What Hair Extensions Are Best for Short Hair?

Best Hair Extensions

Short hair, pixie cut, or bob¡ª all such wonderful and beautiful styles that everyone woman strives to have. It can take confidence to pull these looks off, but sometimes it isn’t always easy.

For ladies that are new to the short hair scene or are looking for a change, extensions are a hot topic right now thanks to Pinterest and Instagram trends! This has made them something that many women are starting to consider…and for good reason! They are A-mazing!

But if you’ve never worn hair extensions with short hair, it can be quite challenging to implement properly (much different than wearing them with long hair!). So, because it can be a little confusing sometimes, we’ve compiled a short list of the hottest extensions you should keep your eyes out for if you’re a short-haired beauty! So, let’s get starting on achieving the hair of your dreams, and get you rocking your style with a new level of confidence!

Arguably the most popular type of extensions for short hair is human hair clip-ins. This is because clip-ins are extremely easy to apply and often the most inexpensive option for quality hair extensions on the market.

Sometimes, if you’ve gone a little too short with your cut, all you need is a few inches of length to be rocking some awesome hair again! So you may want to try some that fall just below the shoulders, like easiXtend’s 12″ clip-ins (shown above). While clip-ins may be difficult the first or second time to apply, they are fairly straightforward and add a beautiful mess of length and thickness to any style (actually, many Remy human hair extensions are also clip-ins from wholesale hair vendors).

The number one complaint about this type of extension is that they can be a little ¡®too’ thick and bulky, and don’t always blend properly with women that have short hair because of this. But fear not, all you have to do is choose a set the weighs less than 3.5 ounces! You can find the weight of each product in the description.

Another option is to buy a set with fewer pieces. Hair extensions come in sets with varying pieces, 2, 4, 8, or even just a single clip-in. So do some research to make sure that you get the right amount of hair!