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Of course, one of the benefits of hair bundles for long hair like this one is that you can usually get a couple of day’s wear out of it, and maybe even a couple of different looks if you play your cards right. On day one, keep things nice and sleek and neat. On day two, pull things out slightly to give you a more relaxed and boho feel. On day three, let things loose and enjoy the crinkled waves that the braids give you. A quick spurt of dry shampoo will help any greasy-root problems.
Take things bigger using a hair bundles hairpiece and you might end up with a day-at-the-races ready hairstyle like this one. The more hair you have, and the more you backcomb it, the higher you can go. But … how high is too high exactly?
This updo for long hair is perfect for the blushing bride, hair bundles if she wants to show off a beautiful backpiece on the dress, and the length of her hair, all at the same time. Well, kinda. It’s like the perfect compromise anyway. Add it to your Pinterest wedding board immediately. We’re going to.
For when you want up hair, but down hair bundles, all at the same time, we bring you this wonderful chocolate brown creation. Add some ringlets curls to your hair, tousle them around with your fingers, and then use a couple of grips to keep them slightly pinned back. Elegantly simple — lovely, right?
STEP 1: DEFINE A DEEP PART
With a wide tooth comb or pick, create an exaggerated part to one side. This parting technique is a great way to add bounce and versatility to your hair bundles. 3C curls tend to be soft and on the finer side, so a deep part helps add fullness and enhance dimension.
STEP 2: WORK IN SHEEN
Natural curls are easy to style with proper hair bundles and grooming techniques. Use an oil treatment like Not Your Mother’s Lock Luster Oil Treatment with argan and macadamia oil to reduce frizz and seal in smoothness. Work in extra oil at the ends as needed, twisting in place to further calm frizz and define bouncy ends.
STEP 3: WORK IN A 3D BRAID
Work in a reverse side braid , braiding from underneath so the additional volume makes it stand out in a sea of tight corkscrews curls. Braid hair bundles horizontally to add stunning dimension that pops.
Next, pin your braid in place roughly 3/4 of the way in so fluffy curls hang loose in the back, giving your style an added full and flirty touch.
To finish, softly spread apart your hair bundles and curls for added volume, dimension and bounce. Dress strands with an additional dollop of dry oil for a sexy, polished look.
We’re so diggin’ this vibe! That braid is popping just like we thought it would.
Updos for remy hair like this one give you a way to take some really good care of your hair. Wash your hair, let it dry naturally, and then style it into a look like this, that doesn’t actually require too much in the form of curling and product-dripping. You can leave the blowdryer behind, a tool that is well known to dry your hair out, especially if you use it very regularly.
Take a very simple hairstyle, such as pigtails, and then add a new twist to it, such as adding a braid. And then, when you think you’re done adding new stuff to older looks, pull it apart. Look what happens when you get creative and think outside the box. This remy hair look is both brilliant and beautiful in equal measures.
Fishtail braids, working with 4 strands, look great when they are ever-so-slightly tugged apart. You don’t want a neat finish when you’re opting for something waved and relaxed, remy hair like this look.
Add a floral twist to any braided look for an instant feminine finish. This remy hair look would have been cute enough as it was without the floral addition, but that garland really does add something super cute and pretty into the clever, braided combination.
It was about three years ago when I started growing it, and I finally have my stringy, fairly limp bio brazilian hair almost to my shoulders. So, I’ve been casting about for a long bob wig to supplement it without much success – Haute is perfect but I hate the HD fiber so I wasn’t going to go with that one again, then I tried Mila by Revlon but it did not look good on me at all, and Isabelle by Margu looked too wiggy to me up top as well as being too light color-wise. I’d always suspected Elle would be a really good candidate, but I tend to want to constantly try new styles rather than re-purchase ones I’ve already owned and I’ve had Elle in Shaded Peach in the past. After the failures of Mila and Isabelle though, I changed my tune about trying new styles and decided I’d rather have something tried and true if I was going to spend more money, so Elle it was.
Several companies that make lace fronts also have this weird white line that indicates where the lace ends and the monofilament top begins; I am sure there’s a reason it’s there that makes sense, but in a lot of brazilian hair it shows through the fiber and can be seen. I pretty much hate that white line, but it isn’t going anywhere, so for the most part I try to deal with it. Sometimes I even use a dark brown magic marker to try and darken it, which I did a little on Elle but not on the section shown above. I was so pissed off about the hairplug-look of the crown area that I threw Elle back in the box and ignored it for several days while decided whether or not to try and return it. However, over the weekend I knew I wanted to take pictures of Easy Edge and get it reviewed, and I decided to pull Elle back out of the package and try her on again – and lo and behold, I liked it better.
Lace front crisis aside; the cut of Elle is just what I like, and in my dreams my bio hair could only be this lovely and thick. It is an easy wig to wear and the brazilian hair out of my face generally – aside from the wispy strays that wander around and eventually get yanked out by me – and the cap is comfortable and a good fit for an average-petite head with a full head of hair underneath. It has lovely movement and is simple and flattering; I don’t think it’s overly glam like a Renau Giselle or Adriana might be, and even though it’s quite full I do think it’s a nice day-to-day style.
