Hair Pieces That Clip In seem to come and go in the hairstyling world. They are a great choice for folks who want a splash of color , for after work but have work requirements that preclude wild colors, "peek-a-boo" colors or the fun that you get by doing something outlandish just for a short time. These same pieces of hair can also be added to weak, or thinning areas to compensate for the hair loss. Your choices - match you hair color (to hide that the extra hair is there) or use highlighted strands to take advantage of highlights without having to highlight your own hair.
Normally we warn against using natural hair in hair pieces and wigs. Synthetic hair looks real and lasts so much longer. However when it comes to clip-in hair pieces - natural hair is a must because you can curling-iron it or flat iron it so it fits inn with you regular hair. Warning - synthetic hair melts if you use a flat iron or normal temperature curling iron.
Hiding a long piece of hair that clips in, behind your ear, and arranging it so it shows up along your neck (under your jaw line) can act as a distraction and force he viewers attention away from thinning hair on the sides and back to your cheeks and eyes.
If you are thinning on the top you can often hide the clip in hair under a disconnect so only your hair shows on the top while the clip in piece provides additional coverage for the scalp. Your will need to work with your hair stylist to be sure the clip-in and your hair style work well together.
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