- Start with the hanger laid out on a flat surface. (P.S mine came with the hanger detached, so that’s how I’ll be directing you lol). Open the clip. It will open with no resistance if your hanger is not already clamped down. Lay your extensions into the clip with the hair clips above the clip of the hanger so they don’t become damaged over time. Close the clip. While holding the clip closed, pick up your hanger and slide it underneath the metal piece on top. You want the hanger to be lying flat with the black hook facing up and the metal hanger piece pointing away from you. Once you have the hanger positioned under the metal part, you’ll be able to see how the tiny black hook can clip onto the first metal bar (nearest to you). Now that the tiny black hook is hooked UNDER the first bar, you simply grab the hanger piece and pull it up and towards you so that the remainder of the black hook slides onto the second metal bar in the back. Once you feel the hook pop into place, your hair is secured. It’s essential that your hanger is installed onto the clip correctly as that is what creates the resistance to actually hold the hair. I hope this helps anyone who is unsure of how the clip actually works! For a better visual, you can find the how-to video attached to my review!
Also, since taking photos, I’ve found it much easier to braid all my wefts into one large braid after clipping them into the hanger. Without braiding, the hair is much more likely to get stuck in the zipper & static cling to the plastic ‘window’ part of the bag.