Jennifer Pompa suggests that the 20" easiXtend Elite is the extension to start with. It's an 8 piece extension made with human hair that's not been too processed and so looks very natural. Jennifer is wearing a Kim Kardashian look with flowing curls. The extensions can be purchased as Extensions. Blow dryer, flat iron or curling can be done to these extensions because it's real hair. The extensions come in many colors but also can be dyed to match your hair. To remove them, Jennifer unclips the pressure sensitive clips and then removes the extensions to reveal her medium length hair. She added curls to her own hair so that it would blend in with the curls in the extensions. To curl her own hair as well as the extensions Jennifer used the HAI Elite curling iron ROD. She laid out the extensions on the table in order by size: 2 6" extensions, 1 7", 1 9" and 4 1-1/2". Starting with the 6" at the nape of the neck, the smaller ones towards the bottom, then the 9" and on the sides she would uses the 1-1/2 extensions. She clips most of her hair up out of the way and leave some hair starting from nearly the top of her ears, this is her own hair at this point, down. The 6" one is now put evenly with the hair hanging down starting from the middle of the extension out to the ends. Loosens more hair slightly above previous part and attached the second 6" extension. The process is repeated two more times using the 7" and 9" extensions. In order for her hair on the sides to blend in with the rest of her hair, now Jennifer clips the 1-1/2 extensions by lifting her hair up and clips to blend in on both sides of her head. The sides can be pulled back for a seamless effect. It's long gorgeous hair that can be styled in updos, ponytails, etc. Jennifer says she's sure you're really going to love these extensions.
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