What is a Hairdo?

Jessica Simpson and celebrity Hollywood stylist to the stars Ken Paves have joined forces to launch hairdo, a clip-in hair extensions system that is taking the world by storm.

These hair extensions are actually worn by Jessica Simpson in her numerous red carpet appearances, magazine covers, music videos and on the sets of movies such as the "Dukes of Hazard" and the soon to be released "Blonde Ambition". Jessica isn't the only one in Hollywood to wear hairdo; many of Ken's other "A" list Hollywood celebrities also regularly wear hairdo clip-in hair extensions.

Ken Paves also has a long list of Hollywood celebrity clientele. Celebrities such as Ashlee Simpson, Carmen Electra, Céline Dion, Jennifer Lopez, Kim Cattrall, Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, Heather Locklear, Callista Flockhart, Alicia Silverstone, Kirsten Dunst, Eva Longoria and many more.

hairdo is unique in terms of its design and fibre. hairdo uses the patented Vibralite fibre, which it is the closest replication of human hair available, and is only 1/3 the weight of human hair. Hairdo is also available is 100% fine human hair.

The great thing about hairdo is that it is virtually undetectable. If Jessica Simpson can get through the hoards of paparazzi and red carpet events for over 6 months while "road testing" the pieces without them being detected, chances are no one will ever know.

hairdo is also unique due to its one piece, multi layered construction. Many other clip-in hair extensions systems consist of multiple wefts, being both complicated and time consuming for consumers to use.

hairdo also overcomes the many challenges that come with permanent hair extensions. The ironic part about the permanent systems is that they are "not" actually permanent. They generally last approximately 3 months, and then require removal or re-adjusting.

Some of the major issues with permanent extensions are time, cost, commitment and maintenance. There is only a finite amount of consumers who would be prepared to pay $1,000+ and spend over 8 hours in a salon chair for a service that will require continual ongoing maintenance. Read our section on how to care for your hairdo hair extensions for more information.

hairdo pieces retail to the public exclusively via professional salons.

Vibralite requires virtually no maintenance; simply wash in cold water every 6-8 weeks and air dry. No need to style, as the style is pre-set into the fibre, either wavy or straight, and will return to the piece once it has dried.

hairdo is available in two varieties, Vibralite & 100% fine human hair. Only the highest quality human hair is utilised by hairdo & gives and you the ability to colour, curl & hot iron as desired.

Don't confuse Vibralite with the "Barbie Doll" plastic looking synthetic extensions that you may have seen in the past. The Vibralite man made fibre is unlike any other fibre on the market. It is virtually indistinguishable to human hair, and can also be cut, just like human hair.

The main advantage of Vibralite versus human hair, is that human hair "must" be styled... blow dried, flat ironed, curled, etc.... this is eliminated with Vibralite.
Beware of Inferior clip-in extension systems!

Since the launch of hairdo, and our revolutionary "one piece hair extension system" many inferior systems have also entered the market.  As the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for"

These "cheap and nasty" imports use the lowest quality fibre & human hair available. Although they look reasonable when initially purchased, they only have a very limited life span.Many of these inferior products suffer from severe breakage & shedding after being washed & styled only 2 or 3 times. These products also tend to turn to "jelly" if you attempt to colour the human hair.
hairdo is your 100% guarantee of quality......

HairDo Australia / New Zealand


how to apply hairdo
Please follow the steps below or view this interactive video: here
as easy as 1, 2, 3!
What you need:

Sectioning clips (included)
Bobby pins

Step 1

Separate the hair. Using a tail comb or your index fingers, part the hair horizontally from one side of the head to the other. Starting about an inch above the ears, part the hair around the back of the head just below the crown and to the other ear.
Clip up the hair above the part. Lift up all the hair above the part and clip it out of the way using sectioning clip(s).
Pin up the hair that is below the part. Take the remaining hair and secure in large pin curls so that it lays as flat to the head
as possible.
Step 2

Placement of the first clip. Open all the clips on the piece. The top middle clip (1) should be attached first by placing it at the middle of the back of the head just below the part so that the top of the weft is even with the part when attached. Moving the clip downward, catch your hair in the clip and snap it shut.

Placement of the second and third clips. Attach the left top clip (2) next. Hold down the center clip with your right hand, and use your left hand to move the left edge of the weft as far as it will go around your head. Snap left clip shut. Holding the middle clip with your left hand, now attach the top right clip (3) in the same fashion. Check for gaps by running your fingers along the top weft to make sure it lies flat against your head. If you find a gap, open the clip and reposition.

Placement of the remaining clips. The bottom right clip (4) is next. Pull the hair out of the way and place this clip by stretching the piece down to the bottom edge of the nape and slipping the clip into your hair, making sure the clip securely catches the hair at the end of the nape. Repeat on the left bottom clip (5). Next attach the right side clip (6) behind your ears. Finally, attach the left side clip (7).
Step 3

Finishing the look. Release all the hair that was clipped out of the way with the sectioning clip(s) and blend in with HairdoTM Clip-in Extensions.

Removing the wefts. To remove the piece, snap open all the clips and gently lift up and away from your hair.