The only difference between runway hairstyles and the trendy looks achieved at home... now, anyone can achieve them with a little practice.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 07, 2011
After scouring the Fashion Week runways & magazines, the Hair Professionals at Extensions.com have made projections for the top Fall hair trends of the season. With looks that include both messy and sleek hairstyles, Extensions.com launched a campaign for November 2011 that showcases four hair trends inspired by those spotted on the catwalk. What are these trends? The website forecasts the following looks as fashion-forward yet wearable and easy to achieve: Hippie Chic, the Sleek Ponytail, the Retro Flip and Messy Braids.
At first glance, these select trends may seem and appear complicated. But Extensions.com believes that the four looks can be achieved at home without a salon visit. The site teaches viewers how to ‘get the look’ with exclusive tutorial videos and the simple application of a few clip in hair extensions or hairpieces. Extensions.com regards hairpieces as integral in the creation of many runway and celebrity-inspired hairstyles. The only difference between runway hairstyles and the trendy looks achieved at home, the Hair Professionals say, is that “now, anyone can achieve them with a little practice.”
With the added touch of a vibrant and trendy seasonal wardrobe, Extensions.com showcases its four picks for Fall 2011 hair trends as seen on the fashion runways. Step-by-step video shows viewers how the Hair Professionals achieved the look they are calling Hippie Chic, a long and straight hairstyle, using 20inch human hair extensions. The Sleek Ponytail trend was completed using a wrap-around pony hairpiece, while the Retro Flip gives a nod to the 1960s with a clip in volumizing extension system. Extensions.com spotted messy braids of all kinds on the Fall runways at Fashion Week, so they recreated the look using heat-friendly synthetic hair extensions to thicken the braid.
Fashionistas can view this exciting Fall trends campaign and watch behind-the-scenes video on the HairTalkTV YouTube channel and at Extensions.com.