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Hair extensions are amazing if you want a quick transformation for a special occasion or when you need a complete change of look overnight. What they are also great for is helping you go from short hair to long locks, while you’re growing out your hair or just feel like juggling between long and short.
If you have a short, blunt haircut, you might find it a little challenging to go from short hair to extensions, and blending your human hair extensions seamlessly with the rest of your hair can seem tough. The truth is that adding extensions to short hair is a really easy process so just scroll down for a step by step guide on how to put in hair extensions in short hair.
Before adding extensions in short hair please take into consideration the following:
Now that you found the best hair extensions for very short hair, here are a few basic tips on how to hide extensions in very short hair.
Before you clip in extensions in short hair, we recommend you to first pin the hair from the nape of your neck away. This is a great way to hide the shorter pieces that always seem to pock trough the natural hair clip ins if they remain loose. To do this just section off the lower part of your hair and braid it, then pin it with some bobby pins. This is where you will clip the first human hair extensions weft from your set.
It’s a good idea to style your clip in natural hair extensions before you apply them. If you normally wear a curl, just use a curling iron to give all the human hair wefts a little texture, or if you prefer them straight, use a flat iron to straighten them. If you do this beforehand once applied, each weft will match the style of your natural hair and will blend in faster.
Each person is different so when it comes to weft placement you need to find out what works best for you. Always make sure that the hairpieces for short hair have a secure hold so tease your roots and apply a bit of texture hair spray to keep them intact. Normally, we suggest starting with the 3 clip wefts at the bottom and then move on to the 4 clip weft that usually works best in line with your ears.
Use the smaller hair extensions wefts to add volume to the sides. The key to blending clip in extensions in short hair is to strategically place the wefts so that they look natural and cover as much of your natural short hair as possible with the extensions. This means that the hair extensions for short hair will be placed a bit higher on your head than usual but that is totally fine. As long as you leave enough of your own hair on top to cover the wefts you should be fine. You also need to style all the hair together, so that the blunt ends mix nicely with the longer strands of hair.
If you followed the steps above, you should be able to rock your long hairdo without anyone noticing you are wearing extensions for short hair! When it comes to wearing clip in hair extensions for short hair there are many tricks you can use to get them to look seamless. Here are some of the most common:
We all have been through bad haircuts or that awkward stage of growing out our hair where we don’t feel like showing it off to anybody. Clip in hair extensions will help you camouflage any bad haircut and help you get beautiful long locks instantly. Nothing is impossible, so start enjoying hair extensions and their power to transform any look in no time!
LISA – It depends on how short your hair is and how drastic you want the change to be once you add the extensions. Keep in mind that shorter hair normally blends harder with long extensions, so the smaller the difference, the better the result!
What’s the best length to get for short hair 14in 16in or 18 ?
ANNAMARIA – If you don’t feel comfortable with trimming the extensions yourself, just take them to your favorite salon and have your hairstylist cut them for you. He’ll know precisely how much and where to trim them so that they match your hair perfectly!
I’m so afraid to get the scissors and trim my extensions! What if I make a wrong move?!
CARLA – In case you cannot braid the bottom layer of your hair, just use two wefts at a close distance from each other, to make sure you add the right amount of hair in order to mask the back of your head and to give the final outcome a natural, layered look.
My hair is very thick and short, so I cannot braid the back. How can I make sure to cover it perfectly with the extensions?
CLARISSA – The best extensions to blend with a blunt haircut are the thicker ones, in our case – the Royal collection. With the wefts being so full, you can easily mask the short hair by thoroughly brushing it alongside the extensions!
What is the best line to get in order to blend it in better with my short, blunt haircut?