Hair styling

8 posts
2 Aug 2010
Heya!

My hair is currently just above my shoulders and I'm able to have it curled or I can put it up for shoots. 

But I'm kind of  running out of ideas what I can do with it. It's at that length where it's a nightmare! 

As I have no clue about what other styles I could do to my hair, I've been thinking of buying a wig and/or hair extensions. I don't have a lot of money as I only work part time so I'm after something decent but doesn't break the bank.

Could you suggest any websites selling wigs/extensions or even suggest some hair styles that I could do myself please?

Thank you in advance.

Jenna

xXx
Posted 2 Aug 2010
Have you tried it in a loose bun?

Posted 2 Aug 2010
Nope, but I will try
Posted 2 Aug 2010
Kim_C
Model
Kim_C
If there is a Sally's by you, then look in there. They sell the clip in hair extensions in all hair colours

Posted 4 Aug 2010
There isn't a Sally's near me but I will take a look online for clip in extensions. Thanks Kim x

Posted 4 Aug 2010
Quiffs can look really cool, different types of plaits, curling/straightening/crimping and try pulling a section of straight hair across from a side parting to make a faux side fringe for a different look. I use youtube tutorials to give me ideas
Posted 8 Aug 2010
Serena
Model
Serena
I've never used wigs before but I've just had to buy a couple for a video shoot. Today - literally - I wore a wig from a website (GOOGLE: WONDERLAND WIGS). I bought an inverted bob in a dramatic red for about £17.99 and it was so good on I've just ordered a blond one. Don't get cheap stuff from smiffy that you get in fancy dress shops - I initially wasted money on a couple from there. My experience, therefore, is wonderland wigs work!

Posted 8 Aug 2010
Edited by Serena 8 Aug 2010
''Dont Forget To Subcribe to www.youtube.com/krazykatkrizty and tell all your friends'' for any hairstyles and tips etc also just email my youtube account and i will make you a video ... how to do....

krizty x

Posted 20 Aug 2010
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