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KymmieL

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Since I cut off my 2yrs of hair growth. I miss it. I know I could go with a wig until it grows back.

 

I was wondering about Hair extensions, Has anyone looked into it? Is there a minimum length your hair needs to be to get extensions? What is the aprox cost?

 

Thanks, everyone

 

Kymmie

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I have used clip in hair extensions of a few types before I went red-head but I would have to get a new set of them that would be expensive since my red is a custom color now.  I have pictures in my gallery of the dark blond pieces I used early in my game.  You will want your hair to be about 4 to 5 inches long on top for a reason I think you can see up there.  I do not recommend the glue in kind due to their expense.  Sally Beauty Supply carries a good selection of color options, but some can get to be aboout $120.00 in human hair.

 

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Kind of funny I was looking at hair extensions this weekend but don’t have a clue about them. I’m gonna call a couple of salons around me and make an appointment 

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My wife ordered me a bunch of hair extensions as a surprise for my birthday this year. She bought me 2 really cute curly buns and from a separate company she also bought me these nice looking clip-on bangs to see if I would look good in short front bangs without actually cutting my existing ones. Sadly, the front bangs never arrived. I got the curly buns but unfortunately they did not match the color shown in the pictures on the company website...at all. If anyone buys hair products like this via the web, keep this in mind.

 

Here’s an image of one that ‘sort of’ worked until my recent hair salon visit that added light caramel highlights to my hair.

 

Susan R?

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My hair was growing out because of Covid not being able to get it cut.  So, I thought .. Great! I will by a 6"inch human hair top cover extension (to cover my bald spot) and to just see how it might look. 

They came in various sizes.  6 inch was the smallest, but you can always have them professionally cut to fit your hair style.


Then,  the barbers/salons opened again, got my hair cut (back to normal man short) and then the extension arrived ... too late.  Oh well, maybe I will have an opportunity to grow it out again someday. 

Looks like I will be a wig wearer unless my hair magically grows back on HRT one day?‍?

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