Hopefully your first experience with clip-in hair extensions is a good one. They are a wonderful accessory and can completely boost your confidence. But, there is nothing worse than BAD hair extensions, of any kind for that matter, especially clip-ins. Be careful if your hairstylist offers to make you some, or get some for you. You could end up spending $600+ like this woman did, only to find yourself with something that looks worse than a old doll hair. Not to mention, impossible to clip in properly. Quality of the hair is always the most important factor. But take a look at these custom stylist-made clip-in extensions. (THESE ARE NOT CASHMERE HAIR CLIP IN EXTENSIONS!!) The clips are fairly large, with the teeth of the comb hanging quite a lot over the edge. Making these clips not very practical or comfortable. The wefts are poorly hand sewn onto the clips, and there is significant space in between each weft, making them not only bulky, but more likely to come away from your scalp, and noticeable.
These are apparently brand new, and never been worn….and even from the photos you can tell that the quality of the hair and the custom dye job is not good at all. They look very tangled, thin and stringy already!
Seriously, the sideways clips on the ends don’t make much sense at all. And if you take a closer look, you will notice that 2 tracks are only sewn to the top portion of the sideways clips. It will be nearly impossible to get these to stay secured onto your own hair for any length of time.
We aren’t even sure what that purple thread is doing in there, but it shouldn’t be there. . . LOL.
These may have been handmade by a professional hairstylist, but are in no way professional grade extensions. Would you like to see what professional grade clip-in hair extensions really look like?
We have even shown you another comparison, a brand that we get compared to frequently. They may be cheaper, but you can certainly see why…there is a lot less hair on each track, only one weft per track compared to Cashmere Hair’s super thick track. They also use unpainted clips, which are a bit more damaging to your hair. The coated clips on Cashmere Hair’s clip-ins offer a softer & more gentle hold.