Post # 1
So i’m going to get extensions for the wedding. I have fine hair, but a fair bit of it, i just want to add length and volume and then I”m putting it in a side bun/knot kind of like this. I also have dyed red hair that I’m worried might be hard to match.
Post # 3
I have FoxyLocks and they are WONDERFUL! I’ve had them since November, and I 100% love them and wear them often. I would get the medium or thickest set, though… the smallest is WAY too thin.
Post # 4
buy clip-ins in the lightest color you can find in NATURAL HAIR. Your stylist should be able to color them to match your hair. Do NOT buy a dark color- its likely that they were dyed previously and wll be really hard to color a lighter red.
DO NOT do clip bonded (“beaded”) or “keratin bonded” extensions for a one-time event- they will destroy your hair needlessly, especially if it is on the fine side. Clip-ins should be totally fine, and any good bridal stylist can sew the wefts onto clips and then cut them to suit her needs. Your regular colorist may need to dye them for you.
Post # 5
@MsGinkgo: I just ordered Bellami Hair extenstions a few weeks ago. I’ll let you know how I like them once they come in! (they should be in today)
Post # 6
I bought mine at sallys and they are real human hair andthey are in a red package. ( at work and cant remember the name currently!) They are what my Hair lady recomended i buy and they are great! i wore them for a few days after my trial and took them out ( they are clip in ones ).
Post # 7
Try a Halo! They are so easy and comfortable and won’t damage your hair. I just got one and I LOVE it!