Step 2: Applying the Hair Extensions
Once we landed on my color, next up was clipping in the goods. My stylist separated my hair into 10 sections (one for each extension), and then back-combed my roots before securing the clip-in to each teased area. Then, to blend my natural hair with the extra length, she took sheers to the extensions and created a few face-framing layers. I was surprised at how quick the process was; it took a total of 20 to 25 minutes.
When she first spun me around in the salon chair, my first reaction was that the pin-straight hair looked more "Colors of the Wind" than "Thank U, Next." Then again, I've always liked Pocahontas more anyway.