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Frequently Asked Questions

There are so many options when it comes to picking the perfect hair extensions! The more you know the easier it is to pick the right extensions for you. We are here to help! We’ve created a comprehensive guide to help answer all the most commonly asked questions about clip-in hair extensions.

Choosing Your Hair Extensions

The halo and clip in extensions are very different styles. It really depends on what you are looking for when it comes to your hair extensions. Halo and clip-ins are two of the most popular options. Both have their pros and cons.

The halo and clip in extensions are very different styles. It really depends on what you are looking for when it comes to your hair extensions. Halo and clip-ins are two of the most popular options. Both have their pros and cons.

Another positive of choosing halo extensions is they are gentle. If you have a sensitive scalp, ordinary clip-in extensions may be a little too harsh for your hair. The single clip doesn’t necessarily need to be used if it is not for you. The clip can be easily unpicked if you would like to remove it otherwise it will just help hold your extensions in place.

The halo range is similar to our clip in full head range, the 16 inch is 140 grams of hair and the 22 inch is 160 grams. This provides thickness and length to you. It is slightly harder to blend the halo for hair shorter than shoulder length however, if you are still set on the halo, we recommend purchasing the 16 inch and curling the extensions to help blend.

On the flipside, our clip in range is more diverse and can transform short hair into long hair, long hair into even longer hair or add volume! Clip ins do require a little more time in front of the mirror. However, if you have the time this range can create a discrete look. Having multiple wefts help make the hair blend with your own more naturally. With practice, clipping in these extensions won’t take long.

We offer 3 clip in collections, we have the full volume, deluxe, and ultimate clip-in ranges. They vary in weight and length. No matter what you choose, you can expect 100% Remy human hair, which is the finest quality of hair extensions on the market. Here’s what you can expect from each of these extensions.

Full Volume Clip-In Hair Extensions
If you have fine or medium-fine hair, this is a great way to add both length and volume. You can choose to add 16 inches (120 grams) or 20 inches (140 grams) of length to your hair this way. These bundles include:
• Two 8-inch wefts (4 clips)
• Two 6-inch wefts (3 clips)
• Two 4-inch wefts (2 clips)
• Two 1-inch wefts (1 clip)

Deluxe Volume Clip-In Hair Extensions
This is another great option if you want to add length and volume to your hair, whether it is short or long, thick or thin. You can get even more volume from these extensions thanks to the volumiser piece. These extensions are available in 16 inches (175 grams), 20 inches (200 grams), and 24 inches (220 grams). Every bundle includes:
• One 9-inch weft (5 clips)
• Two 8-inch wefts (4 clips)
• Two 6-inch wefts (3 clips)
• Two 4-inch wefts (2 clips)
• Two 1-inch wefts (1 clip)

Ultimate Volume Clip-In Hair Extensions
The ultimate range is designed to add volume and length, it is great for those who already have thick hair and struggle to add length without it looking wispy. The hair is double drawn, which means it’s thick from top to bottom. You can get these extensions in 16 inches (180 grams), 20 inches (220 grams), 24 inches (250 grams), and 30 inches (300 grams). These bundles include:
• Two 8-inch wefts (4 clips)
• Two 6-inch wefts (3 clips)
• Two 4-inch wefts (2 clips)
• Two 1-inch wefts (1 clip)

As the weights of the wefts go up, you’re getting more hair with each weft. The individual strands have the same thickness no matter what range you choose.

If you choose seamless clip-in hair extensions, you’ll get wefts that are made from silicone. They are designed to lay flat against your head for a more natural look, hence the word “seamless.”

