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Temporary Clip-in’s For the DIYers

Do natural hair tones leave you unsatisfied, yet can’t cop a drastic change?  It’s not a natural instinct for the average girl to reach for extensions, but if you’re itching for a temporary change (or a night out as your alter ego) we’ve got you covered.

Lets get started

  1. After gathering the essentials, start by laying down counter protecting mats, A.K.A: trash bags. This will insure the least amount of mess, which means less worry for your landlord and your security deposit.
  2. Mix your chosen color in a color bowl (we love the new colors from Manic Panic).  If the color is too vibrant or you’re wanting a lighter result, mix in conditioner to dilute.
  3. Put the hair extensions over the trash bag and paint until hair is saturated.  Comb through hair to avoid any color patches and allow to process for 30-45 minutes.
  4. No shampoo and conditioner needed, just rinse hair thoroughly!
  5. Blow dry.

To apply

  1. Choose the areas you’d like to accentuate and create a clean section that matches the length of the extension.
  2. Backcomb at the root and spray with Oribe Superfine Hair Spray; this adds hold.
  3. The big finale?  Clip in the extensions and style as desired.

 

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