Have you been thinking about getting clip-ins? Did you have any questions about them or were curious about if they’re worth the price? In this article, we’ll give you some fun facts and misconceptions about clip-ins so you go into your next appointment informed about the pros and cons of clip-ins. Some of these facts may surprise you!
Clip-Ins Are Good For Your Hair
There is a big misconception that clip-ins damage your natural hair, causing thinning of the edges or breakage, which can be true if installed incorrectly and carelessly. If clip-ins are installed properly by a professional or yourself, and you take good care of your hair while they’re installed, you won’t have to worry about damage or breakage. Don’t neglect your hair while your clip-ins are in, and you should be fine.
There Are Clip-Ins For Every Texture
You probably think that there aren’t any clip-ins to match your Type 3 or Type 4 hair, but you probably were looking in the wrong places or weren’t looking hard enough. There are plenty of clip-ins that will match your textured hair that is of great quality and will blend in with your natural hair and look amazing. Here at Perfect Distraction Hair Gallery, we have 7 different textures of hair that are guaranteed to match your natural hair. Our most popular textures are Kinky Afro and Afro Straight, so if you want to wear your hair straight with your clip-ins, you have a natural-looking option. Our clip-ins can also be dyed if you want to go blonde or another bold color.
Clip-Ins Are Affordable
Clip-ins are probably some of the most affordable hair extensions. High-quality extensions are an investment, but think of them as a good to style with very minimal effort. Since clip-ins are mostly used for special occasions for a shorter period of time than other extensions like microlinks or tape-ins, they can have around a two-year shelf life if you maintain them properly. That’s a lot of bang for your buck. Just treat them like you treat your natural hair, keeping them detangled, moisturized, and clean, and they’ll last as long as you need them to.
The Clips Can Be Replaced
If you want to extend the shelf life of your clip-ins even more, you can replace the clips of your clip-ins. Simply detach the damaged or old clips and sew in a new one. This is mostly for the girls who want to keep their clip-ins for years and not have to throw the old ones away. Of course, this isn’t mandatory, but it is an option if needed.
Limit Use Of Heat With Clip-Ins
Frequently using high-heat hair styling tools like blow dryers, hair curlers, or flat irons can create heat damage and breakage to your natural hair and the clip-ins. This is why getting clip-ins to match your natural hair is the best option. But of course, heat every now and then on the clip-ins is fine, but don’t go overboard or you’ll have to buy new clip-ins more often than you need to. Make sure to use a heat protectant, or to get your hair styled by a professional who knows how extensions work.
Did you learn a little more about how clip-ins? Have you got clip-ins before? If not, then now is the best time! Perfect Distraction Hair Gallery has both locations open for bookings today throughout this weekend. Schedule your appointment today!
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