This colour dances around bronze, offering a warm, golden tone that’s two shades lighter than medium brown. This will suit girls with light brown ombre or a faded brown colour, who want to turn up the volume on their locks a lil’ bit to a lot. We call this our Light Brown Halo Hair Extension.
100% Remy Hair.
Real, natural, hair materials used.
Long lasting: 10-12 months (with good care).
Natural hair ratio.
As the hair extensions industry grows, larger companies are resorting to using low quality hair in order to supply the growing demand. The problem with this is that the hair has a very short lifespan, so you end up repurchasing more frequently and spending more money in the long run. Which is neither ethical or sustainable.
This is why we use one of the highest grades of Remy Human Hair, because it's important to our customers that the hair retains its' softness and lasts!
We're also obsessed with making sure our halos blend naturally with your own hair. This is why we have a unique system for Hair Weft Distribution ensuring that the ratio of long-to-short hair strands varies to mimic the exact ratio and look of your natural hair. Our Halos are known to be the most natural looking hair extensions on the market."
Our halos are non-invasive or damaging, so you’ll feel almost as natural as if it was your own hair. Though wearing it is a new sensation, so yes, you might feel a little odd. But that sensation will pass in 10-15 minutes. And you’ll become more used to it and comfortable with it over time.
No, your halo won’t fall off when worn properly. Because of the angle it sits, the halo will fit securely on your head. It might feel a bit unusual in the beginning but you’ll start to feel more comfortable the more you wear it, and the more times you check yourself out in the mirror, phone, or reflection of the shop window.
The Sitting Pretty Halo is alllllllllllll natural, babe. Seriously though, yes, all our extensions are made from European 100% Remy human hair. This means it’s soft, long-lasting, and realistic. It also means you can treat it like your own hair and treat it with hot styling tools.
In most cases, yes. Your halo will arrive 20 inches long, which is just that: long. Most girls’ hair is around 12-16. They’re also cut on a straight line, so you’ll need to trim your Halo to match your own hair’s length and layers. Fresh out of the packet, your halo will also seem thinner than it actually is. But just like your own hair, the halo will become thicker when trimmed shorter and exposed to water. So, all round: good signs for cutting it.
Unlike your fluffy pet or your vintage-inspired shaggy rug, no our halos don’t shed. The quality stitching of our wefts means the halo hair is pretty damn secure, even after washing and styling. With the exception of a few stray hairs.
If your hair ends are super thin, potentially. It could blend well and be ready to work, work, work, work, work - Rihanna style.
Most of the time though, you’ll need to give it a little TLC so it can naturally blend in with your own hair. Otherwise, it can stand out like a sore, obvious thumb. This is the case with most hair extension types; before they’re ready to paint the town blonde, red, or brunette, they need a little love and some customisation to make them a little more you’er.
Our extensions are 20 inches long, so naturally, you’re going to need a little trim to get a realistic match with your own length and layers. So, if you’re sporting short hair or beachy waves, don’t expect 20 inches of dead straight hair to work in your favour. You can read more about how to get your Halo ready here.
A bit of yes, a bit of no. It depends on two things: how thick your hair is and how long you want your halo to be.
For example, if you’re rocking thick, should-length hair with a blunt cut, then wearing our thickest halo 10 inches longer than your own hair won’t fly. But, if you’re looking at a halo 3- 4 inches longer than your own length, adding a few cut layers to blend, then you should be fine.
If you’re unsure, send through 2-3 photos of your current hair, from root to end, and we’ll be able to recommend which of our Halos could work best for your hair. Or otherwise, explain why not.
Our Halos were made for you. Literally. They work best on girls with thin hair, as finer ends tend to blend better with our Halo ends, creating a much more natural look.
They sit quite low on your head, too, so you can pull plenty of your own hair over the band to cover it. So even if you’re worried about your fine hair not quite covering enough, know it’s pretty rare. Like having Justin Timberlake write a song about you rare.
If you’re feeling unsure, simply send through 2-3 photos of your current hair under good lighting, showing your hair from root to end, and we’ll take a look and tell you exactly what halo you should get and if it will work.
Each Halo comes with seven wire sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL. So, all you need to do is pick the wire that best fits your head, just like finding a new pair of pumps. See our fitting tips for help. See our Instagram for hair inspo. Then see yourself in the mirror and marvel at how much amazing’er you look. What you do next is up to you; the world’s your oyster.
When your halo first arrives, it’ll look straight and thin AF. That’s because it’s been chemically straightened. But just like your own hair, once you wet (not wash) it and let it dry, it’ll expand significantly, becoming 2-3 times thicker, giving you plenty of room to cut some layers into it to match your own. The result is a natural, full’er, you’er you.
Yes... But we don’t recommend, as it can look unnatural and a tad funny. The bigger the difference between your hair and the halo’s length, the more you’ll need to do with styling, waving, and layering to make it blend. It’s best to go with a realistic length in comparison to your own hair.
We’d say it’s less than ideal. If you’re after length, it’s best to cut your halo one to two inches longer than your own hair. Otherwise, the Halo goes from natural and amazing, to “What on earth is going on with that chick’s hair?”. Get yourself our THICK halo (160grams of hair), layering the ends, for best results.
Yes, you can. Our halos were born created especially for thin hair heads. Thin ends actually blend in really well with our Halo, helping it look even more natural’er, blendy’er, and beautiful’er. And you, you’er.
Yep, our halos are side-part-friendly. You might need to slightly swivel the halo over to match the side your head that has more hair. Check out this little helper for how to do it: https://youtu.be/F0yPIyEzUB4
This refers to their different thicknesses, which is based on the amount of hair attached. We realised there were so many different hair types and goals out there, so we created these three weights to accommodate.
For example, not everyone wants long hair so our FINE option, which is 60 grams, is designed to add volume, not length. Whereas, for the girl with thick hair that wants it longer, they’d need our THICK Halo, weighing 160 grams, to help balance out the ratio of hair from top to bottom.
You can check out the difference between each halo here: [Link]
Our halos are single drawn. There’s no difference in quality between the two. The only difference is that double drawn is thicker.
We used to offer double drawn halos, but we found, as did our customers, they didn’t blend as well and they didn’t look as natural. We realised our customers ended up trimming them anyway, making them unnecessary and wasteful. So, we looked at single drawn and found they worked much better’er and looked much more natural’er. So that’s where we are now: single and ready to mingle blend.
The Light Brown #6 Halo Hair Extension is a popular brown colour for our beautiful brunette customers. It's quite a light brown colour, but it's not light brown (sorry for the riddles...).