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This hair styling video from Foxy Locks Extensions shows you how to curl clip in hair extensions separately.
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Hi everyone. Today, I’m going to show you a video on how to curl your hair extensions separately, just a really easy way of doing it if you’re on a rush. And I find it easy to actually your curl your hair extensions before putting them in your hair. So, let’s start.
Okay. So, you want to get a ledge of some soft. I’m just using the top of my stairs. And then you want to get a piece of cardboard. And you just want to put it onto the ledge, just slightly hanging over just like that. And then you want to get so I can really have it to put on top of it. And I’m going to use just like a doorstep. So, it’s really heavy. So, I’ll just put that on top of it, sticky put in place. So, you basically just got a little bit of cardboard hanging over there. And that’s where you’re going to clip your hair extension onto.
So, you want to get your hair extensions and then you just want to clip them on. And it should look something like that. Now, brush them through, add some heat protect and then brush through again. And first of all, I’m going to show you how to curl the hair since I’m just using curling tones. So now, that should be on that quite secure. You don’t want to pull too hard on them. You could get something heavier just to definitely keep it in place but this works for me.
So, you want to get one section and then simply cut. And get another section and cut it again. Now, it really is a lot quicker way of doing it. And because you can just curl your hair extensions before you curl your actual hair. And then just clip them in as soon as you curled your hair, it just takes off design.
We did a little section and do the same. Well, a great thing about clipping it onto this cardboard. It just makes that a lot easier than have them to hold the hair extension on one end and then curl it using your hand that just makes it really fiddly and awkward because it is just really quick and easy way of doing it.
Okay. And once you finished curling, you just want to spray with hair spray. And then you want to take it off. And when you’re putting it down, if you just put it down like that on the floor or wherever you want to put it, just until you do them all, this would ensure the curls will stay in for longer. So, if you just place it down wherever like that.
And my second really easy way to curl your hair extensions is to use hot rollers. Now, this is really good. But if you haven’t got enough time to sit there, then curl each one with the curling thong. You can basically put the color on and then take them off and then leave them to set. Go and come back to them and they’ll be cold. So, I’ll show how that’s done.
Just spray your hair clipped then you want to get your hot roller and simply twist the hair around. And then secure in place with a clip. Then you repeat these steps. Just twist it around all the way up to the top. There you go. And then you just take it off and you can literally leave that just anywhere, just to set. That’s really easy and really simple way of doing it especially if you’re in a rush.
Okay. And once you go through the natural hair, you can start clipping in your pretty curled hair extensions. Okay, you want to clip them all in and you might want to have some hair sprays to keep your curls in. Okay. And there you go. That’s the really quick tutorial on how to curl your hair extensions separately in a really easy way.
I hope you enjoyed my video and thank you for watching. Bye.