Mayra Corona: Gurl u so d talent I save 300 dollars ohhh THANKS! !!!!
doubledancer: Excellent tutorial!!!!!!! Thanks so much!
Kelly Nance: You were precise in explanation and very smart! Gonna make one for a hair
client and can't wait. Thank you so much
Jasmine Mendoza: i am so excited to do this! lol.. totally saving money!
len nie: Made the halo but my hair is thin and the string doesn't hold. Any
suggestions? Thanks Great Video.
kukis rivera: Awesome u r very talented and creative.I'm going to try to do it. I'll
follow u and let u know.god bless u chica!!!:))
whodeenee43: This tutorial was simply awesome!! I followed the instructions EXACTLY and
my halo turned out EXCELLENT!!! I will be making more. THANKS SOOOOOO
clipinqueen: This tutorial rocks! Thanks for taking the time to do it. I'm going to try
this. You are a genius.
lakegirl645: So happy that you made this video!! Thank you so much!! I had ordered a
halo off of ebay, and it was horrible quality. The hair was ratty and the
glue they used was stuck to the hair itself. Luckily they refunded my
money. Now I can make my own thanks to you and this wonderful video. Can't
wait to send you a picture when I'm done. That was sweet of your husband to
do the filming for you, I'm sure he's probably not into hair, so that is
extra nice of him. Tell him thanks for me! :) xx
miybanez777: Awesome I am gonna try this!
stacia catone: Is anyone getting a response to their questions>?
souljaaagiirl: I saw a video where someone glued the tracks together whatever desired
fullness you'd like than just sew the string/wire to the end of the tracks.
paris rain: So, it should 'give' or 'stretch' right? And, I wanted to know exactly what
glue to use b/c I don't want the glue to expand like others do. I'm on my
way to making my own 'flip it' piece thnks to you! xoxox
beckhead25: it's so you can tie off the wire in the middle of the hair (where you won;t
notice), rather then on the top of your forehead...
CaroleLombardArchive: I've had good luck with the Sassy brand human hair wefts from Sally's. They
are very silky and soft. Limited color choices, though.
prettyprincesse84dk: @DittosChi Thank you so much < 3 I'm sure yours will turn out perfect!:-)
Great idea to use your old extensions:-) Please update me when you're
finished:-) Lots of love and good luck!
A Zg: great!what colour is your hair?
reg m: Great detailed explanation. Thank you for sharing!
CaroleLombardArchive: What a wonderful idea! Was wondering what could be done with my clip-in
extensions that I never wear -- thanks so much!
Lana Andrejašič: thank you so much for this!!!! subbing right away! :)
Don Youwish: Thanx a bunch for your tips!!!! Where did you get the wig you have on? It
looks lovely on you!
Don Youwish: Thanx Lovely!!!!!
Michelle Mortimer: Great tutorial..I was swayed to try the tape in extensions but now I'm sold
on the halo extensions..thanx!
prettyprincesse84dk: I'm sure you can find some at your local hobby/ arts and crafts store:-)
Just go for the one that is made for bracelet/necklace making so you're
sure it's strong enough to hold:-) Alternatively you can also take some
unused fishing line - that works just as well:-) Good luck and hope you'll
have fun making your new extensions:-)
sntfrhvn: I am so HAPPY that I found your video. I had bought a flip-in online, but
it just didn't fit right. So I had been trying to figure out how to make my
own flip-in extension so that it could be the length I wanted plus I have a
small head lol. Your video helped me tremendously. THANK YOU !!
prettyprincesse84dk: @MsNarsJunkie Yeah I have seen the ribbons that they use but you really
don't have to:-) The wefts will automatically lay a bit staggered from one
another and especially if you sew the wefts together you'll get that
effect:-) So you shouldn't worry:-) I can't wait to hear how it went - I'm
sure it's gonna turn out perfect < 3
prettyprincesse84dk: Your very welcome:-) I bought the wig at voguewigs. It's called Cosabela by
a brand called "Forever Young". If you're interested in this piece please
stay tuned - I'll be posting my review on it soon:-) Thanks! xoxo
408kbear: 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍 Thanks for the Tutorial! I can't wait to make my own.
What brand of hair should I use? I'm a little on the broke side and I don't
want something to expensive nor to cheap what do u recommend?
JessicaHairStyling rietveld: thank you so much
stacia catone: hi I am doing this! I am confused at the part where you stop half way with
cord....you go to other side with excess you left in the beginning? i
knootted it and started threading cord first,,i guess im wrong>? so i have
no wire on the other side , what did i do wrong?
paris rain: please, where can you get transparent wire?
MG: What brand did you use from Sally's for the hair. Most of them in
California are synthetic. Help!!!!
MsNarsJunkie: Thank you douche for this video I had ordered a halo and then sent it back
because of the color but they never got it so I lost all the $ now I can
make my own for much less and make sure the color matches. I have fine hair
though, so do you think it would look fake.with 4 wefts?
Shibini11: wow this tutorial is so clearly explained ! thanks a bunch :D
xXShockSetsInXx: Where do you buy your hair wefts from? x
Krystale Jane'l: Can you use more than 4 layers of hair? I like my hair thick and would like
to add some layers
60yvette: thank you , really easy
Alise F: You are a genius!!
prettyprincesse84dk: Thank you sweetie:-) Hihi...yeah, the that I'm wearing is my all time
favourite! She's called Cosabella by a brand named "Forever Young". When I
discovered how easy they are to make I just had to make the video and share
it with you guys:-) I'm from Denmark:-) Hope you have a great day! Hugs Maja
prettyprincesse84dk: Haha...I'm sure you're gonna do GREAT! It's very easy and the sewing
doesn't have to be perfect;-) God luck at thanks for the comment! Hugs
O.D. Hassefras: thank you so much for the tutorial! Where did you buy those wefts? Theyre
katieNlove: If you are using 4 layers, which layer do you add the wire?
prettyprincesse84dk: @MsNarsJunkie Hehe...np X-D I'm very happy that you could use this video -
it really is easy to make and I'm sure your new halo is gonna turn out
great:-) If yo feel that 4 pieces might bee to much you should try with 2
or 3 first-) You can always add a piece to the halo if you feel it's not
enough:-) Just glue it in on the side that faces inwards. Hope this anwsers
your question < 3
MG: This is awesome thank you I got a little confused on the wire part but I
got it after thinking about it your amazing and didn't notice you had a wig
on thank you thank you
MsNarsJunkie: Sorry, that was supposed to be "so much" not douche lol
emily rivera: i am definitely going to try this! the halo extensions blew my mind and
immediately looked for a DIY what kind of wire did you use exactly or where
can i purchase it from?? love it!
Alys Aamar: How many layers of the wefts can I put ontop of each other? Will it get
lumpy under my hair if I add too many layers?
prettyprincesse84dk: Oh your so very welcome hun I'm glad you'd liked it:-) I'm happy that you
got your money back though that's the most important thing:-) I can't wait
for you to make your halo so I can see it - I'm sure it's gonna turn out
great! Yeah I'm a lucky girl - he's really just the best:-) Good luck and
have a great week < 3
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