Installing seamless clip-in hair extensions is a quick and easy process that anyone can do at home. In minutes, you can add length, volume, and color to your hair in just a few simple steps. Around 34 percent of women say that they regularly use hair extensions as part of their beauty regime.

You can buy a wide variety of clip-in extensions with 100 percent Remy human hair. These extensions are available in various colors and textures, so you can find the perfect set to match your hair.

Here are the simple steps to follow in order to install seamless clips extensions hair at home. 

1) Wash Your Hair

The first step is to ensure your hair is clean and free of any oils or products. If your hair is dirty, the extensions will not stay in as well. You should also avoid washing your hair for at least 24 hours before you plan to install the extensions.

Start by combing through the hair to get rid of any tangles. Then, use a clarifying shampoo to remove any buildup from your hair. Once you have washed your hair, make sure it is dry before moving on to the next step.

You can also let your hair air-dry overnight if you have time. It will give the extensions something to grip onto and help them stay in place better.

2) Choose the Right Extensions

Once your natural hair is prepped, it’s time to choose the right extensions. The initial step is to select the right length. Choosing extensions two inches longer than your natural hair length is best if you’re looking to add volume with just a little bit of length. It will help ensure a more natural look and prevent your hair from looking overloaded.

If you have fine hair, you can select a thinner weft. Conversely, you can go for a thicker weft if you have thick hair. The best thing is to make sure the wefts are not too heavy, as that will weigh down your natural hair and cause damage.

In terms of colors, it is best to match the clips’ extensions to your hair, especially the roots of the hair, if you’ve colored or bleached your hair. If you can’t find an exact match, go for a shade that is one or two shades lighter or darker than your natural hair color. 

3) Cut the Extensions

Once you have selected the right extensions, it’s time to cut them. You will want to cut the wefts according to your hair length so it’s easier to work with when you style your hair. It would be a better option to take the help of a hairstylist or go to a salon to adjust the extension pieces. 

Not all extensions need to be cut, so it would be best to take help from an expert at the salon if required.

4) Install the Wefts

Lastly, it’s time to install the extensions. Start by taking the first weft and clipping it into place. Be sure to attach it securely to your natural hair and continue putting in the rest of the wefts until they are all in place. 

Usually, one needs to start from the back of the hair and work their way up to the crown. But it all depends on how one chooses to style their hair. You can use hairspray or any other product to help keep the wefts in place. You can also use bobby pins to secure the wefts if needed.


Clip extensions for hair are simple, easy, and fast to install. You can do it at home by yourself without going to a salon. You can achieve a professional and natural-looking result with a bit of practice.