Where is the best place to buy wholesale clip-in hair extensions?
With over ten years of experience in the business, you can trust New Times Hair as your wholesale clip-in hair extensions supplier!
New Time Hair is an original clip-in hair extensions manufacturer and a wholesale supplier with complete procedures from production to shipping.
We have a variety of clip-in hair extensions in stock with different colors and lengths for immediate shipment. Besides, we can also customize clip-in hair extensions exactly according to your requirement.
How long do clip-in hair extensions last?
With proper care, clip-in human hair extensions can typically last 3-6 months. Our Remy hair clip-in extensions can last over a year with proper care.
Do clip-in extensions damage my client’s hair?
Clip-in hair extension is one of the least damaging hair extensions.
They are for temporary hair extensions, using clips (how they are named) to attach, so they are very easy to attach and remove. Besides, they don’t include any heat or chemicals in the installation process that are bad for hair.
The clips used for clip-in hair extensions have a tiny rubber strip to stop the hair extension from slipping to grant a solid grip on your client’s natural hair.
With such a solid grip, they will not pull or snag at your client’s natural hair, causing damage. Clips are also attached to one weft to evenly distribute weight for comfortable attachment.
However, never sleep with clip-in hair extensions on. Tossing around on the bed will lead to snapping or cause patches. Clip-ins are very easy to put on and take off. Make sure your client takes them off before bed.
How to put on clip-in extensions
Clip-in hair extensions are the easiest to use & the least permanent hair extension method out there. They come in strands with clips pre-attached to the base, making it easy to clip into your natural hair roots. Follow the easy steps below to put on clip-in extensions.
Step 1. Section a part of the hair off in the area where your client wants to attach her clip-in hair extensions. Secure and fix the hair and above the section.
Step 2. Braid the rest of the hair horizontally across the head.
Step 3. Attach the clip-in hair extensions to the base of the braided hair.
Can you sleep with clip-in hair extensions?
Preferably, we do not suggest you sleep with her clip-in hair extensions on. We all toss and turn while asleep. This is natural. But this natural, relaxing movement unfortunately will pull at her hair, and tug at the hair extensions, damaging the hair and even the scalp.
Clip-in hair extensions generally last longer than permanent hair extensions. That’s because the wearer doesn’t wear them at all times. So just take them off, and give them a break while asleep.
How often should my client wash clip-in extensions?
Unlike most other hair extension methods, clip-in hair extensions are super easy to put on and take off. They don’t gather oils from our scalp as our natural hair does.
It is commonly recommended that the wearer washes her clip-in hair extensions every 15-20 wears or when she notices a build-up of hair products. Anyway, the less she passes them, the longer they shall last.
How to wash clip-in hair extensions
Step 1: Comb or brush the hair extension to a smooth state, removing tangles and knots to make an easy wash. Start by brushing with a soft bristle hairbrush or a wide-tooth comb from bottom to top. This will remove tough knots (if any) without snapping or pulling against the hair. To make the job easy, lay all the wefts in line on a flat surface, then do it.
Step 2: Clean the sink or bathtub before washing. Then fill the bathtub with lukewarm water, and add 2-3 pumps of moisturizing, colored, sulfate-free hair-friendly shampoo into the water to make a soapy ‘bath’ for the extensions. Don’t get the clips wet. Hold this part up as washing the extensions. Immerse the extensions into the water and wash gently. When finished, gently lift the hair extensions from the water and drain the sink or bathtub.
Step 3: Hold clip-in hair extensions at the top. Apply proper shampoo and conditioner to each and every weft. Work this gently into all lengths of each weft to clean them thoroughly. Then rinse them up and apply the hair conditioner from the root up to the tip. Set each weft aside on a towel. Gently handle each strand to prevent tangling. Leave the hair conditioner for 5-10 minutes, then wash it off. This will keep the extensions smooth, shiny, and manageable.
Step 4: Rinse off the hair conditioner and all other hair products thoroughly with warm tap water. If the extensions still feel slippery after rinsing, it means there’s still some hair conditioner or other hair products remaining. Keep rinsing it till the water turns clear.
Step 5: After rinsing them thoroughly, gently squeeze them dry from root to tip. Never dry them with a towel. For this may cause knots or damage to the hair. Use a wide-tooth comb or hair brush to smooth them out, getting rid of tangles. Your client can also try using a leave-in conditioner to make it extra soft before drying.
Step 6: Leave the hair extensions to air dry. Set them aside on a towel or a dry flat surface to hang them up in a proper-ventilated area so they can air dry properly. A hair dryer, if applied too closely, can easily cause damage to the extensions.
How to store clip-in hair extensions
A storage box, case, cabinet, closet, dresser, or drawer are great places to store hair extensions.
Keep those in mind:
Ensure to store them in a cool and dry place.
Keep them away from direct sunlight.
Ensure that her extensions are completely dry when storing them to prevent mildew or bacteria.