About Clip In Human Hair Collection
Clip-in hair extensions are a convenient option for adding length, volume, or highlights to your hair. They are temporary and can be easily applied and removed without causing damage to your natural hair. However, it's essential to follow proper care and maintenance routines to ensure their longevity and keep them looking their best.
How long do clip-in human hair extensions last?
Ulofey Clip-in hair extensions can last between seven and ten months with daily use. And if you wear these extensions occasionally, they can last from ten to 12 months and even longer with proper care. To prolong their life span, make sure to always wash your clip hair extensions with sulfate-free and alcohol-free products.
What is a clip-in hair extension?
Clip-in hair extensions are made of real or synthetic hair strands that are attached to small clips. They are easy to apply and can be done at home without the help of a professional hairstylist. The clips are attached to your natural hair, giving you instant length, volume, and thickness.
Do clip in extensions damage your real hair?
For many women, wearing a weave or extensions is a great way to switch up their hairstyle, adding length, volume, and even color. However, while these hairstyles offer a range of possibilities, wearing them can damage your natural hair and even cause hair loss if proper precautions and care are not taken.
Ulofey clip in hair extensions is human hair?
Ulofey clip in hair extensions made from 100% Remy Human Hair. To give you that natural, fuller glossy look you deserve.
How can you tell if human hair is real?
The Flame/Burn Test
This is the one foolproof way of knowing for sure whether the hair is real or synthetic; Pull a couple of long strands of hair out and hold them above a flame – make sure you use a lighter or an unscented candle. If the hair singes and burns upwards while smelling like burnt hair – it is real.
Where do real human hair extensions come from?
While there is an exception to every rule, most human hair extensions come from live human beings, collected mostly in India (especially southern India), Malaysia, Cambodia, and China.