Starlights Clip-In Hair Extension by Dancing with the Stars - $49.00
These are the wonderful hair extensions I have used so far.
To be fair, I must state up front that I am comparing this item (Starlights Clip-In Hair Extension by Dancing with the Stars) with its synthetic counterpart. The real hair, in this review, is 49 dollars. The synthetic hair is 14 dollars. Both are R25-Ginger Blonde. My reason for opting for this real hair is that the fake hair seems to get a bit bushy after a month of 3-4 day use. I thought the real hair would hold up better and not frizz out like the synthetic. I've only used the 49 dollar hair for a couple of weeks and it seems to hold up well. I am inclined, however, to stick with the 14 dollar synthetic for 2 reasons 1. The synthetic clip-in seems to be thicker (more hair). 2. The R25 synthetic color seems to be cooler, whereas the real hair had more reddish-coppery shades. Not a big fan of the warmer colored shades. This real hair may be able to be cooled down with an ash toner or a metallic Sades EQ, but I haven't tried that yet. So far, for my 4 or so days use, the synthetic trumps the real hair.
Extra clips for stability
I really liked this as it works very well with thin hair. the color was perfect. lots of length to work with
What color is the model wearing in this item?
The color the model is wearing in the item Starlights Clip-In Hair Extension by Dancing with the Stars is called R22.
Hair Gurus answered on May 04, 2013
how do you clip these in? and do they come in burgendy?<br>
This item has pressure sensitive clips. So you just snap them shut on your hair. At the moment this item is not manufactured in a "Burgundy" shade.
Hair Gurus answered on October 27, 2011
Can you curl and straighten these extensions.
Yes, these extensions are Human Hair which means you are able to style them any way you want using heat.
Hair Gurus answered on October 21, 2014