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Hi all
just joined today and would like to say a big hello to all of you!!!!!

Has Anyone used clip in in extensions!! im looking into getting hairaiser ones but dont know much about them! :irked: Ive been offered brand new hairaiser ones for £50.00 as a friend of a friend does them, is this a good deal?

Can anyone help!!!! This is the first time ive used them and dont know what to do 4 the best :smack:

many thanks leah x
 

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hiya i use them all the time and the are the best , i couldnt live without them , . i got mine from a&a hair studios ( edinburgh ) for £140.00 ( that was a pack of blonde and a pack of brown )

i know that salon services have them for £15.00 per pack ( you will need three packs for a full head )

£50.00 is a good buy xxx
any questions just pm me
 
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hi there

Its s hard to find information on hairaisers as i didnt find there website overlly helpful!

The £50 is for a 9 piece set so i can have spares! what is the quality of the hair like? have you had any problems with the hair or the clips ? is it easy to apply them? arethey easy to manage?

how long is your hair mine would be 20inchs


leah
 

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They have them in Sally's.Didn't like the quality of the hair though,bit rough.Saw a demo once of them being put in.Make it look easy not sure if it is as easy as they make it look though.
 
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Thanks for your honesty didnt know they sold them in sallys do you remember how much they where! Do you recommend i dont buy them then?any idea which hairs best?Do you or havbe you used any?

im lost!there so many!
 

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there very easy to put in take a tiny bit of practise though , just make sure the extensions are a colour match to your own hair .

£50.00 is a very good deal for 9 strips as you will only be using 3 strips a time , so you'l get a good wear out of them ,

not sure about the quality of the hair ( what is the make of them )

just go for it and try these ones that you are being offered , if your not too sure on them shop around but it is a very good deal you are getting

i love my extensions i can take them out when i please , straighting , curl and tie them up
 

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there very easy to put in take a tiny bit of practise though , just make sure the extensions are a colour match to your own hair .

£50.00 is a very good deal for 9 strips as you will only be using 3 strips a time , so you'l get a good wear out of them ,

not sure about the quality of the hair ( what is the make of them )

just go for it and try these ones that you are being offered , if your not too sure on them shop around but it is a very good deal you are getting

i love my extensions i can take them out when i please , straighting , curl and tie them up
Well I would say it makes a difference if hair quality aint nice and your hair is.Going to look a bit odd if one bit of your hair is lovely and smooth and another all rough.:)
 

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all i said was i wasnt sure about the quality of the hair as she didnt specify ( thats why i said i wasnt sure )

i used to use the salon service ones and they were fine if you took good care of them and didnt over straightin them and just make sure you condition them )
 
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They are hairaiser extensions from a salon in london, a friend of a friend can get them for £50 apparently they are normally about £150
 

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well i would defo go for it , why dont you ask to see them first and have a look at the colour and quality , what length is your natural hair ? 20inch is really really long once you put them , my first set were 21inch and it was mad having hair down past my bum ( hehe ) so i had them cut a little and shaped

try and find out the make of the extensions and then goggle it
 

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well i would defo go for it , why dont you ask to see them first and have a look at the colour and quality , what length is your natural hair ? 20inch is really really long once you put them , my first set were 21inch and it was mad having hair down past my bum ( hehe ) so i had them cut a little and shaped

try and find out the make of the extensions and then goggle it
Sorry sweety,I got the wrong end of the stick.Yes good advice.
 

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hehe no probs
 

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