This depends on what type of extensions you’re getting. We sells clip in extensions in a variety of lengths, including:
• 16 inches
• 18 inches
• 20 inches
• 22 inches
• 24 inches
• 30 inches

Our full volume clip-in hair extensions are available in:
• 16 inches
• 20 inches

Our deluxe volume clip-in hair extensions are available in:
• 16 inches
• 20 inches
• 24 inches

The ultimate volume clip-in hair extensions are available in:
• 16 inches
• 20 inches
• 24 inches
• 30 inches

Our seamless clip-in hair extensions are available in:
18 inches
22 inches

When you’re looking at extensions, Remy is considered the finest quality in the extension world. It means every strand in the wefts is 100% real human hair and all the cuticles are aligned in the natural way that hair grows. Since Remy hair is the most natural form of hair, it looks the most natural on the wearer.

Non-Remy hair might be real human hair, but the roots and the tips aren’t necessarily traveling in the same direction. When the cuticles are running in different directions, the hair needs a larger amount of acid. This strips the hair of its natural oils and causes tangled hair that has a texture like straw.

Remy hair extensions are the softest, shiniest, most tangle-free option for extensions on the market. If you want hair that looks and feels the best, you have to choose Remy hair. It’s an investment that is worth it. No matter what type of extensions you purchase from Pure Hair, you can be confident you are getting 100% real Remy hair.

Our hair extensions may have a slight wave after being washed. This is actually to your benefit because all our hair is 100% Remy human hair. That means you can style it exactly like you would your own hair including using a curling wand or styling iron. If you want the hair to become straight again, all you have to do is use a flat iron.

It’s completely fine for you to leave your extensions curled. There’s no need to wash them after you’ve used a curling iron. Simply brush them gently with a soft bristle brush from the bottom to the top. However, if you are using holding sprays or products to help style your extensions, washing them will reduce build up.

If you don’t want to use heat tools, you can opt to braid your extensions leaving them for a while to adopt a wavy form. For best results let them sit like this overnight. In the morning, you’ll get those classic beachy waves.

We offer 30 colours!

Our comprehensive range includes everything from platinum blonde to the deepest jet black. We also offer ombre and balayage extensions. We are confident we have a match for you!

When ordering online, it can be difficult to find the hair that’s the ideal match for your natural colour. Because of this, we have a flexible return policy. If your clip-in hair extensions aren’t the perfect colour match, you can send them back for a full refund or exchange them for another colour, as long as it is within the 90 days.

All our extensions are made using our signature multi-tonal adapt colouring system, creating natural highlights and lowlights. Although the wefts may look like a block colour, if you look very closely, you’ll notice the subtle difference in colour between strands. This is the best way to create natural-looking extensions that will be the right fit for your real hair.

Hair extension length can be deceiving. For example, while 16-inch extensions may go below the breast bone on some people, on others, it may not look quite as long. If you’ve thought this, you’re not crazy! The difference lies primarily in a person’s height and the length of their torso. The taller you are (or the longer your torso is), the shorter the extensions will look on you and vice versa.

You can determine exactly how long the extensions will look on you by measuring yourself. Put the top of your measuring tape by your ear because this is where most wefts will be applied. Then measure down 16, 20, 24 or 30 inches to get an idea for where each extension length will fall. This will help you select the best extensions before you order!

We recommend getting your extensions cut in, having your extensions cut in helps them blend into your natural style.
If it’s to take some length off that is more than fine. After all, they are real human hair so they can be treated exactly like you’d treat your own hair. However, it’s usually not a good idea to cut your extensions on your own. We recommend visiting a trusted stylist in your area with your extensions already clipped in.

It’s a good idea to create a numbering system for your wefts before you go to the salon. This helps you avoid confusion about which wefts go where later on.



Caring for Your Clip-In Hair Extensions

How long your extensions last will depend on how well you take care of them and how often you wear them. We only carry the highest-quality Remy hair extensions. If you care for them properly, you can expect them to last for up to a year if you are wearing them on a regular basis. If your extensions are for special occasions a set of extensions may last longer than this.

If you want to prolong the life of your extensions, limit the products you use on them like gel and hairspray. Using lots of products on your extensions will result in needing the extensions to be washed more frequently. Excessive washing may cause them to wear out more quickly. You should also be careful about the amount of product you put in your own hair because it will transfer to your extensions.