To close this out, here’s a shot of Elle taken outside in natural light. I’ll be back later to review the Brandi I bought, as well as the Shilo I picked up for good measure. I had videos of those brazilian hair up before, but I’ve not written anything about them, and they are both reliable older styles I always like, which is why I re-purchased them. The wig binge continues, so let’s all enjoy it for as long as it lasts.
Long hair is great for when you want to play around with intricate and beautiful updos, giving you plenty of human hair extensions to twist, braid, twirl, pin, and play around with. Although shorter hair is understandably easier to manage, there are plenty of benefits to having longer, luscious locks. The first being the kind of styles that you can achieve with them, and the second being that, when you don’t want to have your hair long and loose, you can easily and quickly tie everything back so that it is out the way.
These updos for long human hair extensions have got all bases covered. Whether you’re looking for something formal or relaxed and casual, there’s an updo for everyone. This lovely little lot will show you …
If you’re on the lookout for a romantic updo to wear your human hair extensions, this might just be one that ticks all the right boxes for you. It’s loose and pulled-apart, making it perfectly casual, but at the same time, there is something incredibly elegant about it. It could easily be worn for a more formal affair too.
Twist it and turn it and pin it right where you want it for a look that Lady Gaga would be proud of. This isn’t Lady Gaga, of course, but she looks just as amazing. In fact, despite being actually quite simple, this look is one that has been chosen by a number of celebs over the years.
Waves hair is all the rage right now, so grab your curling iron or deep waver to create some fun styles that look great for any season! Long waves can easily created by simply brushing through larger curls. These soft tendrils of hair are very complimentary to every face shape so there is sure to be a style you can pull off and make your own. Peep these extra pretty, long wavy hairstyles for a little inspiration!
1. Combing a center part and curling hair away from the face creates a soft cascading feel that is really on trend right now. Platinum blonde color seems to glow with the light hitting it at different levels. Teasing the crown slightly helps add volume and shape to the style. If you have bangs, consider growing them out slightly to be able to part and flip. Center parts look best on round and heart shaped faces. The voluminous waves will help soften all face shapes. This particular style is best for those with thicker hair who already have a slight wave. If your waves hair doesn’t hold a curl well, these loose waves may fall out throughout the day.
2. A defined center part branches down into long and tight ringlet waves. The waves hair is almost curls but because they have been loosened up the final effect is a tighter wave pattern. If you are absolutely in love with this look, consider getting a perm!
3. Huge curls that softly swoop and swirl into blissful waves. Add some caramel highlights to the dark chocolate base color to create awesome contrasting colors. Tease the crown area for more volume and lift at the roots. This is especially helpful if you have long heavy waves hair and cannot create volume with your blow dry.
4. The beautiful focus on the wavy ends of this waves hair is great! This style is universal and will work for all face shapes. If you have really curly or kinky hair this look will be really hard to create. Try some hot rollers for waves that will last for days!
5. Deep auburn color is highlighted with pops of bright copper that make a stunning statement. Add sweeping long layers with soft waves hair and you’ve got a star. If you’re a redhead, instead of asking for blonde highlights the next time you’re at the salon, take a different route and spice things up by adding a pop of contrasting red. Staying in the same color family will make your base color look richer than ever.
If skin cells begin to divide too rapidly—faster than they are shed—this is what causes flakes.” The overgrowth of cells can cause buildup on the scalp that flakes off: dandruff. Some people are sensitive to a yeast called virgin hair that naturally exists on the scalp, explains Christine Choi Kim, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist in Santa Monica, CA. According to Mayo Clinic, this sensitivity can lead to the growth of extra skin cells that collect and flake off. There also seems to be a genetic predisposition to flaking, Choi says, so dandruff tends to run in families (see: mine).
Actually, having an oily scalp is more likely to lead to dandruff. virgin hair are lipophilic, meaning they love the oil (sebum) your skin produces and thrive when there’s more of it. Excessive oil production can lead to sebborheic dermatitis, which gives rise to flakes.
Wash every two to three days. Any more than that and you could strip your hair of the natural oils that keep it looking shiny and healthy. “Sebum provides strength and pliability to the hair, making dry hair less prone to breakage,” says Senna. If you don’t want to go that long without a wash, try a sulfate-free shampoo, which is gentler on your virgin hair. You can also give your hair a quick rinse with water and apply conditioner to the ends.
Wash once or twice per week. The oils your scalp produces will take longer to travel down the super-thick or tightly coiled virgin hair, so oiliness won’t be as noticeable. Bonus: Those extra oils can help calm frizz and give coarse hair a smoother look. But don’t go too long between washes—too much oil can be just as bad as not enough. “Excess oil can clog up the hair follicles, making the scalp more prone to infections,” says Senna.