Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Hair Extensions

Hair Extensions
Have you noticed the amount of celebrities Ravishing Ravens who have all of a sudden grown long, flowing locks? The key to their fabulous hair is the clever use of hair extensions, carefully blended to match exactly with their own hair.
Hair extensions offer instant volume haute hair for limp tresses hair SOS or emergency relief from a disastrous haircut.
You can expect extensions to last up to three months.
Caring for hair extensions is a bit different from caring for natural hair. Some things that you should know.
• Use a soft bristle brush and brush your hair from the bottom and gently work your way up.
• Gently tie your hair up while sleeping.
• Do not color your own hair extentions at home.
• To prevent tangling, run your fingers through the braid extensions.
• Don't spray your extensions with conditioners or any silicone based products as they can cause the braids to slip.

How long can extensions be? Ellen Pompeo
You can have any length you want up to about 26"-30". Anything longer than this puts extra weight on your scalp which may lead to uneven pressure and damage to your own hair. The best looking hair extensions for average height women are usually around 22" or less.

How much are they?
It's all relative. Someone will do it for you for a few hundred dollars while others will charge thousands. Shop around, but remember that to get the best possible product you will pay a premium price. However, your hair will look great, it will last and you will feel terrific!

Can I wear my hair up?
Of course, the hair extensions should not be applied any lower than the base of your scalp (approximately at the level of the middle of your ears), so your hair covers the extensions while you wear it in pigtails, ponytails - see Reese Witherspoon, french braids etc.

Does it hurt?
No! If it hurts get out of there! The extensions artist should braid the tracks firmly but comfortably. The tension should be even all over your head with no points pulling or hurting. Do not put up with someone telling you it has to be really tight in order to be secure. Pulling your hair out is not the idea. You will know you have something on your head for the first day or two but after that you won't even feel that they are there.

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Anonymous said...

The infamous sock bun has been a trend statement that doesn't seem to go out of style. It's simple, chic, and celebrities love to rock it! Here's how to make a sock bun in just a few minutes. You may need to practice a bit at first.
What You'll Need:
• A sock (black, brown, or taupe, depending on your hair color)
• Scissors
• Bobby pins + Hair tie
• Hairspray
• Comb

1. Cut the toe off the sock and then roll the sock inside out until it forms the shape of a doughnut.

2. Using a fine-toothed comb or small boar brush, pull your hair back and secure into a high ponytail. You can either slick your hair back tightly or a little loose for a messy high bun.

3. Pull your ponytail through your newly made sock doughnut. Once all your hair is through, starting from the end of the ponytail (with your sock) begin rolling your hair around the doughnut. It will be an outward rolling motion and you'll be flipping the bottom side of the sock upward using both hands. Don't worry about it looking uneven at first, keep rolling!

4. Continue until you've reached the base of your ponytail and tuck away any loose ends underneath. Also, if there are any gaps in the bun, gently spread hair out making it more even.

5. Secure bun with bobby pins, while also pinning loose ends around it. Last, give it a spritz of your Milani “Hold it Right There” Hair Spray (from Level 1-3 depending on your desired hold) and you're ready to go!
Optional: For a fuller bun, you can gently pull and tease strands from the middle of the bun going outward.
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