Foxy Locks Hair Extensions Review

There’s nothing like a day spent at the salon, don’t you agree?  I did exactly that Saturday afternoon, and believe me it was a much needed trip. While I was there I decided it would be a good time to get my Foxy Locks Clip In Extensions layered and cut; which would make for an easy blend with my actual hair. Upon walking out 2 ½ hours later (told you it was much needed) I was feeling pretty fabulous. Lucky for me later that night I was going to be celebrating a friend’s birthday and would be able to show off my new look, but that’s not what this post is about. I’d instead like to share with you my personal feelings about the Foxy Locks Extensions I wore out this weekend and that  I’ve been so in love with for the past 5 months.

I actually came across Foxy Locks via the owner and creator’s (Imogen) YouTube channel while searching for reviews of  different clip in hair extensions. Imogen is a woman with a serious love for thick, voluminous hair, which is exactly what her extensions offer. On her channel you’ll find tons of gorgeous celeb how-to’s, product reviews, and of course a giveaway or two. She also has a blog where you can find even more of the aforementioned.

A Little About Foxy Locks Extensions

  • They offer 120, 160, & 215 gram sets of hair. – I chose the 160 to add extra volume to my fine hair.
  • They come in an array of vibrant, rich colors. — I found Darkest Brown 2 to be my best match.
  • They’re made from 100% Remy human hair. Meaning you can wash, curl, straighten, color, or whatever them just like your own hair. — Therefore, I would advise you to treat it like your own in order to keep the hair in tip top condition.
  • They’re affordable extensions for the quality you get. — I paid $127.21 USD + shipping for my 160g set.

The 160 gram deluxe set includes: One - 8" wide w/ 4 clipsOne - 7" wide w/ 4 clips Two - 6" wide w/ 3 clips Two - 4" wide w/ 2 clips Four - 1" wide w/ 1 clip

One con I did notice about the Foxy Locks brand is they only offer 20 inch long sets vs. other sites that offer a wider variety (16″, 18″, 24″  etc.), but that really wasn’t too much of a set back. Other than that I really only have positive things to say about them as of now.

They’re very easy to style and overall give a very natural look. Whenever I wear them out I get compliments on them and no one but my close friends really seem to notice. I do occasionally wonder if I would’ve been better off with the 120g set since I feel the 160g may be better suited for those with normal to thick hair, but that isn’t due to the extensions feeling too heavy, just the fact that I like my extensions to look as natural as possible. I also really like that the clips are not bulky or heavy, and don’t slip out (which tends to happen with my fine hair). I’ve  had those kinds of problems with my Remy extensions from Sally’s Beauty Supply, but then again they were definitely not in the same quality bracket as Foxy Locks.

Before and After


Overall, I really enjoy wearing them on special occasions and when I’m going out with friends; they’re my go-to hair accessory.  So if you’re looking to add some length, volume,  or a little spice into your hair style I’d definitely recommend these to you.

If you decide to try Foxy Locks Extensions out or already use them let me know what you think!





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  2. I also purchased the 160g set for my fine hair and I understand what you are saying about them not looking natural. They were so thick that they didn’t blend quite right with my thin hair– especially towards the ends. I also wondered if maybe I should have gotten the 120g, but instead, I took my thinning shears and thinned the extensions with one snip starting about 2/3 of the way down the extension and (in some cases) a second snip closer to the ends. This made the ends look a lot more natural without sacrificing most of the thickness I got from the 160g extensions.
    (Note that my extensions are not much longer than my hair. I would not recommend making the initial thinning snip below the ends of your natural hair or it will show.)
    Hope this helps :)

    • Thanks for the advice! Now that I’ve cut about 6 inches off my hair I was considering taking them into my stylist to get them blended in so they don’t just sit there not being used. I may have to ask her to thing them a little as well, I don’t know how well that would do over if I did it myself haha.

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