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This hair styling video from Foxy Locks Extensions shows you how to clip in your Foxy Locks hair extensions.
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How to Clip In Foxy Locks Extensions:
Hi everyone. Today I'm going to do as detailed as possible a tutorial on how I clip in my hair extensions. Let’s start.
I'm going to be using my foxy locks hair extensions and this is them sorry it’s backward. It just has a little bit of information in front there and on the back. It tells you everything you need to know pretty much but so we start of this section you have. And you see how my hair looks like without that hair extension, it’s pretty thin and nothing special so I'll section your hair like this and then clip it out the way.
And this is basically what they look like. Now if you had hair extensions in the past then we can see straight away thick these ones are compared to just other ones. There is so much hair here, this is actually the deluxe set in 20 inches and these are the 10 piece set and this feels so silky as well feels like million hair. Listen, let’s talk –
I do get different size of pieces at first we are going to take the second largest weft and we’re going to put it on the bottom. Okay so I'm going to turn around and I hope that will you easier to see what I’m doing.
And you can see how easy to clip all to use. They simply just snap open and snap shut. And this are actually really good quality clips as what you tell because, don’t know if you can see it but they have like a silicon band going along there which basically just help to take the hair and also keeps it in place.
Okay now, I’m going take down and get more hair over the extension. So just run your fingers and put some more hair over the hair extension but not too much. We just were going to put the hair away again. Okay now I'm going to get our third largest size wefts just to do it like that, you get two of those, and those go just above, so you got one on the side, turn around and then one just above that on your side going around from the top.
Okay, now you are going to put down a bit more hair. And it doesn’t matter if it’s what you look. Now you can get your largest size of the hair extension. Okay then once you’ve done that, I’m going to let down some more hair.
And you want to get your two clips. The hair extensions with two clips on them and you want to put these at this side, and also on the other side.
Right and now that they’re done, and you can see already how much thickened my hair is. Okay now brush you hair through. Now if you’re going to clip some, you’re going to want to slip them out.
Okay and now we have to put these little one clip hair extensions and we just want to put them kind of around the area, so you put one there. And you get four of these, you get two more left and then put them in, I just put them anywhere. I found a space.
And then you want to straight in it through. You can color this as well because they are 100% human hair. You can color them and straight when they going to do whatever you want but I’m just going to straighten mine. I feel really comfortable as well and not knowing at all and with that you can’t really feel that heavy, you can see how much hair is in there. This one actually has 155 grams of hair. -
And obviously I haven’t actually gotten - and you might want to especially if you got shorter hair and mine is quite long way and I have it layered so it does blend in but if you got shot hair, you might have to have your hair an extension kind of blended in but because these are thick, they should be fine to most peoples hair. So make sure is blended in the back. And then once I’ve done that I like to backcomb my hair.
Now, please don’t back comb hair extensions because it will ruin very quickly. Just back comb your natural hair that will do. Make sure that they are all covered up. Then you can wear them more down in your head if you want. If you’re worried about you showing in a glow and you very well show it honestly. These clips are very small so they’re big enough to be secure, but small enough not to show through your hair. I want to show you the back.
Okay and that’s it, I hope you enjoyed my tutorial. The link will be in the side bar if you want to wear this hair extensions and thanks for watching. Bye.