Fake it till you make it! Whether you want to add inches or just pump up hair, take cues from th­ese beau­ties on how to rock ex­tra locks

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Demi Lo­vato and Hai­ley Bald­win prove that less is not more when it comes to hair ex­ten­sions

Down-to-there Hair

“No longer a big se­cret, hair ex­ten­sions are the best way to change up your look with­out the risk,” says Shel­ley Good­stein, founder of Hid­den Crown Hair, whose ex­ten­sions are loved by stars like Shay Mitchell. For Demi Lo­vato’s look, place the Hid­den Crown 16” Halo Style Ex­ten­sions in 1B ($299, hid­den­crown­hair .com) on head like a crown and use comb to pull top half of hair over the in­vis­i­ble wire; style to­gether.

In­sta Bangs

“The trick to fak­ing bangs [like Emma Roberts] is to keep mov­ing them back un­til the fringe lines up where you want them to fall,” says Good­stein. Clip a top­per like Hair2wear The Christie Brink­ley Col­lec­tion The Nat­u­ral Fringe Bangs in Light Blonde ($29, on the top of head for a blended look; trim as de­sired.

XL Pony­tail

“For clip-ins, lightly tease the area where you will clip to help them stay in place,” tips Good­stein. How-to: Gather hair into a low pony­tail. Tease hair right above the elas­tic, and clip in ex­ten­sions (we like Hairdo Sim­ply Straight Pony in Swedish Blonde, $49, Then wrap the stand-alone piece around the base to con­ceal, like Hai­ley Bald­win.

In­vis­i­ble wire!

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