If you're looking to add length, volume, or a little bit of both to your natural hair, extensions will works well for you. And when it comes to extensions, there are so much versatility you can choose from everything from single pieces that you can clip in yourself to professional options that can be sewn in and last for months on end. That being said, if you'd like to go the temporary, DIY route, halo hair extensions are one of the best choices out there.
What are Halo hair?
Halo hair are exactly what they sound like: hair attached to a ring of clear fish wire. Instead of clipping or sewing in wefts, Halo hair extensions sit gently on top of your head, secured with a thin, invisible wire, blends seamlessly into your natural hair. Like a crown on your head. They’re perfect for first-time users and simple enough to apply for everyday wear in just a few minutes.
How Do They Differ From Other Hair Extensions?
Halo hair are unique because they create instant length and volume without any hassle. It only takes one step to apply, unlike clip-ins and sew-ins. Not only is putting in halo hair extensions super easy to use, but they're also very easy to disguise and you can customize the fit as well. In short, they end up looking super natural.
Although the Holo hair and pre-bonded extensions are blend seamlessly into your own hair. The major difference is halo hair can be removed instantly.
Who Should Get Halo Extensions?
These are a great choice for pretty much anyone who wants additional length, body, or both. They're also choice for those who may not be super well-versed in DIY extension application.
Halo hair extensions are best suited for those with hair longer than shoulder length and a thin to medium thickness hair type. For those with a thicker or shorter hair type, we don't recommend Halo hair. It will likely appear "stringy" at the bottom if attempted to blend in these hair types.
Who Should Avoid Halo Extensions?
Overall, these are a pretty universal option. However, as mentioned above, people with hair that is too thick or too short are not suitable for halo hair, that because these extensions feature a good amount of hair. It may not necessarily be the right choice for those who already have a lot of hair to begin with, and simply want a little more length because there's often a more noticeable line of demarcation.
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