Because we sell real Remy hair extensions, you can care for them like you would your own hair. The main difference is that your own hair is nourished by the oils your scalp produces. The oils are responsible for making your hair looking “greasy” or “shiny”. Because you don’t have to deal with that oil, you won’t have to wash your extensions as frequently as you wash your own hair.

A lot of people say the less frequently you wash your extensions, the longer they will last. However, if you use a lot of product in your hair extensions, you will need to wash them more frequently so they are not ruined by product build-up. Sometimes the product build-up is obvious and you can see it. Other times, it may not be as noticeable. If you are starting to have a harder time with the styling process, it’s a sign you should give your extensions a good wash!

Don’t worry about washing your extensions right when you open the package. They will come to you sanitized and are completely safe to wear immediately. As a general rule, try to wash your extensions about every 15 wears or once a fortnight.

To wash your extensions, you’ll need the following items:
• Shampoo and conditioner (make sure they are paraben, alcohol, and sulfate free); we have products available on our accessories page that are perfectly suitable for your extensions
• Hair oil
• A wide-tooth comb
• A bowl that will fit your extensions (or a sink that has a stopper)

Using shampoos and conditioners that are free of alcohol and sulfates can prolong the life of your extensions. Alcohols, parabens, and sulfates are three ingredients that strip hair of its natural oils. This is especially damaging to extensions because they don’t produce those oils on their own. In the end, they will make your extensions look dry and tangled.

Shampoos and conditioners that are hydrating will yield the best results. You can even find some shampoos and conditioners that are intended for hair extensions or colour-treated hair.

Sometimes parabens, alcohol and sulfate can hide under a variety of different names in the ingredients list. Because of this, you should look out for the following:
• Sodium lauryl sulfate / sodium laureth sulfate (SLS)
• Ethanol
• Denatured alcohol
• SD alcohol 40
• Propanol
• Propyl
• Isopropyl

All of these ingredients should be avoided when selecting your shampoo and conditioner.

Preparing the Extensions
Before you begin with the washing process, you need to brush out your extensions just like you would your own hair. This is important because your extensions are the most fragile when they are wet. By brushing them out before you wash them, you will help minimise breakage and shedding.

After you’ve brushed out the extensions, layer the wefts on top of each other. This will help you avoid tangles while you wash.

Next, prepare your washing area. Whether you’re using your sink or a large bowl, make sure it is clean. Rinse and disinfect your sink right before you wash your extensions to ensure there’s no dirt or germs. It might be easier to use a large bowl that you know is clean, and place it inside your sink to avoid getting water everywhere.

Once your sink or bowl has been cleaned, fill it with water. You’ll need to plug the sink if you’re using one. The water should be lukewarm. If it’s too hot, it will harm the cuticle of the hair and dry it out. Water that’s too cold can also be damaging.

Shampooing the Extensions
Mix the water with a few squirts of shampoo. You can stir the water with your hand to fully incorporate the shampoo. Now it’s time to introduce your extensions to the soapy water. You can rinse each weft individually, a few at a time, or all of them at once if you put a hair tie around the bundle of wefts. However, by washing the wefts individually, you’ll avoid tangles.

Hold your wefts from the top while you submerge them in the water. Use your hands to gently work the shampoo into each section of hair. Be careful to not rub them too roughly. If you’re shampooing each weft individually, set the shampooed wefts down on a towel while you work on the next section of hair.

Don’t worry about washing the actual clip part of the extensions. The wefts themselves are made of fabric and washing them too much could damage them. However, if you find that the clips also have product build-up, you can gently wash the clips as well.

Conditioning Your Extensions
Now it’s time for conditioner! Remember that your extensions need all the hydration and moisturization they can get. So, don’t be shy with the conditioner—use a generous amount! Work the conditioner into each weft of your extensions. Again, make sure you are gentle with the hair.

You should leave the conditioner in the extensions for a while before rinsing as you would your natural hair. Ideally, you should wait five to ten minutes before washing out the conditioner, but longer is fine.

