Christie Brinkley is a living icon. Her varied career skyrocketed in the 1970s when she graced three consecutive Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issues. The beauty is more than just a pretty face though. Brinkley is also an actress. While she has small parts in movies and television, she also starred in a stage production of Chicago. She played Roxie Hart 182 times!
Off the screens, Brinkley is now a savvy businesswoman. Hair2Wear: The Christie Brinkley Collection is an amazing line of clip-in hairpieces. If you want beautiful and natural, this is the line for you. Every piece in the collection is made of heat-friendly synthetic fibers. The colors are hand-blended to ensure it looks real. Simply put, it’s supermodel hair, super easy.
While Brinkley’s collection also features clip-in ponytails and bun hairpieces, you have got to check out the extensions. They are so simple – they clip right in! You can have the ultra long layers of your dreams without a long trip to the salon. Bonus: these extensions add serious volume. Thanks, Christie Brinkley!
This kit is a favorite of mine. With naturally thin hair, this extension set gives me the volume I’m looking for as it adds length. These extensions do come in 4 different pieces, but don’t be intimidated. They’re still incredibly easy to use. These 4 separate layered pieces are the secret to extra volume. One piece has a 10” width and 3 clips. The next piece is 6” in width and also has 3 clips.
The last two wefts are only 3” in width and have 2 clips. The heat-friendly synthetic fiber can be styled however you like. Don’t use anything over 350 degrees though!
There is just something about long hair that is so sexy. For most of us, it can be a hard look to achieve without extensions. Can you say, “Split ends”? Plus, washing it can be a nightmare. That’s why Ms. Brinkley gave us these 21” extensions. If you are dying for long hair, this is your chance. These 21” synthetic extensions are styled straight, but you can curl them if you wish. The Excelle fiber of Hair2Wear extensions sets after it cools, so keep that in mind!