3 Easy Halo Extension Hairstyles

October 05, 2015


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If you have a Sitting Pretty Halo then you would already know how quick and easy it is to achieve great hair - but what else can you do with your halo hair extension thats easy, creative and doesn't take a lot of time?

Here are 3 quick and easy hair styles that we've put together so you can achieve different looks while wearing your SP Halo.


1. Half Up Half Down


a) Start by pulling the side front panels of your hair and halo back.

b) Feel and look to see that the sides of the Halo are flat and covered by your own hair.

c) Simply bring the two side panels together so they meet at the back of your head, still ensuring they sit flush so the Halo is hidden. 

d) Then tie them together with a hair tie or use bobby pins to secure it flat.

e) Loosen and pull any bits through slightly, to give it a messy effortless look.

This style is great for keeping hair out of your face while hair is down.


2. Half Up Top Knot


This style is one of the most popular do's around at the moment which is great because it's one of the easiest to do. 

It requires that you leave enough hair on the sides of your head and around the back to cover the Halo.

a) Simply section a rectangle at the top of your crown.

b) Either twist it until it forms a tight little bun, or fold and tie for a casual top bun effect.

c) Then wrap your hair tie around to secure it.

This style is also great for keeping fringes out of the face and is a sheik stylish do.


3. Tousle Pony Tail


The key to achieving a tousle pony tail with a Sitting Pretty Halo Extension is to ensure the sides of the Halo are flat and covered by your own hair first.

a) Start by scooping up the side panels of hair, controlling the sides so they stay flat and flush so the halo is covered.

This is the trickiest part of this style.

b) Once you can see and feel that the Halo is pulled back flat as well as covered by your own hair, meet the two sections at the back of the head above the occipital bone.

c) Hold these two sections together with one hand, use your free hand to pick up the rest of the hair underneath so you can tie it up to be one awesome Tousle Pony Tail.

Tease, curl and alter as you like to achieve a messy textured pony tail.

Tip: you might want to use 2 hair ties for this so that the tousle pony stays up strong as it's a higher position so will need more strength.

We'd love to see your stylish do's!

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Taryn Gilbert


Taryn Gilbert

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