As an additional step, we recommend using a deep conditioning mask for best results. This will help the hair in your extensions stay even softer and more moisturised. Use a generous amount of the product just like you did with the conditioner. Make sure you massage the hair mask throughout each weft.

If you have the time, bundle your extensions together and place them in a shower cap. Let them absorb this product overnight. In the morning, it’s finally time to rinse! Thoroughly wash out each weft making sure there’s no residue left behind. Using cold water is best for this step because it will close the cuticles of the hair and seal in the moisture. This will leave your extensions looking shiny and beautiful!

Now you have to dry out your extensions. It’s important for you to get rid of any excess water in the extensions by carefully squeezing them. Don’t make the mistake of rubbing your extensions with a towel. It’s a good idea to use a microfiber hair wrap or towel (if you have one) to safely rid the hair of excess water. Microfiber is gentler on hair than other types of towels.

Once the excess water is gone, you can set all the wefts on a flat surface. Gently pat and squeeze (do not rub!) to get rid of even more moisture. If you have a problem with the extensions becoming frizzy, try adding a tiny amount of hair oil or our leave-in conditioner to each weft at this stage. For best results, you should allow your extensions to air dry. To improve the natural drying process you can hang your extensions from pant hangers that have clips or we also have a storage hanger on the accessory page that is used for storage and can also be helpful to hang the drying hair extensions from.

Of course, there may be times when you’re in a hurry and you don’t have the time to let your extensions dry on their own. If you’re going to use a hairdryer, it’s vital that you start with heat protectant spray. This will help prolong the life of your extensions. You should also use a cooler setting on your hairdryer. Wait until your extensions are almost completely dry before you brush them. You should not be brushing while you use the hairdryer!

It’s a good idea to begin the drying process toward the root of the hair and move the dryer downward to reach the ends. This will help minimize tangles and keep the cuticle smooth.

Styling Your Dry Extensions
After you wash your extensions, you can style them however you’d like. Make sure to brush them in the morning if you dried them overnight. If you want to make sure they are as straight as possible, it’s okay to lightly comb the extensions while they dry. Use a wide-tooth comb and work from the top to the bottom. If you want to use a straightener, make sure you use a heat protectant spray.

If you’d rather have waves, you can braid your extensions while still damp. If you leave them like this overnight, in the morning they will have gorgeous, natural-looking beach waves. Experimenting with a variety of curl patterns and styles is one of the best parts about having extensions.



Wearing Your Clip-In Extensions

As long as you’re clipping in your extensions properly, no one should be able to notice them. The bases of the wefts are thin and lie flat against your head. No one will see them! The sturdy clips have a silicone grip so you can be sure they will stay in place all day long.

Because the clips are also placed in between layers of your own hair, they will blend nicely with your hair. You can be confident in your long, luscious hair!

If you’re concerned about the visibility of the extensions, we have a seamless range which is more discrete and is great for those with fine hair!

If you’re using hair extensions for the first time, the application process can seem a bit daunting. But with a bit of practice you can have your extensions in and styling in no time!

Before you apply the extensions, brush them out with a soft paddle brush. This is the gentlest way to remove any tangles. When brush it is best to start at the bottom and progressively move towards the roots as you detangle the extensions, this avoids pulling knots onto knots. Which can be a nightmare! Then lay out all your wefts on a flat surface and group them according to size.

To prep your own hair, you’re going to need to separate your hair into thirds. Part the top as you would naturally wear your hair. It should be completely dry. Then separate a portion of your hair that is perpendicular to your part and pull it in front of your ear. Clip this hair together so it stays in place. Do the same thing on the opposite side of your head: pull the hair in front of your ear and clip it.

Now give the back of your hair some attention! Keep some of your hair down in the back but clip the rest on top of your head. This is the place where you’ll want to clip your first weft of hair. The first weft to go in will be a 3-clip weft.

