Top 10 Ways to Get Clip-In Hair Extensions Styled with More Volume

Contrary to popular belief, hair extensions serve purposes other than just adding length or volume to a hairstyle.

With the help of clip-in hair extensions, you can create several stylish hairdos, such as playful Barbie ponytails, carefree beach waves, attractive fishtail braids, and pretty half-up hair.

In fact, you can even customize hair extensions to address issues your hair regularly encounters, whether short, thinning, or flat.

Using clip-in extensions for their sky-high volume is one of our favorite reasons to use them.

Don’t worry if you’ve tried for hours to obtain thick locks with heat tools, hairsprays, and other styling products, only to flatten your hair during the day. 

With a bit of hair extension magic, you can instantly attain a thicker and fuller look, no matter your hair type or length. 

Extensions can instantly give you a natural-looking and full-looking look if you have thin hair.

If your hair is shorter and you don’t think extensions are right for you, reconsider! 

New Times Hair’s brand-new 14-inch seamless extensions offer massive volume and a fuller appearance while complementing shorter lengths flawlessly. 

There are around 20 color options for the set, with 10 wefts. 

Shorter lengths won’t be overwhelmed by 14-inch hair extensions because they usually end at about the shoulder. 

With New Times Hair extensions, embrace your short hair while adding volume.

Need proof? Here are some very gorgeous ways to style volume-enhancing hair extensions. 

This collection includes styles for weddings, date nights, and other occasions, ranging from glitzy antique waves to rocker-chic shags.


Also known as long bobs, lobs are a style that looks good on everyone, whether you have layers, an untidy texture, or an ombre hue. 

The key to this look is to let your hair’s individuality shine through. 

Additionally, the lob won’t require any uncomfortable grow-out phases.

High-quality clip-on hair extensions, hairdresser scissors, a few combs, and a hair clip are required to style a lob with massive volume. 

Our application kits can help you stay organized with your tools, whether at home or on the go. 

Starting with freshly washed, dry hair, clip in your 14-inch hair extensions near the bottom of your head, starting with freshly washed, dry hair. 

Take a three-clip extension and attach it to the back of your head. Then, place a second extension directly on top of the first. 

Next, attach a pair of clips with two on each side directly behind the ears.

Next, insert a set of four clips around the back of your head, then another set on top.

Using hairdresser scissors, merge your extensions seamlessly with your own hair after securing them with clips. 

With 14-inch extensions, you generally won’t need to cut your hair much if it is already shoulder-length. 

Take your natural hair out of the clip once the length is perfect, brush it out with a comb, and make any necessary touch-ups. 

You’re now prepared for the enjoyable part, styling! First, spray some root-lifting spray above the hair extensions for texture and volume.

There ought to be some va-va-voom volume by now. Use a thin curling iron to add a few curls to your hair if you want to elevate your lob.


Want to glam up your look? Take a look at Velcro Hair Rollers. You can easily achieve lovely, bouncy hair with these vintage rollers. 

They are also safe for natural hair and hair extensions because they don’t use heat.

Start with wet hair while using velcro rollers. After using styling mousse, let your hair air dry. 

You’re ready to go when your hair is just a little moist. 

Hair should first be divided into three portions, then smaller sections to fit your rollers should be made. 

More volume is produced with larger rollers. Roll the ends of a portion of hair straight out in front around the roller. 

Continue until all components are firmly in position using rollers. Allow the hair to rest for roughly 20 minutes. 

Put some rollers around the crown of your head if you want to turn up the volume, and leave them in place while you put on makeup or get dressed.


Look no further than this voluminous side braid if you’re looking for the ideal braid style to make you feel exceptional. 

This romantic hairdo will attract attention whether going to a summer party or on the first day of class.

Start by adding loose waves to your natural hair and extensions with a curling iron. 

To reduce heat damage, spray locks with a heat-protectant spray. 

Bring your hair to one side of your head after curling it. 

Split hairs at the temples, then use three clips to firmly insert a weft. 

Take a portion of hair from the top, then use an elastic to secure it in a ponytail.

Carefully make a little hole in the elastic, flip the ponytail, and bring the hair through the hole. This will form the topsy-tail part of the braid. 

Next, create another ponytail with hair from the other side of the head. Make another topsy-turvy tail. Repeat until you have three or four topsy-tailed from the temple to the ear. 

Secure a three-clip weft at the roots underneath the bottommost tail. Bring all of your remaining hair together and braid it into a fishtail. Use an elastic to secure the bottom. 

As a finishing touch for extra volume, gently pull apart little pieces of the braid to make it look thick and full. Add sparkly hair clips, flowers, or headbands to jazz it up even more.


A bouncy blowout can be obtained without making an appointment at the salon. 

With volumizing shampoo and conditioner and heat protectant spray before using your blow dryer, you can accomplish this statement look at home. 

Apply a thickening or volumizing spray to your hair after it has been washed and styled and your extensions have been clipped to help raise the hair at the roots. 

