Jul 02, 2012
Can someone plese walk me through the steps on how to do a messy bun with clip in hair extensions?? By Messy Bun, I mean like .. a lazy day messy bun. ya know? Those are kinda cute, and I just want to know how to do it with clip in extensions.
The clips always stick out when i try to put my hair up.
I would really love videos tutorials if you have any. :)
Jul 05, 2012
Basically here's what you do: 1.) You put in your your extension. 2.) You throw your hair up into a bun. :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDkH... and this is a video on how to throw your hair up into a bun :D
Jul 06, 2012
I know how to do buns, but when i have my extensions in and do it, the clips stick out.
Hmm well you could try doing the messy bun and then put your extension in and maybe wrap it around the bun. I personally play with my hair extensions when im doing a hair style and I've owned a pair that does the same thing as yours and thats what I did, or other times I put my extensions on the underside of my hair and then I did the hair style, the extensions did'nt show in the bun very well but when I walked by, people could see them on the back of my head.
clip your extensions in upside down so when you have your hair down they stick out but when you pull your hair up they lay flat on your head
You could try clipping them in upside down or maybe instead of clipping them horizontally, you clip them vertically. I personally don't have hair extensions so I can't say whether or not it'd work.
She does a bun with extensions in this video:
Jul 07, 2012
It's better not to put your hair up with extensions.
The clips are already pulling down on your natural hair; putting up your hair will cause more stress on the hair then the extensions already have.
I have a friend who has a bald spot because of this, I'm also a cosmetologists.
Jul 08, 2012
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