Centre part your hair with chopstick and section clip away one side.
Use your chopstick to make a second parting from the front of the hairline ~5cm above the top of the ear round to the back of the head, at a slightly upward angle.
Hold your feather strand up to the parting line to test the length. Play with removing whole bunches for big adjustments.
If neither of these achieve the perfect placement, you can move the parting line up or down slightly to make the strands sit better in your hair length.
Make a mental plan of your feather placement. We install in two ‘sides’ so divide your strands in half and set one half aside. The diagrams show suggested positioning, or you can freestyle according to your own layers.
(Note: If you have especially long hair and want them to show beyond the tips, install them lower on the head to maximise length.)
Gather a small section of hair. This amount of ‘scalp surface area’ will vary depending on hair thickness and texture.
Open the clip and push the teeth downwards into the section of hair close to the scalp. Close the clip. Test the hold by pulling gently on the strand to see if it moves.
Trim any excess bunches off the bottom of the strand if necessary.
Repeat these steps, attaching your strands throughout the hair. Refer to the placement map for recommended positioning, or freestyle according to your own layers.
Once you have installed the first half, let down the section clips. Part and section to show the other side of your hair, ready to repeat the process with the second half of the pack.