WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENces BETWEEN CLIP-IN EXTENSIONS AND HALO 2-IN-1 HAIR EXTENSIONS?
Clip-in Hair Extensions
UniWigs Classic Clip-in hair extensions are made of high quality 100% remy/virgin remy human hair with hand-stitched fabric bases. Invisible Clip-in Hair extensions are the same as the Classic Clip-in Extensions, except a clear Silicone weft is used instead of a fabric weft. Both Clip-In Hair Extensions are the simplest hair extensions that you can apply without a stylist. They are also temporary hair extensions, meaning that you can clip them in and out whenever you want, and they will not cause damage to your hair unlike other semi-permanent extensions. They are ideal if you are looking to add length and thickness to your hair without commitment or high cost.
Classic Clip-in hair extensions are a popular choice among women all over the world for brides' and bridesmaids' hairstyles, as they can greatly enhance any hairstyle and hair color. Real human hair extensions are recommended as you can style them with heat just like your own hair.
Halo 2-in-1 Hair Extensions
Halo 2-in-1 Hair Extensions are fast, easy and gentle hair extensions which you can apply by yourself. The most creative trick with halo extensions is you can choose to clip it in with its four pressure sensitive clips alone, or with an invisible wire for extra security, that's the reason why it is called “halo 2-in-1 extensions”.
Halo Extensions with both clips and a wire is a new alternative to classic clip-in extensions. The wire helps to comfortably secure and relieve scalp tension. Halo Extensions are a perfect choice for people who have fine thin hair.
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