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Hair extensions

I want to wear my hair down with loose waves, but while it is long, it needs a little more fullness.  I know hair extensions can be quite pricey, but not sure I would need a full set but rather just a few here and there.

Can anyone suggest either a salon that does good extensions for a reasonable price or good quality clip-in extensions?

Thanks so much!!

Re: Hair extensions

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    edited December 2011

    I have long, baby-fine and thin hair.  I got a body wave recently to help and was talking to my stylist about hair extension for the wedding as I want to do a half-up/half-down do.  She's at Salon Tease in Kennesaw.  I don't know her prices for the extensions, but she's very reasonable on everything else, and she's an awesome stylist.  I'm very, very picky about my hair.  Her name is Jesse Shipley.

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    Pet33uniaPet33unia member
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    edited December 2011

    Thank you!  I appreciate the feedback! 

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    mrsbrantleymrsbrantley member
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    edited December 2011
    You do not need a "full" set. Whether they do clip ins or attach the hair to yours, they can just add length by adding a few pieces to the bottom half of your head (Think of a line from ear to ear, then everything there and below). This will look more natural and will also be more cost-effective. good luck!
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