I’ve heard a lot about these hair extensions and I’ve been lucky enough to give them a go myself and see what all the fuss is about.
What they said;
“Materials: Selected 100% Human hair, medium metal clip, grade: A hair.
Weight: 120g exclude the weight of 18 clips,
Structure: 10 clip in pieces with 18 clips + 2 test pieces without clips,
Full Length: Actual length is 2 inch longer. For example: full length is 20 inch for 18 inch hair.
Mine were colour p18/22 which is an ash blonde with blonde highlights which matched my hair perfectly. I had the 14” length, which retails at £39.99
I’d normally be concerned about buying extensions online without seeing the colour in person but the colour chart on their site is really accurate, and the fact these have a highlight to them makes them blend in a lot better. They do have an option of ordering a sample colour on their website if you’re not too sure.
You get 10 clip in pieces with 18 clips attached, plus 2 pieces without clips.
Having different sections in the pack means you have the option of just adding a couple of pieces or going for the full glam look by adding all of them. My hair isn’t particularly short but it really added volume and made my hair look so healthy even though it’s in need of a cut! The clips are really good quality and didn’t fall out of place or pull on my hair so much it hurt. The perfect balance!
They’re available in different lengths, 14, 18 and 22”. So there’s the option of getting them a bit longer and cutting them down as time goes on if they get a bit worn. Also if you have a longer length it gives you a bit more to play with (eh-hem!) so you can create more styles.
They are fantastic value for money considering they are 100% natural hair so they’ll last a lot longer than synthetic and are much easier to style. You can even dip dye the bottom if you don’t want to commit to it fully on your real hair. Genius!
I feel I may get addicted to these!
You can purchase I&K extensions at Hairtrade in a range of different colours and lengths