Bellami Silk Seam Clip-in Extensions Review

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With everything being online and with me working remotely, I had a hard time keeping up with my looks. It was easy to roll out of bed and jump on a Zoom call with my camera off, blaming it on my bad wifi. However, it really had an impact on my psyche and even my self-confidence. So I decided it was best to stick to my regular schedule and routines, which of course meant “getting ready” for my Zoom calls. It didn’t matter if I was wearing biker shorts or pajama bottoms under my cute top, I was going to look fabulous no matter what. What ensued was a mad Internet goose chase that led me to the most natural extensions – the Bellami Silk Seam line.

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I’ve always had fine hair and I love extensions. I wore tape strips for years and wanted to bring this look to the only human interactions I had while working remotely – my Zoom calls. The order was large: I needed something subtle enough that my co-workers didn’t understand (or thought I was silly to wear home alone with my dog) but substantial enough to give me a boost. I don’t know what refreshed.

I didn’t want to commit to any perms or recordings, so music videos seemed like the way to go. After some research online, I came across Bellami Silk Seam Clip-in Hair Extensions. My fine mane has been spared by their invisible weft which does not protrude under my real hair. If you’re a thin-haired girl, you know exactly what I am describing. Kat Lewis, Bellami’s Head of Education, reiterated why Bellami Silk Seam Clips are a good investment: “Clips will look more natural when they are not excessively long or too thick. Extensions can add texture and framing around the face to give you a soft, natural look, especially when worn in a straight style.

I explained my dilemma, I wanted to spend a minimum of time on my hair but still make Gina jealous in accounting via Zoom. My favorite [uncomplicated extension] style is always a wave softer,” Lewis begins. It’s easy and their size and volume make it possible to create any differences in length and to hide any unwanted wefts,” she continues. She also explained that the clips contain a loop that can last a few uses, especially the Bellami Silk Seam styles.

Although I try to find the “best me” during this time, I’m just not there on some days. For those mornings where I hit snooze too often and wake up only 10 minutes before a zoom, Lewis recommends starting with an application of quick-drying shampoo. She also recommends a touch of conditioner to the ends. Her secret trick is to run the hair dryer through the strands while touching them up with a round brush or hot tool. “You should really focus on everything from the ears forward. What they can’t see can’t hurt them,” she exclaimed. At that moment, I looked at the pajama bottoms I was wearing in front of my computer and realized she couldn’t have been more right.

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