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How to Add Length and Volume to Your Hair

Are you looking to add a little ‘oomph’ to your hair? If you missed my beauty segment, last week, on Tampa Bay's Morning Blend, I shared some great tips on how you can turn up the volume and add some length to your hair… with hair extensions.

My clients typically have a hair wardrobe. Me included!

What does that mean?

It means they wear a variety of hair extensions that range from taped extensions to clips-in extensions or wigs that they can easily put on to change their look in minutes.

If you’re looking to add volume, length, or change up your hairstyle—here's the down low on the extensions I like to use:

Tape-in hair extensions are a relatively newer technique and the BEST for women with thin or fine hair. The tape extensions are bonded to your natural hair with tape (bonded like sandwiches in between your own hair) The tape wefts and thin and lightweight, leaving no damage.

Temporary methods like clip-ins are worn on a selective basis and allow your hair to 'breathe' and rest when the extensions aren't being worn.

Invisible Halo Hair Extensions - No clips, no glue, and no damage - this temporary extension is the answer to all your hair problems!

The invisible headband slips on & off quickly, blending right in with your own hair. It looks and feels just like real hair!

The hair extensions I use are:

Tape-in extensions

My hairstylist Kristina Burnett who can be found on IG @kittykrissayhair

Clip-in extensions by Christy Brinkley's clip in extensions. Found at Sally's Beauty supply and

Halo Extensions are

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