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"The only way to get good extensions is to whip out the cash! Mine took a whole summer`s pay: extensions can range from $1000 to $1600 depending on length!" --Alyson, 17, Dallas, Texas
"If your hair matches up with the first layer on your front extensions, there`s no need to add extensions to your front area. This way you can change your part and trick people with different styles." --Michaela, 15, Indianapolis, IN
"Getting extensions weaved or glued takes too much time and money. My personal favorite is the clip-in. It`s so versatile, and QVC has an awesome line of them." --Rachael, 19, Utica, MI
"I get mine from Sally`s beauty supply. It`s human hair on a 14-inch track. The hair can be washed, straightened, curled, and blow-dried. To mix it up, I dye small pieces a fun color, like pink." --Hannah, 15, Morrow, OH