4 updo hairstyles you can do with Flip in hair extensions
4 updo hairstyles you can do with Flip in hair extensionsUpdos with Flip in Hair Extensions? Absolutely! You've got it right. Responding to popular demand, I've curated a collection of my preferred hair tutorials utilizing our Ugeat Halo Hair Extensions.
This way, you can relish more of your morning coffee moments before tackling your workday...
Curious about the magic that accelerates hairstyling with the halo, you ask?
Well, it eliminates the need for those seemingly miraculous endeavors to transform your fine or thin hair into a thicker mane, involving texturizing and volumizing products.
You can effortlessly sweep your hair into a ponytail, bypassing the half-hour typically spent in attempts to tease and add volume. Or, you can effortlessly craft an updo that resists unraveling midway through the styling process.
In these four hairstyle tutorials, you'll witness firsthand how effortlessly you can create flawless looks using your Ugeat Halo Extensions.
1.The Voluminous Ponytail
Ponytails are timeless updos that harmonize wonderfully with hair extensions, and there are good reasons behind them.
They can be dressed up or down, usually depending on if you're wearing gym gear or a little black dress.
This updo with virgin tape in hair extensions #2/18/22 is just a standard low ponytail with a little twist.Literally. This style can be worn cute and casual or elevated with accessories for more formal events.
So, how to create this look?
Start with clean, dry hair, and add your favorite volumizing product.
Add your halo to boost the volume and add more bulk to the braid.
Loosely curl your strands to create some subtle movement and volume.
Pull your hair back into a low ponytail and loosely braid the length leaving about an inch at the bottom.
Pull the braid out so that it is super thick and wide.
Don't fret if a few strands fall out, this only adds to the unkempt look.
Pull out two strands at the front to frame your face.
To dress this style up add a headband, decorative clip, or statement earnings.
2. Twisted Bun
Messy bun and getting stuff done!
This is the ultimate go-to look for ladies who appreciate low-maintenance style.
Except, it can actually be incredibly hard to perfect!
We're all familiar with the fact that our messy bun tends to look its best right before we step into the shower!
But fear not, this uncomplicated halo hair extensions #P16/22 tricks will consistently elevate your messy bun to a flawless 10/10, all with minimal exertion.
Often, the hurdle we face when attempting this style is a lack of volume.
With the fine or medium halo, your hair will attain the necessary fullness to take your bun to a whole new level.
3. Half up Half Down
The half-up half-down hairstyle has resurged in popularity since its initial rise in the early 90s.
It's a straightforward, versatile look that universally flatters all face shapes.
So, how can you incorporate halo hair extensions into the half-up half-down hairstyle?
To start, position your halo hair extensions #1b slightly lower than usual.This adjustment facilitates easier concealment of the hairpiece.
Gather a small section of hair from the crown of your head and secure it in a ponytail. Make sure to leave ample hair to mask the halo at the back.
Tighten the ponytail to generate volume at the crown and tease it lightly for added oomph.
Introduce voluminous curls to the remaining hair for a finishing touch.
Finalize the appearance by adorning the base of your ponytail with a scrunchie or a headscarf.
4. High Bun
One of the most unexpectedly stunning updos for halo extensions is the high bun.
With the aid of halo hair extensions #4, your formerly lackluster and lifeless messy bun will be transformed into a voluminous and stunning creation.To craft this elevated style, commence by imparting loose, tousled curls to your natural hair and the halo, separately.
Gently tease the hair on the crown of your head to impart additional volume. Subsequently, gather your hair into a loosely styled high ponytail, ensuring a few strands frame your face.
This is where the magic unfolds.
For incorporating the halo into a high bun, disengage the wire and instead secure it with two bobby pins, each placed on either side of the hairpiece.
Position one side underneath the ponytail, and wrap the halo around the ponytail's base.
Secure both the ponytail and halo strands around the base to craft a bun that captures attention.