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As someone who has naturally wavy, textured hair I spent most of my teenage year trying to get my hair to look like a Victoria Secrets’ model only for it to look like the top of a cauliflower. The textured look is much more popular now, which is great, but only if it is styled perfectly. Getting the right products is basic but what can really turn a textured look from drab to fab is the right hairstyle. Keep reading this step by step guide to get some incredible textured hairstyles that look incredible with your hair extensions.
Sport a fringe
This is one of the hottest looks of this year. Last year may have been all about the bob but 2018 is the year of the textured fringe. Heavy fringes are back in fashion this year so if you have an angular face, you know what to do make the cut or fake it with a faux fringe. Textured hair makes blending your fringe extension easy. If you have had your fringe clip in hair extension for a while make sure you give it a quick wash and detangle. Now measure where you want the hair extensions to sit and pull the hair directly in front of that back to create a tight close to the scalp braid. Textured hair has a lot of volume so we don’t want a weird poof under your fringe. Clip on your fringe and don’t be afraid to add a little body to your fringe so it matches your hair. Scrunch in mouse all over and you are done.
The upmarket xxl ponytail
This style makes life easy and the volume at the back means it is party ready instantly. You will want long hair for this one so if you don’t you may want to use clip in ponytail extensions. To get the oomph add some serum, brush your curls and smooth over them with a bristle brush before you gather into a low ponytail.
All on top
why tame your locks when you can embrace them. The style that has been dubbed the ‘pineapple’ look is very hot right now. This is so romantic and draws attention to your eyes. Prep your curls with some serum for shine and definition, gather and form a high ponytail on top of your crown. Use your fingers to separate curls before you add leave-in conditioner at the back and ends. To elevate your curl use a hairdryer on low heat at an upward angle, moving it in a circular ‘whirlwind’ motion. Pull some face-framing curls out, particularly near your temples. You may want to add an extra hair tie to secure a high ponytail now your curls have elongated. If there are fly aways near your face add some gel to your fingers and go over them. Make sure you book a big night out and have a hot outfit ready because this look will draw some looks.
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