Hair extensions are pricey. If you’re low on money, chances are, you simply can’t afford them. At least not without having to save up money for them first. Synthetic wigs, however, tend to be a lot cheaper. So in this blog post, I’m gonna show you how to turn a cheap wig into a full head of hair extensions.
Flip your wig upside down and inside out, so you can easily see where the hair strips are sewn.
Cut out the fabric between the strips.
If done correctly, you should now have a bunch of hair strips similar to the ones pictured above. If you think they’re a little too thin, you can sew one or two on top of each other to make them thicker.
Sew a clip in the left corner, then another one in the right corner, as pictured above. If your strips are very long, you should also put one to two in the middle of the strip.
That’s it! You should now have a handful of hair extensions, ready to be clipped into your hair! Just remember that they are synthetic, and should never be dyed, washed in hot water, brushed when wet or curled/straightened with a curling iron.