Long hair? Do care

14 Aug

If you wear hair extensions then chances are you like your long hair. You want those thick and luscious locks to flow down your back.

Yet even if you wear 100% human hair extensions that are sewn or glued in or clip-ons it doesn’t mean you have to wear your hair in the same style forever.

Long hair is getting a seasonal update so here are a few ways you can wear it to get ready for Autumn.

Bouncy thick curls


Think Beyonce and her thick, volumised locks. Bey is known for changing her style whenever she wants and this long style is easily achieved with clip-on hair extensions in a wave or curl. Choose the colour you want and then the length. These extensions will clip in easily adding instant length and volume with bouncy curls.

Beyonce’s gone for a slightly lighter shade here and you can do the same if your hair is very dark. Dream Girl has over 80 shades to choose from so check out our Colour Comparator for inspiration.

70s waves


With flares and bootleg jeans making a comeback it was only a matter of time before a 70s revival made it up to our hairstyles.

A middle parting matched with soft, gentle waves will give you a retro style like Cara Delevingne. You can either choose something from Dream Girl’s Waves and Curls range or, alternatively, create the soft waves yourself with pin curls. Simply divide hair into sections. Twist each section around your finger and pin it in place, adding a little spray to fix it in place. Leave hair for around 20 minutes to half an hour, unpin and scrunch and spray.

Sleek and straight


If you often wear your hair wavy then a sleek and straight style can offer the wow factor.

Lily James adopt a simple do that lets her eyes and lips do all the talking in the style stakes.

Part hair in the middle and comb. Hair extensions like Remi Silky will offer this ultra straight style or you can go for a wig if you need to flatten your natural hair.

Keep the length tucked behind your ears for a no-nonsense do.

Rapunzel hair

laura bailey

Long hair doesn’t need to be loose. Create a Rapunzel style plait by diving hair into two and plaiting down two thirds of the length. Tie off and leave a length of hair loose at the ends.

If you’ve started with a middle parting, tie back your fringe to give a slightly layered look, like Laura Bailey has here.

A slick of simple red lipstick will make this look like an effortless, understated style.


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