5 MUST KNOW hair extensions tricks for FINE and THIN hair | Milk + Blush

5 MUST KNOW hair extensions tricks for FINE and THIN hair | Milk + Blush

(upbeat, high tempo music) – Hi guys. Welcome to the channel. Today’s video is going to
be all about how to use your Milk and Blush hair extensions, if, like me, you’ve got fine or thin hair. I know from experience that
it can be really irritating if you’ve got hair like mine to put the hair extensions in, and conceal the wefts and making sure that they look flawless. But I’m going to show you some
really, really clever tips on how to conceal the wefts and make sure your hair
looks amazing all the time. Okay, straight into tip number one. If, like me, you’ve got fine hair, sometimes these bits of
hair at the bottom can poke out of your extensions. I mean, that can happen anyway, whether you’ve got
thick hair or thin hair. But I find with my hair
it looks especially bad, because they’re wispy, so what you can do for this, is if you’re putting
your wefts in as normal, just gonna pin my hair up so you can see, you’re gonna take this bit of hair, and just twist it around, and kind of pop it up like that. It doesn’t have to be neat because you’re not going to see it, and then you just pop in
some bobby pins to secure it. So, if you can see that, you’ve got a nice little base there. And then you just put your
first weft on top of that. So as well as hiding
those little bits of hair at the bottom, you’re also giving the wefts something to cling onto as well. I mean, you can do this
whether you’ve got thick hair or fine hair. It’s a good tip to use whenever you’re using hair extensions. Right, top tip number two. When you’ve got fine hair like me, or it’s thinner, don’t feel like you need
to use all of the wefts to make your hair look thicker. For example, there are all the ones I use
and you can see that’s plenty. The nice thing about Milk
and Blush hair extensions is that they’re so thick. You don’t actually have to use
all of them so you can judge what style you’re doing or
what look you want to go for, and see how many you’re happy with. On to tip number three, if you’ve got fine hair and
it’s quite soft naturally, you might worry that the
wefts will slip a little bit when you’re wearing them
throughout the course of the day. If you put a little bit
of product in the root, it will give something
for the weft to grip on so you’ve got that extra bit of security. I like to use a little bit of dry shampoo. You can get so many
different dry shampoos now. It’s not just for kind
of greasy hair days. This one is actually a volumizing one which is really nice
for fine or thin hair. So I’ll show you how I do it. Pull a section of my hair
where I need to put the weft, and just clip that out of the way. And then just pop a little
bit of the dry shampoo right in the root. And you’ll feel already that
your hair has got that little bit extra texture. And then you just pop
your weft on top of that. And just clip that in as normal. And then you’ve just got
that extra bit of hold, extra bit of security for your wefts. So, on to tip number four. This is similar to the dry
shampoo in that this tip gives you a little bit of security blanket when you’re wearing hair extensions. It stops you worrying
about your hair extensions slipping out or falling out, and it’s back combing. So I like to use a couple
of different things when I’m back combing. I either use a simple comb like this or a back combing brush. I’d really recommend getting one of these. They’re really good for back combing, really good for different styles and updos and everything like that. So I’ll show you how I do it. Just gonna pop that out of the way. And take your backcombing tool, and just gently backcomb the root. So it’ll stop your wefts from slipping, and look. It doesn’t slip at all. Tip five. Crimping. Don’t panic. Trust me, it works. If you don’t like backcombing, I know some people don’t like
the knots that it leaves, or find it hard to wash out or brush out, get yourself one of these little crimpers. These give you instant root lift, and they’re really, really handy for putting your extensions in, and not having to put extra
product or anything like that in your hair. They’re also good for different
volume of styles as well. So I’ll show you how I do it. Just grab the piece of hair that your weft is going to clip onto, and go as close to the root as your can, and just hold that for
a couple of seconds. As you can see, that’s given me root lift. And then you just clip
the weft on top of that, flip your hair over, and you’ve got pretty
much effortless volume. So I’ve utilised my top tips to put my hair extensions in. As you can see, my hair looks far from fine. It looks really thick, really volumous. And I find it really helps
as well to pop in a nice curl in your hair as well to make it look that bit bigger. I’ve used a larger barrel tong, and curled away from my face. This gives you more volume. And just brushed it out slightly. And, as you can see, it looks lovely and thick. So that’s the finished look. If you enjoyed the video, don’t forget to like,
share, and subscribe, and don’t forget to follow
us on Instagram as well. Any questions or comments, or any videos you’d like to see, pop them below, or head to the Milk and Blush website, and I’d love to have a chat with you all. See you next time. (upbeat music)

67 thoughts on “5 MUST KNOW hair extensions tricks for FINE and THIN hair | Milk + Blush

  1. What is it with this company that they change their name and girls promoting their products on regular basis? Are they the owner's new girlfriends or what? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. thank you so much for this…I love your eyebrows and I have fine blonde hair and skin like yours so I never know how to do my eyebrows. Do u have a tutorial for your eyebrows??

  3. How do you wear extensions with curly hair and you don't want to blowdry hair straight. I have great curls but want long hair and don't want to straighten it then add curls way too much heat and time. Can I just add curls to the extensions?

