If you have thin hair, then hair extensions are your savior to get long, full voluminous hair that you can style any way you like. Of course, if your hair is already thin, you might have some concerns about damaging your natural locks and keeping the extensions invisible to the eye. Worry not! Check out these tips and tricks for using Zala clip-in hair extensions to get all the benefits of thick, luscious hair, without any issues.
Tip 1: Shop the right extensions
It can be tempting to layer up your hair with those clip-in human hair extensions to create as much volume as possible for your thin locks. Avoid doing this. The trick with fine hair is to avoid putting too much weight on it. This can cause unnecessary strain on your hair, which can result in damage to the roots – the last thing you want!
Instead, you need to find the right clip-in extensions for your hair’s needs to keep it nice and protected. Opt for a 120g set of the Zala clip-in extensions, which have been designed for thin hair. Space them out evenly around your head to create the perfect, voluminous look without causing strain to your natural hair.
Tip 2: Choose the right color
While it’s important to make sure you pick the right weight of hair extensions for your thin hair, you also want to be careful about your color choice.
With so many options on the market, Zala offers a free color-matching service to help you find the right shade to match your natural hair. When it comes to the blending stage of the process, this will make it even easier to seamlessly blend your hair extensions with your natural hair for the perfect finishing look.
Zala clip-in extensions are also made from 100% real human hair. You’ll have no fake, synthetic strands sticking out of your natural hair — just quality luscious locks to add to your own, bringing together the perfect look.
Tip 3: Create some grip
With thin hair, there often isn’t much for extensions to grip onto, which can cause them to slide down throughout the day while wearing them. This is the last thing you want! Dry shampoo is your hero. It will not only help add some of that desired volume and texture in your hair, but it gives the extensions something to grip onto, keeping them in your hair all day long.
When it’s time to pop the hair extensions in, simply spray some dry shampoo into your locks and massage it gently into the top of your hair. Now it’s time to watch those extensions work their magic, with the help of the dry shampoo holding them in shape.
Other ways you can create some grip? Try back combing, or even crimping your hair to create the perfect grip for your extensions.
Tip 4: Create an anchor
Do you suffer from short, wispy pieces that hang at the back of your head below the neck? You’re not alone! Of course, it’s almost impossible to attach hair extensions to these little pieces – they’re bound to slip right off. Luckily, you can still create an anchor for those hair extensions.
Grab a section of hair at the nape of your neck and twirl it into a thin bun. Then, secure it in place with a couple of bobby pins. Use this small bun at the bottom of your head as the anchor for the first set of clip-in hair extensions. Once you have this base, you can then work your way up the rest of the hair.
Tip 5: Blend with curls
Finally, it’s time to show off those long, luscious locks and take them to the world! If you’re looking for the best way to blend your extensions with your natural hair for a seamless look, try adding some curls in.
Remember, always curl away from your face to create the perfect, natural look. Choose how big or small you want your locks, and section off pieces of your hair – the more hair, the bigger the curl. You might even want to run your fingers through at the end to create the perfect, wavy style, with your hair extensions seamlessly blended for an amazing look that will see you through each and every day.
It’s never been easier to create volume and length for thin hair. With these tips and tricks up your sleeve, you can get to pulling together a fresh new style whenever you like!