You will need hairspray, clips to section your hair, a teasing comb, a curling iron, bobby pins, and extensions (real human hair only)
Ronda has light blonde hair. It is fine but it's not what you would call thin. For her wedding in San Juan this March she wants to add extensions.
The Mission: Hide the extensions!
First you want to section your hair, If your hair is shoulder length like Ronda's you will want to section it into 3rds. If you have a lot of hair you may have to section it up to 6 times. For example: 2 on each side and 2 in the middle. Most girls/women are fine with 3 sections: top layer, middle layer, bottom layer. You may then start clipping in the extensions. As you can see in the above picture (pre-curled/pre-teased) you can see both where the extension tracks are as well as where her real hair ends. (Thanks for the hand modeling, Dad J )
Next, you want to brush through your hair, making the extensions blend together, section it again, and start curling your hair with the extensions in. Curling your hair with the extensions helps blend the ends together. By doing this you are hiding where your actual hair ends.
After you’re all curled you want to take the top section of hair and tease, tease, tease! You can get a teasing brush at your local Sally's Beauty Supply store. Your hair probably looks a bit weird right now so you want to smooth the top over the bird’s nest you just created. You don't want to get rid of the nest; you just want to hide it. Once you've smoothed some hair over your birds nest/rats nest, whatever you want to call it, you want to secure with your bobby pins.