Have you ever heard about halo extensions? It is a fast, easy way to spice your look up. Halo hair extensions instantly add length and volume without having to clip in multiple pieces or commit to semi-permanent extensions you would get at a salon. It is a single strip of hair that is placed around the top of your head and securely sits in place with invisible wire. So, which hairstyles can you get with halo extensions? Let’s with us discover top 3 hairstyles with halo hair extensions that just take a few minutes.
How To Wear Halo Hair Extensions
Brushing Your Hair and The Halo Hair Extensions Weft
Begin by gently brushing your hair and the halo weft. It is recommended to use a paddle brush or a wide-toothed comb to prevent damage or breakage. Section off the hair around the top of your head in a circular motion using a rattail comb. Make sure you leave a few hair strands flowing around the frame of your face. This helps you get a more natural look once the halo is put in place and help to cover up the wire as well. Keep the sectioned off hair around the crown clipped away.
Place The Halo Hair Extensions Weft Between The Bun And Above the Ears
Place the halo weft around the crown of your head where the circular part is. It means that the weft should sit in between the bun and above your ears. Be sure that the wire is not too loose or too tight. If you are not sure, shake your head to check. If it moves, go down in size. On the contrary, if it pops off, go up in size.
Secure The Halo Extensions With The Clips
Secure the halo hair extensions at the hairline a few inches above your ear with the clips. Then, take the bun down to blend your natural hair with the weft. Use a regular comb or paddle brush to brush all hair into place. However, make sure to be extra gentle when combing the hair to avoid snagging the Halo wire or accidentally moving the halo out of place. Now, it’s time to style your hair.
Don’t let you wait any longer, let’s explore 3 time-saving halo hairstyles right now.
Double Twisted Braid with Halo Hair Extensions
Clip each 2 halo weft on either side of your head for added volume and blending.
Take a two-inch section of hair from each side of your head and twist both pieces inward. Then, pin each piece at the back of your head as if you are doing a half-up style.
Take the rest of the hair, section it off into three parts and begin to braid it. Use an elastic with the same color to your hair to secure the bottom of the braid.
Take the braid and gently pinch at the sides, pull out the hair and fluff the braid up. Don’t overdo this to where the braid comes apart, but just enough to create a loose, tousled braid. Smooth out a few wispy pieces around your frame face to add the finishing touches to the lovely look.
Boho, Voluminous Half Braid
Wear your halo hair extensions as usual. However, instead of clipping 2 wefts on each side of your head, clip both of them at the back of your head. This helps add volume to your braid.
Pull half of your hair backwards and start braiding. Make sure you don’t pull it too tight because we will go for a chic boho look that isn’t super polished or overdone. Tie the braid with a clear band that matches the color of your hair.
To create a loose braid, gently take out parts of the braid without it being undone. Finish off the step by applying a small amount of hairspray to your hair.
Braided Crown With Halo Hair Extensions
For this braided hairstyle, take one weft and divide it into three sections and create a 3-strand braid. Once you finish braiding, tie the bottom with an elastic that matches your hair color. Pull pieces of the braid out to create a full, tousled braid.
Now, part your hair at the side of your head and securely apply the braided weft a few inches above your ear and under the Halo weft’s lace part.
Move the braid over to the other side so that it sits like a headband at the top of your head.
Use bobby pins to keep the braid in place.
As you’ve just seen, halo hair extensions are an effective way to achieve longer, fuller hair. You can get many beautiful hairstyles with halo hair extensions in just a few easy steps. Is this article useful for you? Please comment if you have any question. Thanks so much for reading!
Hello there. I’m Elara Larson. I’m a hair stylist and blogger about the latest trends in hair extensions. I hope to help you find the best extensions for your needs. Thanks!
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