Fasten the middle clip first this helps you get the weft in the centre of your part. After you’ve secured all the clips, smooth the hair down with your fingers or a soft paddle brush.

Next, you’ll want to layer another part for the next weft. Find the weft that matches this part of your hair, it will be the second 3-clip weft. Secure the centre clip first again.

Keep working your way up in the back of your head by moving half an inch to an inch up and clipping in extensions until you’ve used up the 4-clip wefts and if you have a deluxe volume set also clip in the 5-clip weft. You don’t always have to use all the wefts if you are wanting a less voluminous look for the day, it is totally up to your discretion. The single clip wefts and the 2-clip wefts are for the sides of your hair. They will add more volume and help the front blend with the back.

Create a new section of hair on the side of your head about half an inch above your ear. Clip in one of your 2-clip wefts. Make a second section a bit higher and clip in the 1-clip weft more forward in the section. Repeat this process on the opposite side of your head.

Now you can style your hair as desired. If you have some difficulty with this process the first time, just keep practicing! You’ll keep getting faster!

We also have a video on our YouTube channel that illustrates just how we put in the clip ins.

When you’ve invested in high-quality extensions, it’s really frustrating if you can’t blend them very well with your natural hair. There are generally a few different reasons why this might happen. It’s important to remember that everyone’s hair is different.

One common problem is layers. If you have your natural hair styled with layers, you will need to also layer your extensions. If you don’t, your extensions may look out of place. If you have a lob or a blunt haircut, a good trick is to curl your hair this integrates your natural hair into your extensions better than wearing the extensions straight.

Your hairdresser may be able to suggest a haircut that will help blend your extensions into your natural hair, however, this isn’t necessary, and the extensions can be worn with most haircuts. A well-blended haircut can help your extensions look seamless with the rest of your hair.

Having the right set of extensions can make all the difference when it comes to blending! We have a guide that helps select the right set for you, if you are still unsure feel free to email us.

Fortunately, if you’re having a hard time blending your extensions, there are several things you can do to help. Your first stop may be to bring the extensions to a professional stylist. They will be able to trim or layer the extensions to match your hair. This will help create that natural flow you want with extensions.

Sometimes the placement of the wefts can also affect the end result. Try clipping your extensions in a little higher. It may be better with your head size and shape. Stacking your wefts on top of each other is another way you can change your application for a more seamless blend.

Sometimes curling your hair will help hide the division between your natural hair and the extensions. Afterward, when you brush them out together, you’ll have created a gorgeous flow. No one will be able to tell where your natural hair ends and the extensions begin!

If all else fails, sometimes you may just need to wash your extensions. This can make the extension seem thicker, which may be more like your natural hair texture.



Colouring Your Extensions

We don’t guarantee that you can dye your extensions because it depends on what sort of products are being used and how the condition the extensions are in, if you’ve had them for a while. If you do decide you want to dye them, we recommend dyeing them darker, avoiding bleach. Bleach is can reduce the longevity of the extensions as it is quite a harsh product and the extensions have already been exposed to treatments. Adding darker a darker colour is not as invasive.

Toning is also not guaranteed however, if you are wanting to tone them going to a hairdresser is your best option! If you do decide to do it on your own, we recommend using a shampoo that avoids any sulfates, parabens, or alcohols. While keeping an eye on them allow the extensions to soak. Be mindful that the extensions may grab onto the toner quite quickly, so it is important to keep checking on them.

If you are planning on dying your seamless extensions, it may be trickier than dying standard extensions because they have silicone at the base. Silicone won’t absorb the dye and, thus, the colour can’t be changed. On the other hand, standard extensions can be easily dyed.

For best results, you should go to a salon. It is important to find someone who has previous experience with extensions.

Need to do it at home? Although dying Remy hair extensions is pretty easy, you should still be cautious with how you go about it to preserve the quality of your extensions. Just like dying can damage your real hair, dying (especially bleaching/lightening!) can damage your extensions.

