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Shannon Barnett




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shannonxo asked:

04 Dec 2009

Growing Hair & Hair Extensions?

im trying to grow my hair at the moment but i have to get like 2-3 inches cut off cause i have split ends and it's unhealthy soi want to get hair extensions while i wait for it to grow again but i actually have no idea what to do with them but people have told me that when you take out hair extensions you have to cut them out and it ruins your hair. is this true? and is there anyway i can help my hair grow faster and healthier?



annieashford says:

Posted on 04 Dec 2009

Three words; Clip-in hair extensions. I have them and they're amazing as they look natural but don't ruin your hair with glue or having to sew them in which is also extremely costly. Make sure you get real hair though and not synthetic or they won't react well to heat and you won't be able to straight or curl them etc.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 05 Dec 2009

yea it's always best to go to ULTA or Salley Beauty Supply and buy REAL HUMAN HAIR clip in extensions you can also buy them online there are a few websites or even hair pieces you'll get a fuller look with those

you can look in my lists under 'hair' for a website for extensions


enfantdelamode says:

Posted on 05 Dec 2009

I bought some clip in hair extensions from Sally's--Because I was faced with this exact same problem. I bought them, and sewed the clips in myself. They're the same quality as more expensive extensions--and I ended up only spending around45$ versus 80$+.

They're super easy to use, and you can style them with heat and such and wash. It doesn't damage your hair at all! They're definitely a good investment. :)

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