This can occur the attachment is being pinched at the top while installing. The top of the attachment needs to be GENTLY GUIDED into place with a finger or thumb and forefinger. That light/gentle touch cools the top of the bond so that you can let go of the extension and allow it to dry. This also can occur if you are scraping your bundle on the side of your pot after dipping, do not do that. Give the bundle a little shake to loosen extra bond but never scrape it on the side of the pot. You will lose too much bond and risk that very result you want to avoid, one that causes that irritation of poking hairs. You can roll dry bonds and press those hairs into the soft bond but only after they've had 24-48 hours of cure-time to eliminate breaking up the bond where you are pressing or rolling. Best practice is to not roll or press the bond at all.
Monica says, "This is the best hair extension system I have used so far. I have very fine hair and I have used clip in and glue and just about ruined my hair. This system is so gentle on your hair and feels so natural.”