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Hair Extensions

Hello,

Are any of you girls planning on getting hair extensions for your wedding?  My hair is about mid-back length, dark brown, and very thin.  I am thinking about getting extensions to add volumne (not length).  I want to wear my hair mostly down and curly, so I think they need to be human hair to be able to use heat styling on them.  I don't know anything about extensions... please let me know if you have any advice on type (clip in, glued in, real hair, etc) and which salon to go to?  Thanks! :)

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    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/local-wedding-boards_michigan-grand-rapids_hair-extensions?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Local Wedding BoardsForum:95Discussion:9f3f3a53-8d52-408f-a0ec-a1e1123eacaaPost:9dccf05b-7faf-46a3-88de-67930c1eddbb">Hair Extensions</a>:
    [QUOTE]Hello, Are any of you girls planning on getting hair extensions for your wedding?  My hair is about mid-back length, dark brown, and very thin.  I am thinking about getting extensions to add volumne (not length).  I want to wear my hair mostly down and curly, so I think they need to be human hair to be able to use heat styling on them.  I don't know anything about extensions... please let me know if you have any advice on type (clip in, glued in, real hair, etc) and which salon to go to?  Thanks! :)
    Posted by SMLKLP[/QUOTE]

    You should order them offline, and then have a professional cut them. There are clip in one's that aren't too expensive. Brands like Head Kandy, Luxy Locks, and Foxy Locks are said to be great, although I have heard sally's brand, Sassy is okay.
    Try youtubing "clip in hair extensions"  They look pretty great.
    Usually you have to have a stylist clip the ends to blend it into your hair.
    Then they come in and out as often as you like.
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