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    hey guys,
    right... my hair is quite short at the moment, just below shoulder length and it is all pretty much one length which tbh i dont like. i would like some extensions because i think they can look really nice but because my hair is quite thick at the ends where it is all one length im not sure if they will look really fake or not?

    also, how can i tell online which colour is a perfect match for my hair!?

    Thanks all x
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    You could always curl your hair to blend it in with your natural hair.
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    Yeah i could do but i dont always have time to straighten it in the mornings befor work so i wouldnt have time to curl it i might have a chat with my hairdresser and see what she thinks :/ x
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    If you buy real, human hair extensions close enough to your natural hair they really shouldn't be noticable. You can wash, straighten and curl them unlike plastic hair and its not that dear. Get the clip in ones and you can be really flexible with them. I've had mine for three years, they last ages if you look after them.
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    Thanks starguitar i have spoken to my hairdresser and she said she will get me some that match my hair colour so thats good x
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    Also, if you locate a seller whose products & prices you like, you could send a pic of your hair and you'll probably receive a couple of samples that are closest to the pic, then you match them yourself. That's what I did the very first time I bought mine online. Her samples were free, thought just little pieces to help me match the colour. Been buying from her ever since. And, yeah, if you get the real Human Hair hten it shouldn't have a problem blending in with your own hair, and they'll last.
 
 
 
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