Wish you could have hair like Paris Hilton's? Assuming that was the case for millions of girls, the heiress launched Clipin-Go, a line of fake hair extensions, making it even easier for her fans to copy her look.
Clipin-Go comes in 10 different colours, and each set costs $80. The ads are currently being shot at Smashbox Studios in LA starring none other than Paris herself. (Obviously.)
For those who didn't know, Paris never had long, Barbie-doll style hair. Her locks have always been on the shorter side, but for years she faked the length of her tresses with extensions. Obviously hers were applied in top-notch salons -- the Clipin-Go would look so faux in comparison -- but these extensions could be fun for a night out every now and then.
Paris isn't the first to launch her own clip-in hair extension line. Jessica Simpson launched Hair U Wear along with stylist Ken Paves a few years ago.
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