Fall is here!
And it is the time of year when leaves turn beautiful colors, and you want to slip into a cozy sweater and warm leggings.
Now that summer is in the rearview mirror, colder weather travel is upon us, and it can be confusing on how to dress for an entirely new climate.
Slick ponytails are all the rage this season and whether you opt for a low or high ponytail, you can achieve a glam yet timeless look by using hair extensions. Hair extensions are great for people with short hair, who have always wanted to style a long-hair high ponytail with any of their looks. With a sleek ponytail, you can either dress up or down and accordingly. To achieve this look with extensions
3. Half bun
A half bun is a cute and casual hairstyle for most, and is great for when you are on the go. However, this hairstyle requires thick hair, and individuals who have thin hair struggle to achieve a good half bun. Most individuals hence use extensions while styling a half bun as it gives their hair more weight and a fuller look.
At Empress Hair Extensions, we would love for you to use hair extensions but just in time for a change we want you to learn some tips to salvage your summer hair and prepare it for the new season.
So, out with the old and in with the new!
Here are some tips:
Chop Off that Summer Damage
Consider the fall the perfect time for a big chop, it serves as a big change and as a way to trim off any of the damage that the summer could have done to your hair. In any way, you can still achieve those long hair with your hair extensions right?
Try a Fall Inspired Color
With the leaves changing pretty colors, it is hard not to imagine yourself making a change too. The fall is a great time to bring some warm colors into your hair with highlights or a totally new color.
It is trendy to get pretty brunette ombre with mixes of oranges and reds. If you are thinking of coloring your hair may add damage to it, Empress Hair Extensions are made of human hair which is very safe to use with hair color.
Vitamins are a great way to nourish your body, but they are also a great way to impact your hair. Vitamin A, vitamin C, biotin, and iron are all vitamins that will help your hair look shinier and healthier.
Try Using Oils and Serums
Oils and serums are a simple way to add moisture to your hair during the fall season. They replace the natural sebum that your hair produces in between washing your hair.
Cut Down on Heat Styling
Since the weather is already going to be drying out your hair, you don’t want to add to the dryness by blow drying, straightening, or curling your hair.
Fall is all about change, the leaves change color, the heat turning into crisp air, drinking iced coffee turns into hot coffee. You should bring about change too. Clean out your closet, set up your planner, and most importantly take great care of your hair.