats what They prefer and it best goes with the look they actually want. hope this helped ^^
a place i do recommend though: Sally's Beauty Supply.
I'd say get them! I've had sew in, glued, and just clip ins and I've loved all of them!!! In my personal opinion I don't really see any negatives in getting them other than if you don't take care of them! Good luck! =)
Aug 18, 2012
If you are feeling this hesitant about extensions you should just invest in some clip-ins. This way if you don't like them, you can easily remove them. I also suggest human hair so you can use heated styling tools on the hair. Find a local extension specialist and meet them for a free consultations, the experts can put your nerves at ease and answer all your questions.
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