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Women's Weft Hair Extensions

Hair extensions are a great way for women to change their look quickly and dramatically. Women's weft hair extensions are sewn together to create a bundle that is then attached to the head. Machine weft, hand tied weft and even skin weft (where a skin-like tape secures the hair together), there are plenty of options to suit all styles and budgets when it comes to choosing weft hair extensions.

Clip in weft hair extensions for a playful practice

The most obvious benefit of clip in women's weft hair extensions is that they're only temporary. They're super quick and easy to attach, creating an instant new look, but just as quick to remove. Clip in extensions are great for special occasions such as parties or nights out where big impact is needed for a short time. Clip in hair extensions can be reused again and again, proving great value for money.

Tape in weft hair extensions for functional flexibility

Tape in women's weft hair extensions offer a perfect, semi-permanent balance between temporary clip-in hair extensions and long-term braids or weaves. Tape in hair extensions can be single or double sided and are quick to apply. They also lay flat on the head, so they're suitable for fine hair and hair can be worn up or down without the extensions being seen.

Braided weft hair extensions for long-lasting glamour

Braided or weave women's weft hair extensions are a long-lasting option if you're looking to change the length or volume of your hair for up to three months. Your own hair is braided and the weft hair extensions are sewn into the braids. Braided hair extensions can be cut, coloured and styled in the same way as natural hair.

Weft hair extensions for every occasion

Available in a wide range of colours and styles from long, short and curly, extensions can help to create dream hairstyles in an instant. Whether clip in, tape in or braided, there's plenty to think about when it comes to choosing the right weft hair extensions.

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