Working out your face shape is a good idea before you start planning what long layered hair bundles you should go for. This is why a consultation with your stylist is always important before agreeing any final decisions. You should listen to your stylist too — if they suggest it’s a bad idea, listen to the reasons they give before dismissing them and choosing someone else to work with.
The perfect long layered hair bundles mean working out so much than just the cut alone. The cut, on it’s own, won’t look anywhere near as good as this picture unless you have the right colour combination to go along with it.
When you’re opting for lighter shades in your long layered hair bundles, make sure you’re protecting your hair in the best ways. If you are going blonde or light for the first time in a long time, you should be aware that maintenance of your look will be quintessential for how long the style comes across as salon-perfect for.
Staggered lengths helps to give you plenty of movement in otherwise boring, one-length hair, a perfect tip for when you want to wear your hair straight and long. In fact, Drew Barrymore has rocked this style a number of times, a big fan of these long layered haircuts herself.
You know what no matter how easy it may seem to wear lace front wigs, as a beginner you can never get it right without the right guidance. And, the real show of your hairpieces is only when they have been put on in the right way.
Be it synthetic lace front wigs or any other type from the inventory of wigs Canada, a wig guide is essential to achieve that desired look. However, sometimes even these guides can’t get you right and only real-life experiences can help you out.
If you have never worn a lace wig before, it is better to learn to wear it correctly or else your wig wearing mistakes will leave you embarrassed. Getting to know about the most common mistakes that women make while wearing lace front wigs will prepare you mentally and thus let you have a positive first-time wig wearing experience. Knowing about these mistakes beforehand will help you manage the complexities of wearing a wig easily.
Usually, first-time wig wearers apply the wrong glue to their wigs. Make sure you use the right glue and allow it to dry for 15 minutes before wearing it. If these wigs get cut incorrectly, the hair on these lace front wigs will turn out to be dry and brittle and will lose their natural charm. So treat them as your own hair by offering them the best favorable conditions. Always check the density of lace front wigs before investing in the one. This is the only factor that can differentiate between a natural and artificial hair. If you don’t want people to know that you are wearing a wig, make sure you have chosen your wig density wisely.
Many of us simply put on a wig without paying any attention to its wearing instructions. And, this is where things go wrong. If you want to achieve that perfect wig look, you will have to wrap up your own hair close to the scalp to make your lace front wigs go unnoticed. Sometimes to flaunt different wig look, beginners tend to go with a completely different wig color, which turns out to be really awkward. It is always recommended to go with the one that matches with your skin type otherwise it will be easily noticeable that you are wearing a wig.
For the first timers, please don’t commit the mistake of wearing a nylon mesh different from the cap color of your wig. This will make it easily noticeable that you are wearing a lace front wigs. Therefore, keep the color of your mesh same as that of the wig cap. Now you can wear your wigs and hairpieces like a pro!
Add a waves hair feel with this piled-high, sleek and pin-curl style do. The addition of jewelry really helps to make this look pop, although it doesn’t really need it. Still, everyone likes to sparkle, right?
It’s a simple waves hair given a new lease of life with some wrapped braids. Pulled-apart fishtail braids to be exact. It’s the easiest way to add a new braid to your look and doesn’t take too long in the morning either.
This pinned back look is so simple, and what makes it even better than that is the fact that you waves hair add it to hair that was curly yesterday and has dropped out a lot today. Add a teeny-tiny braid to liven things up and you’ve got a look that gets you from 0 to 10 in no time at all.
Spiral your waves hair with a small-barreled curling iron and then pile it all up on the top of your head for a look so cool, it wouldn’t look out of place on the pop star, Rihanna. It’s definitely elegant, but it has a modern and funky edge.
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.
Our hair tutorial today shows how to curl your human hair wigs with a straightener or flat iron! We also show an easy “hair hack” or trick using nail polish to determine if you have spun the flat iron correctly to get the perfect curl. We thought of this trick as my daughter was learning to curl her hair with a flat iron for the first time and are hoping it will help other beginners. This method can be tricky to master at first, but once you get it down, it becomes easy and so fun. We love these curls because they last for days and look so gorgeous!
Hey guys, come along with us to the salon where she gets layers cut for the first time! We thought it would be fun to do something different this week and show you a “behind the scenes” look at her fun new haircut. She has had her human hair wigs cut more dramatically short (to her shoulders) in the past and donated it, but she has never had layers!
She is loving her fresh new cut and it looks so stylish and cute down (straight or curled.) But FYI… layers do make your hair more difficult to braid (since you will have shorter human hair wigs mixed in with longer pieces.) If any of you are thinking of doing the same type of cut but still want to be able to wear your hair up, I would suggest asking for “long layers” which is what she got. While it will be more difficult, she should still be able to do most braids, ponytails, buns, etc, since her layers don’t start up super high on her head.
This Tinkerbell human hair wigs tutorial is inspired by the hairstyle worn on Disney’s fairy Tinker Bell in the movie Peter Pan! A cute messy bun or “top knot” wrapped with ribbon and side swept bangs. Of course, my daughter doesn’t have bangs (as I’m sure many of you don’t as well) so we made some “fake bangs” using her own hair!
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.
The Round Face:
On the round face the distance between the forehead and the chin is about equal to the distance between the remy hair. Choose a style with a short fringe, which lengthens the face, and a short cut, which makes the face look thinner.
Styles To Avoid:?Curly, because they will draw attention to the roundness; remy hair, long hair; styles that are pulled right back off the face.
The Oval Face:
The oval face has wide cheekbones that taper down into a small, often pointed chin and upto a fairly narrow forehead. This is regarded by many experts as the prefect face shape. If your face is oval in shape then you have the advantage of being able to wear any peruvian hair?you choose.
The Square Face:
The square face is angular with a broad forehead and a square jawline. To make the best of this shape, choose a hairstyle with malaysian hair, preferably one that features soft waves or curls. This will create a softness that detracts from the hard lines partcularly around the jaw. The hair should be parted at the side of the head and any fringe (bangs) combed away from the face.
Styles To Avoid: Very severe geometric cuts – they will only have the effect of enphasising the squareness of your face; long bobs with a heavy fringe; severe styles in which the malaysian hair?is scraped off the face and with a parting down the centre.
The Long Face:
A long face is characterised by a high forehead and long chin, and needs to be given the illusion of width. Soften the effect with remy hair, or go for a bob with a fringe to create horizontal lines. Scrunch-dried or curly bobs balance a long face.
Styles To Avoid: Styles without a fringe, straight, blunt cuts.