5-7 Tooth Speed Separator Clips

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This little clip is essential for any installation method that involves a heat tool. A safety shield keeps hot tools safely away from the scalp, while the tines separate the section in record speed. You’ll be able to complete your installations faster and safer than ever before!


These clips cut time off any installation. Sectioning small amounts of hair eats away at your bottom line and ain’t NOBODY got time for that! With these clips you will not only save time, but you will get uniform sectioning with your installation method. PLUS these clips aren’t going to slip on you; with a rubberized backing that holds the clip in place, you can be sure your installation will be a breeze every time.

  •     Saves time
  •     Uniform sectioning
  •     Two sizes available: 5 tooth and 7 tooth for large and small sectioning
  •     Rubberized strips hold clips in place
  •     Specifically designed for extension installations

These clips make installations a breeze! Safety shield keeps hot tools safely away from the scalp. A must have for any extensionist's arsenal.

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Do you have a video on how this work? It would seem that the separator wouldn't allow you to get close to the scalp. If there is a method that allows the separated sections to be easily released so that I could get the hair close to the scalp I would be interested in this. Thank you
We don't have a video here - and it does force you to work further down the strand. I'm not sure if there is anything that allows them to be more easily released - I assume you are meaning so you can release them one by one for install... this is a great...
What are the 5 tooth separators best for and what are the 7 tooth separators best for? And are either of them good when sectioning hair to install synthetic dreadlocks?
They are primarily used to section for heated strand by strand installations - like Shrinkies (heated shrink tubes) or Fusion (hot adhesive).
Would these work for I tip extensions? If so which one would I need the 5 or 7 tooth?
Depends on which installation methods - I really only like these for fusion where you need to allow for space near the roots and to not burn the client's scalp. If you are using I-Tips for Linkies or Shrinkies - they are okay, but I find them to be ...
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