  4. Hi! I absolutely love your hair extensions in this video,i love the way you have them curled! Did you do this with the wand and if so,i saw you mentioned you curl before clipping them in, right? I wear many extensions and just got my first order through you guys and I'm ready to change up the straight hair so if you have any other helpful hints on how you get yours exactly the way they are at the end of this video please do share ๐Ÿ˜˜ Thanks love!

  5. I have never had long hair and now have thinning on top of my head. I'm Blackband middle aged and the sides and back if my hair just started growing. I'm working on making my own clip in extensions. I really like your tips. Thanks!!

  6. Hi. I've tried clip in extensions without luck. I have used every trick and tip that you suggest and more. My hair is the same color and texture as yours as well. I switched to a halo extensions because my head was itching from the clips and when the wind blew you could see the wefts. I was always feeling my hair and self conscious about the clips showing or falling out. So I switched to the halo, however I don't like the look as well. I also cannot afford a few hundred dollars for the name brand extensions. Do you cut your wefts to flow with your natural hair? Any suggestions for me?

  7. Love the color in the background, it compliments you're look. Your makeup ok Beautiful and simple, is there a tutorial on that?

  8. I'm a new customer of milk and blush hair extensions. I have recently bought the new classic set with the seamless upgrade and I am completely in love with them. I'm specially happy with theses video that are helping me a lot because I have thin and fine hair. The first time I wore my extensions out on a night out I came home with lipstick on one the extensions and was hoping you could do a video that will help me and others how to be able to sort out the problem when make up gets in the hair the best and safest way with out damaging the extensions.

  9. Instead of using dry shampoo….I use hairspray on the roots before I clip in the hair. It lasts all day! I prefer using Aussie Freeze hair spray. It has a super strong hold.

  10. Hi, when you said you're not using all the set of extensions, which one are you using please ? Because I think I need exactly the same quantity as you (the fullhead set is too much)
    Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š

  11. Hey Mim! I thought I read somewhere in one of your videos that you had toned one of your slayer sets. Can you describe that process? I'm just a bit confused since the instructions say not to wet them at all.
    Thanks a bunch

  12. Not being a hater but my milk and blush extentions were crap! They shed all the time has split ends and we're super thin and frizzy and I'm good at looking after them!

  13. |Another lovely video of the hair from the front, but it doesn't nothing to show it from the back. The back is at least 1/3 of the look. Please show the back.

  14. Would you recommend the classic set or the triple weft set for thin fine hair, Iโ€™ve seen you with both in and both look gorgeous on you, Iโ€™m going for volume especially towards the ends at the front of my hair as theyโ€™re fine due to damage.

  15. Excellent video ! I have fine hair too and I crimp my hair as well like this ! it really works !
    I was wondering, what size of curling wand did you use?
    thanks ๐Ÿ˜€

  16. I was hoping this video is really for thin-haired girls but it's not๐Ÿ˜• seriously, i wish i had at least this much of hair

  17. Thank u for helping those of us with what seems like 10 hairs on their heads!! We value all the tips & tricks we can get! And u are so beautiful – reminds me of my daughters ๐Ÿ˜Š

  18. She's gorgeous. I love the extensions and I love the way you reply to people politely even If they're kinda mean :'D ๐ŸŒน

  19. Nice video with a good spokesperson. Would have been better to see the actual placement of the extensions however. Thanks. https://goo.gl/fMCKJf

  20. Way to go my darlin just exatly what i was searching for the whole show….Great job keep it up….beautiful…

  21. I'm stuck between tape in's and clip ins. My hair is so short and damaged that I don't think clip ins would be suitable. I had so much trouble with my last clip in set and i don't want to have short hair anymore. Not sure as to what i should do

  22. You have beautiful voice ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š i want buy some clip in too.. so i want to find everything about it.. thank you for some tips โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

  23. I LOVEEE ZALA's SAME DAY SHIPPING IN SYDNEY – as a hairdresser this is perfect when i client needs tapes at the last minute

  24. UMMMM if you havent got a set of ZALA clip ins, your seriously not making yourself up to your potential, your whole look will be boosted 10 x with extra long curls.

  25. you're lucky to be so beautiful … QUESTION I want a human hair blonde hairpiece that sits on top of the head (not the front) to give that thick raised high look at the back and long. Could you please do a video showing one of those so I'll know which one to buy- I'm lost. Don't know what they're called or anything… Thanks

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  27. yeah sure…she knows exactly the problems of "thin" hair because HER HAIR is SOOOOooo thin. -.- Hope u catch my sarcasm here -> She has normal healthy hair in my opinion.

  28. Thank you so much I knew a couple of the tips. But never tried the dry shampoo. If you come up with more ideas for people with fine hair and wearing different types of extensions. That would be amazing! Thanks for the video loved it for sure gonna Subscribe.

  29. Don't tease your hair and then use your clip ins, that's what ruined my hair when I was younger. It broke off.

  30. What type of hair extensions did she use in the video? She said they were quite thick… couldn't tell if that meant they were the Quad Weft or just all Milk + Blush extensions are thick. I have super fine/thin hair and not looking for length, just looking for extensions to make my hair look thicker. Trying to decide if I should buy the Seamless or the Quad Weft. I would want to cut them to shoulder length but the ends to be thick still. Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

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