Tutorial: How To Clip In Our Regular Set Hair Extensions
You guys ask us so many questions about clipping in your hair extensions and we totally get that if you’re new to clip-ins it can be a little daunting. Knowing the order you need to clip them in and how to secure the clips is super important but once you get it down it’s really easy. To help you guys out we’re going to break down each of our four sets with a step by step tutorial that will give you a flawless blend.
--Today we’re starting with the Regular Set which is here for all you gals with fine hair who want to add some extra thickness that looks really natural. There are 9 classic wefts in this set so that you can easily mix and match them to create the right thickness for you. They’re great for adding a little volume at your roots too while being really easy to conceal.
Who is it good for?
This set is good for anyone with fine hair who wants to add length and keep it looking natural. You can also pick this set if you have long hair and just want to add some extra thickness through the lengths and ends.
What’s the difference between the Deluxe and Regular Set?
The Regular Set is perfect if the Deluxe Set is too thick for you and it’s also a great alternative if you don’t like seamless wefts. The Regular Set doesn’t contain a Volumizer Weft either so it’s not as thick and will give you a really natural result. If you have really fine hair or you just want to add some extra thickness through the lengths then we’d definitely recommend going for the Regular.
How To Clip In The Milk + Blush Regular Set
If you’ve never clipped in hair extensions before or if you need to refresh your memory then these steps are going to really help you out. We’d recommend bookmarking this page too so that you have something to refer back to until you totally get the hang of it.
You want to start by clipping up a small section of hair at the nape of your neck and pinning it in place with some bobby pins. You can either twist it or braid it up depending on what you find easier but it’ll help to hide the disconnect in length. This step will give you a really natural blend so that no one will know you’re wearing hair extensions!
The first weft you need to clip in is your 3 clip weft. You can clip this over the section that you’ve pinned up making sure that the clips are secure in your hair before snapping them shut.
Next you want to take a section further up around mid ear level to place your 4 clip weft. Before clipping it in it’s a good shout to gently backcomb the hair so that the clips have something to hold onto. Once you’re done clip in your 4 clip weft over the top.
Next you want to repeat the same process around 2cm above and clip in your other 3 clip weft.
Moving onto the 2 clip wefts, you’ll need to take a section of hair on the left hand side of your head. You want this weft to fall towards your face to give you the best blend so you’ll need to angle this section going diagonally upwards towards your face. Once you’ve done this you can then backcomb the hair and clip in your two clip weft.
Next you want to repeat this process on the right hand side, clipping in your second 2 clip weft.
Lastly you want to use your 1 clip wefts to seamlessly blend your hair into your extensions. You have two 1 clip wefts for either side of your hair and it’s up to you whether you want to place them side by side or above one another. You’ll definitely want to backcomb your hair before you clip them in so that they stay in place as the hair at the top of your head is more mobile.
Once all your wefts are clipped in it’s a good idea to smooth your hands down your hair to make sure there aren’t any clips on show or any bumps. If there are then you may need to move your wefts a little further down so that there’s more hair to cover them.
1-clip weft x 4
2-clip weft x 2
3-clip weft x 2
4-clip weft x 1
Need some more advice? If you’re not sure what set or shade to go for or if you’d like some more advice on clipping in your set then get in touch with the team [email protected].