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Halo Hair or Clip-in Hair?



Halo Hair or Clip-in Hair? Which one's BEST?

I've worn a LOT of different hair extensions in my life, and the burning question still remains... which kind of remy hair extension is best??? Since "one size does not fit all", or in this case "type" does not fit all, then you really need to explore the pros and cons of each extension type before you buy!

Let's look at two very popular hair extension types, clip-in and halo hair, and see if we can find a winner.

Clip-in Human Hair Extensions

  • Number of pieces: 8, 10, or 12 individual weft pieces (depending on how big the gram weight)

  • How is it applied: With small metal snap clips. The clips have a silicone strip on the base that helps to protect your hair from breakage.

  • Time to put on: 5 minutes

  • Heavy on your head: Small gram weights (100 to 240) no, not really. Large gram weights (280 and up) yes, can get heavy especially wearing for long periods of time.

  • Style ability: Pretty flexible. You can make up hairdo's or down hairdo's. You can use all the pieces or use less pieces. You can add different colors and lengths.

  • Damage to hair: The clips can cause breakage for all hair types if you continually clip them into one spot. Clips can cause breakage to fine or fragile hair no matter where you clip them.

  • Visible under your hair? No, unless you clip them too high on your head, not leaving enough hair to cover them.

  • Do they look natural: Yes, the multiple wefts sit layered in your hair. Your natural hair mixed with the extension hair and it looks very natural.

Halo Hair Extensions

  • Number of pieces: 1 weft piece

  • How is it applied: With a invisible, clear, adjustable thread that sits under your hair like a halo.

  • Time to put on: 5 minutes

  • Heavy on your head: Small gram weights (100 to 240) no, not really. Large gram weights (280 and up) yes, can get heavy especially wearing for long periods of time.

  • Style ability: Limited to down hairdo's, it is very hard to pull the hair up since the single weft does not have clips to clip into your hair. You can however, slide the weft over to one side and create amazing side braids and ponytails. It is difficult to add more wefts for color, layers, or extra volume. The halo weft, when applied, will be a single layer between your hair. This makes it a bit more difficult to blend the extensions into your natural hair, especially if you are trying to mix colors. Clip-ins have multiple layers that easily blend into your hair. If you are a clip-in wearer, this application will take time to get used to.

  • Damage to hair: None because there are no clips. Good for those with fragile hair.

  • Visible under your hair? No, unless you apply the single weft too high on your head, not leaving enough hair to cover the extension.

  • Do they look natural: Yes, they will give you instant hair.

There you have the main "pros and cons" of these two types of extensions. As you can see there are some distinct differences. You need to decide which hair type will work BEST for you and your unique style. In this "one size fits all" world, it's nice to know you have a choice!

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