I suffer from hair loss. It baffles me how I’m not bald yet.
I’ve always had a problem with hair loss. My condition got a bit better when I was in college, I think, but got back to its dire state when I gave birth to my daughter three years ago. The hair loss goes away, according to some forums I read, but mine didn’t exactly stop. I guess I just stopped minding it, until a couple of months ago.
Let’s just say I already considered going to the doctor because I thought something was seriously wrong about my health. There were lots of hair on the floor, on the bed, everywhere.
I tried using a shampoo that claims to make things better but it only made my hair feel coarse. I still lost a lot of hair.
See, I have Type 1 hair. It’s naturally straight. It’s the type of hair that doesn’t agree with curling. I know a lot of people go through series of rebonding and relaxing treatments to get stick straight hair, but I’m not really a fan of it. (Oh you know, just human nature — wanting something you don’t have.) I want volume. I want body. I want more hair. (And, well, I’m scared I might go bald if the hair loss continues.)
I’ve toyed with the idea of getting clip-in hair extensions before but never really took it seriously because, 1) I didn’t know where to get them and 2) I don’t know how to use them.
So, it was great timing when the lovely Madison from Irresistible Me approached me to ask if I was interested in trying their product. They offer clip-in hair extensions made from human hair. She asked me to choose from their Silky Touch line.
I’m far from being an expert at clip-in hair extensions but these are the things I learned from the experience wearing them so far.
Length and Volume
Have you tried clip-in hair extensions? What do you think about them?
Mad Cherry is a lifestyle blog in the Philippines that covers mindful living, slow beauty, sustainable fashion, mental and physical wellness, pop culture, and meaningful connections.