Before you dye all your extensions, it’s important to colour a test strand this includes at the hairdressers. This way, if you don’t like the results, you can make adjustments.

Before you go to dye your extensions, you should wash them even if you haven’t worn them. Follow our instructions on how to properly wash your extensions. Remember to use sulfate-free, paraben-free and alcohol-free products for best results.

If you know you’re going to want to dye your extensions, it’s better to start with a lighter set that you can darken than start with a darker set and highlight them. If you already have highlights in your hair, choose extensions that match the lightest part of your hair instead of the darker colour. Then you can have your colourist apply lowlights.

For the least damaging results, you should also choose a semi-permanent or demi-permanent dye with a low-volume developer. You’ll still get great colour results, but you won’t damage the hair as much. A 10-volume developer will allow you to deposit colour without altering the integrity of the hair.

It’s also important that you apply colour to both sides of the weft and in one direction. If you don’t, you’ll end up with patchy colour that clearly isn’t natural. If you apply the colour in an upward motion, you could be damaging the hair and leaving it frizzier and more tangled.

It’s also better to start with a small amount of dye and build the colour. If you add a lot of dye to start with, it’ll be hard to go lighter.

Many people use over-the-counter dyes or toners because they’re more affordable. When it comes to dye the cheaper isn’t always the better option. It may damage your extensions and decrease their longevity. Investing in professional hair dye and having a colourist apply it is the best way to ensure your extensions stay looking great for as long as possible. In the long run, this will save you money.

Moisturising your extensions is important in general, but it’s especially key after you’ve dyed them. Regularly applying a sulfate and paraben free deep conditioning treatment will help the hair retain the maximum amount of moisture and keep the extensions healthy for a long time. The best deep conditioning treatments will be intended for dry or damaged hair. You can also use moisturising products like Argan oil or Moroccan oil!

You should also be careful not to over-wash your coloured extensions. The more frequently you wash them, the faster the colour you invested in will fade. It will also strip the hair of the natural oils. Please note that if you choose to dye your extensions a lighter color (like a pastel), it will probably fade much quicker than a darker color.

If you’ve dyed your hair in the past, you may have used purple shampoo. Your extensions don’t need this. Purple shampoo can tangle the hair and make the colour look patchier. Just like you want a professional colourist to dye your hair, you want a professional stylist to tone your extensions. If you prefer to do it yourself with purple shampoo, test a small weft of hair first before you go all out with the purple shampoo.

Purple shampoo balances out golden undertones to make the hair look cooler. There are so many different variations of blonde, which is why it’s so important to have a professional dye and tone your extensions. You’ll end up with a much more seamless appearance.

Dying your extensions is a decision you should make carefully. There’s no guarantee that the colour will turn out the way you want it to. Even if the colour looks right, it could still damage the integrity of the hair extensions. There’s always a good chance that the dye with shorten the lifespan of the extensions.

Because of this, we cannot accept hair that has been dyed even if it’s within 90 days of your purchase. You cannot return or exchange extensions that have been altered in any way including colouring.

If you have more questions about our products or want hair advice based on your needs, contact us! We are experts in clip-in hair extensions and are happy to answer all your hairy questions.

Clip in Hair Extensions by Pure Hair

Pure Hair have Australia's largest selection of the best quality clip in hair extensions. All of our clip hair extensions are made from the highest grade 100% remy human hair. Our clip in hair extensions are made with seamless wefts that are discreet and give a flawless look every time. Choose from our wide range of colours including blonde, brown, red and black hair extensions. We have full head clip in hair extensions in lengths from 16 inch to 30 inch. We also have a wide range of clip in ponytails, one piece hair extensions and clip in bangs

At Pure Hair, our aim is to provide the widest range of high-quality clip in hair extensions in a variety of stunning styles, colours, and lengths. Our clip in hair extensions are made from the best quality 100% remy human hair. Our seamless weft design results in hair extensions that are invisible, and our silicone coated clips minimises tangling and shedding.

 

 

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