Hair Extensions: Update
I did a blog post (here) about 18 months ago about my keratin bonded hair extensions. I've had them removed since and was going to have them re-applied when I thought I would give some clip-ins a go.
I've had bonded hair extensions in twice and whilst I love them they can be hard work and when it comes to removing them it takes ages and pulls out a lot of your natural hair.
I had a clip-on hair piece which I bought in Sydney before I got the bonded extensions and found it really easy to use. As I'd heard so much hype about the Bellami extensions I thought I would give them a go. They were pretty pricey and I got absolutely killed with the customs fee being shipped over to the UK but I think they were worth it as they are gorgeous pieces of hair.
I went for the 220g in 22 inches and the colour mochachino, although this was a bit too much hair for me and I only really wear half of them. I prefer to curl them before I put them in as they are pretty long although I may get my sister (the hairdresser) to cut them down a bit. I used my Remington curling wand on them and then left them to set overnight. The curls then dropped slightly into a gorgeous wave and have lasted ages.
I don't wear them loads which is good because then I don't have to wash them as often which is what will wear them down. They say they last for roughly 6 months but I think I will probably get about 12 months out of them as I only wear them maybe 2-3 times per month.
If you are thinking of getting clip-in extensions I would highly recommend these as they feel beautiful, look stunning and completely natural. They are thick from root to tip and don't matte at all. You can wash them and use all kinds of heated tools and products on them.
Have you tried Bellami extensions? What do you think of them? I'm tempted to try the Kylie ones next!