When it comes to fine hair you need to find best human hair extensions that are lightweight and non damaging. Fine hair can not hold a lot of weight so you need to find a method that is thin and lightweight.
Clips tend to be bulky and can actually cause bald spots in best human hair extensions. Keratin and fusion extensions do not work well for fine hair, as you see they will slide right out.
Best human hair extensions are great for fine hair. They are thin, lightweight, and move with your own hair. You can wear hair up or down and you cannot see them.
It is perfect for adding length and volume to fine hair. Best human hair extensions are thin and even grow out with your own hair! It has been the number one option for thin hair women.
I’ve made my own clip in best human hair extensions in the past. It’s significantly cheaper to sew pieces of a weft (package) of hair to the clips yourself. I believe about 5 years ago I paid around $65 and can reuse the clips once the hair frays. I used them for around 2 months until my hair was a manageable length again.
Also, I thought I’d mention 2 things that improved my best human hair extensions fine hair considerably. Washing with baking soda and conditioning with ACV was the best thing ever.
My best human hair extensions is so much thicker now and I have my hairline back. Took about a month to see the change, but my hair became fluffier overnight.
I also started supplementing best human hair extensions with Biosil, which is biotin and silica, but saw bigger results from the above. Anyway, wanted to mention it since it’s again, a cheaper option.