Hair extensions are the celebs' secret beauty weapon. Whether they wear 'em for length, volume or to play around with colours (hello Kylie J) there are not many celebrities we know, who will admit to having a full head of their own, natural hair.
But extensions can be 'spenny - and if you don't want to fork out the big bucks, it can be hard to find a good quality weave. So we've rounded up some of the best out there, that are really worth your money - whatever your budget:
Save: Stranded Wag in a Bag
Stranded's 'Wag in a Bag' might sound a bit weird - but they're actually a really good, super cheap option to if you don't wanna spend loads. They come in full wigs, half wigs, or ponytails and easily clip into your own hair seamlessly. Oh, and they're heat resistant up to 180 degrees - so you can style them however you like too. Winner.
Spend: Hair Rehab London
Lauren Pope (off of TOWIE fame)'s line of human hair extensions are an amaaaazing salon quality range of clip-ins that look super natural. Prices vary on what you choose to get - but her original 18" clip-in extensions will cost ya around £86.99. There's also a cheaper synthetic collection from Chloe Ferry (off of Geordie Shore) that are cheaper - at £42.99 for a half wig
Loved by loads of celebs, Lou Teasdale, Lottie Tomlinson (and our editor Lizzie Cox) Easilocks are the go-to hair brand for quality hair extensions. Obvs, they're also the most expensive - but again, depending on what you want, there are cheaper options. Their 'The Red Carpet Easi-In' clip ins are available for £68.00 whilst their Easitape range will set you back around £130