Then spritz texturizing spray over your entire head. You are now prepared to start the blow dryer. For incredible volume, blow-dry your hair upside-down.

Use a round brush like your hairdresser suggests once your hair is almost dry. 

Start by brushing the hair starting at the root. Pull the brush toward the ends of your hair while you blow dry. 

Pull the brush back toward the roots after you’ve reached the end. 

Blast some cold air to help maintain volume without frizz. 

Repeat for the remainder of your hair until it is blow-dried to a salon-quality finish.

Stack our Volumizer Weft over the weft on the highest point of your head for more volume. This weft clips in with ease to add lovely thickness and volume.


If you enjoy the lob, think about adding a cute set of curtain bangs. 

These voluminous bangs were first seen on stars like Brigette Bardot, Farrah Fawcett, and Goldie Hawn in the 1960s and 1970s. 

They are typically separated along the middle and swept, like curtains, to either side of the face. 

The angled bangs are longer on the sides and shorter in the center, which draws attention to the eyes.

Use a blow dryer and a 1-inch round brush to add volume to your curtain bang lob. 

Blow dry damp bangs on each side until they are around 50% dry. The hair should then be divided along the middle and wrapped around your circular brush. 

During the blow-drying process, move the brush up, back, and forth to achieve the distinctive curtain bang shape. Spritz some texture on the ends of your bangs for a finishing touch.

6. 1970S SHAG

The shag cut, made famous by celebrities like Mick Jagger and Stevie Nicks, is distinguished by its choppy layers, bangs, and crazy texture. 

Stars like Selena Gomez, Billie Eilish, and Miley Cyrus are currently sporting this edgy look in various ways, including the wolf cut and shag mullet. 

This layered haircut naturally adds volume, and maintaining it at home requires little effort. 

To achieve a voluminous effect, you may either let it air dry or add texturizing spray to the tousled style.

Apply curl cream to your curly or wavy hair and let it air dry to play up your natural texture. 

Before blow-drying straight hair, mousse or styling cream should be applied to damp hair. 

The volume can be increased by scrunching the hair upwards as it dries. 

Regardless of the type of shag, adding hair extensions with clips will allow you to experiment with length and change things.


One of the most adaptable hairstyles is the ponytail, which is flirtatious, engaging, and playful. 

The high ponytail worn by Beyonce is short and sweet, with a lot of volume on top. 

Start with second-day hair to recreate the style. 

Take a chunk of hair about two to three inches on either side of the front of your face. 

Utilize a teasing brush to backcomb your hair after applying dry shampoo to the roots. 

After that, clip in a three-clip weft at the crown and a four-clip weft at the roots along the back of your head. 

To add thickness, you can stack two or more wefts together.

You can then pull your hair back into a high ponytail. Two one-clip wefts should be clipped into distinct hair portions as you move toward the rear of your head. 

Overlay natural hair on the wefts, gather it back into the ponytail with the rest of the hair and secure it with an elastic. 

Wrap one-inch sections of hair around a one-inch curling wand to give your pony a flirtatious wave. 

To add even more volume, tease the ponytail’s top using a teasing brush. 

Mist the hair with some hairspray to finish the style.


Hollywood waves instantly transform you into a movie star. No red carpet is necessary. They were inspired by stars like Marilyn Monroe and Veronica Lake. 

The 1920s saw the debut of the vintage hairdo for actresses, and stars like Amanda Seyfried, Megan Thee Stallion, and Gemma Chan still sport it today.

Hair should be parted to the side and smooth-blow-dried with a round brush for chic Hollywood waves at home. 

After curling the hair with a 1-inch barrel tong, pin it and let it cool for 10 minutes. 

Small areas of brushing downward will help to relax the curl. Apply a light hairspray to seal in style and maintain your gorgeous waves all day.


Easy, carefree, and classic, beachy waves aren’t only for the shore. 

At any length, this flawlessly imperfect style looks stunning and works well for every setting. 

You can style beachy waves with hair extensions for va-va-voom volume in a few easy steps, whether wearing shoulder-length locks with our 12-inch extensions or going for longer lengths. 

Apply heat protectant spray to dry hair first, then run a 1.5-inch curling wand through it. 

Curl your hair in various directions to get those recognizable, unkempt waves. 

Once you’ve curled your hair thoroughly, apply it with a texturizing spray to add more volume and give you that vacation-by-the-beach appearance.


The half-up, half-down hairstyle will look good on you regardless of your hair type, color, or length. 

This style seamlessly transitions daily to night and is perfect for hiding oily second-day hair. 

Many inventive techniques also enhance eye-catching volume and pull strands away from your face. 

Consider Lana Del Rey’s appearance. Face-framing strands on either side of the star’s face and a lot of volume up top define her Sharon Tate-inspired style. 

Clip in your preferred hair extensions, and then pin up half your hair with a clip or elastic to mimic the spectacular volume. Tease the top of your hair into a high crown for a striking half-up look.

Looking for the most updated hair extensions? Please contact New Times Hair 


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