Trying a new hairstyle is something everyone should do at least once in a lifetime. However, getting a drastic haircut, or dying your hair can be a step too far for many. Similarly, waiting for your hair to grow in order to try a new style can be a long process that requires a lot of patience. This is where hair extensions can come to the rescue with the right ones, you can have that hairstyle that you’ve dreamed about.
So if you’ve been thinking about trying something new, without making it permanent, here are some amazing hairstyles that you can get using hair extensions.
1. High bun
The high bun is a versatile hairstyle that can be worn for elegant events and casual outings alike. So if you want to experiment with this hairstyle, feel free to use extensions to create more length and volume for your hair. Once the extension is properly attached, you can style it into a high bun, using an elastic band and hairpins. Take out a few random hair pieces to create a messy effect, but make sure to keep things balanced, so your hairstyle won’t look too messy.
2. Low bun
The low bun is high bun’s little sister, and it’s a great hairstyle for those who prefer elegance and subtlety. Again, if your hair is too short, you can get some help by using the extensions, however, it’s important to make sure that your hair is smoothly blow-dried, so the final result will look neat and elegant. The low bun should be at the base of your neck. As for the style itself, it depends on whether you want to make it slightly messy by taking a few strands out or to keep it smooth.
3. Low ponytail
This hairstyle is a more laid-back version of a high ponytail, however, it can be quite stylish as well. Just like with other hairstyles, make sure to use one strand of hair to wrap around the elastic band to hide it. Also, a low ponytail is a better alternative to a high ponytail, as it isn’t pulling your hair down, and what’s even better, this hairstyle is great if you enjoy experimenting with different hair accessories such as scrunchies, ribbons, headbands, and barrettes.
4. High ponytail
High ponytail is very in vogue, mostly thanks to Ariana Grande, the most talked-about pop star at the moment. In case your hair lacks sufficient length and volume, then using clip-in hair extensions for thin hair will give you a luscious ponytail perfect for any occasion. But, when styling a high ponytail, it’s essential to blow dry your hair first, regardless of its original length. That way, you’re preventing frizz and flyaways, which will make your hairstyle look neat and glossy.
5. Top knot
Top knots have been popularized by reality stars and influencers like Khloé Kardashian, and it’s well-known that celebrities use extensions for almost every hairstyle, so why wouldn’t you? So, if you want to make a top knot, just use an extension that you’ve previously attached, and pull the front section of your hair back into a messy bun at the top of your head. This hairstyle is quite easy to pull off which is why it’s such a favorite.
6. Beach waves
Ah, the beach waves, such a perfect style that is perfect for summery sun-kissed moments. Beach waves aren’t that difficult to style, even if you don’t have long hair, but you need the right tools and methods to pull that off. Use your favorite extensions to create length, and then feel free to style them using a curling iron or even a hair straightener. Just keep in mind that beach waves should be laidback and slightly tousled, so there’s no need to spend too much time styling each curl individually.
7. Double French braids
French braids are perfect if you love to keep your hair protected during exercise. However, in the past few years, they’ve become more popular, so now it’s not uncommon to wear them with more elegant outfits. So, in order to create French braids you need to place your extensions and then part your hair in the middle and section it off in two sides. After that, braid each side, but remember that you need equal amounts of hair on each side.
These hairstyles are perfect for almost any event, and they can be easily achieved with quality hair extensions. If you’re savvy, you can do that by yourself, however, if it’s your first time using extensions, and you need help, feel free to ask your hairstylist for some help.
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