Hello, hello! So I realized that I put a few videos up on how I got these extensions installed and a Q & A, but I haven't told you my opinion yet. I didn't want to make a big video about it so I decided to blog about it instead!
First, I would like to thank Pure Hair Extensions and Jennifer for this opportunity. It was a really fun experience and I don't regret it. To take you all with me while I get my hair done and everything was exciting and I am glad I could share it with you!
Unfortunately I had the extensions in for two weeks and I ended up taking them out :( . I really wanted to love these extensions but in the end, they just weren't for me. It wasn't like it was a nightmare or anything, I just think it was mostly because I am so use to clip in's and the certain look they gave me that having a different type was awkward. Now, just because they didn't work for me, doesn't necessarily mean they wouldn't work for somebody else. This is only my opinion and everybody has a right to their own.
I feel the hair would be better suited for somebody with medium to thick hair. Since my hair was so fine, when I tried to let my hair air dry (which is the reason I wanted extensions, to grow my natural hair) they didn't blend with my hair. The hair had a wave to it, but medium/thick wavy hair drys differently than finer hair so I had to do a lot to my natural hair to blend it which was what I was trying to move away from.
Also, I feel you would need longer hair for this type of extension because my shorter pieces underneath were showing. Since my natural hair was wavy and the extension hair wasn't as wavy it and dried in thicker waves, it just didn't work out :S.
I had a few pieces fall out as well which wasn't fun...I am happy that I am a do it yourself-er and put them back in myself haha. I think my hair was just too slippery and fine for this type of extension.
All in all I just feel these didn't work well for my hair and better suited for somebody with medium/thicker hair. This is just my opinion.