Go! Go! Girl by Dancing with the Stars is a 19" V-Shaped 1 piece clip-in extension that offers incredible volume and layers, yet has a compact, comfortable fit combined with Heat-Friendly synthetic fiber.
Heat-Friendly - Synthetic fiber that can be styled using a flat iron or curling iron, up to 350 degrees.
Pressure sensitive clips - Features 6 pressure sensitive clips for easy, secure attachment.
EXPERT TIPS & STYLING IDEAS We recommend using a wig comb, like the Hair Trix Comb by BeautiMark, for detangling.
Author: Rachel Brown I thought these extensions were good for a beginner like me, but once I tried to style it with heated stylers it "fried". They don't feel as natural as they origanally did after just one time coming in contact with heat. I still wear them in braids and in a pony tail but they look unnatural down. Overall they were fair, but I am definitely going for a higher quality option next time.
Author: Pamela Duncan You have to remember that 'able to be styled with heat' has its limits.. the 350 degree limit actually and his not a very hot setting. If you used a 'sty;er' or heated appliance that did not give you a by degree setting then you probably did fry the fiber. It does not take much heat to style this hair and have it hold - a great deal less heat then human hair requires. Once damaged by heat you will find they appearing unnatural but that is not the fault of the product but the fault of how it was handled. I have used this piece as well as several others in the same product line and have had a great experience with them and they look as good - actually they look better then my natural hair while not looking fake or unnatural. I think you would have a better experience if you get a set and wear them without heat styling or style them with an appliance that lets you control the heat with degree settings and not allow the fiber to fry. This is also a wonderfully comfortable piece to wear, even in hot weather as the wefts are 'honey combed' together and bot a attached to a solid piece that does not allow for natural movement. The only downside to this piece, like many volumeizers, that you cover up a lot of the hair on the back of your head. If you happen to have long hair or where you do have volume is at the back of your head - losing that to add volume above that area can be a bit of a let down so I prefer the extensions that let you mix your own hair in with the extensions. I can say that this does almost that but with a bit of work - you can 'pull' lengths of your own hair through the wefts of the piece but that takes a lot of practice so you are pulling through a length that originates right where the weft is open otherwise you risk having the weft not sit flat to your head if its pulled up by a length that originates higher up on your head then where the weft is open or having it appear to move oddly if the length is pulled up through the weft from an area below that part of your head.