Fake it till you make it! Whether you want to add inches or just pump up hair, take cues from these beauties on how to rock extra locks
Demi Lovato and Hailey Baldwin prove that less is not more when it comes to hair extensions
“No longer a big secret, hair extensions are the best way to change up your look without the risk,” says Shelley Goodstein, founder of Hidden Crown Hair, whose extensions are loved by stars like Shay Mitchell. For Demi Lovato’s look, place the Hidden Crown 16” Halo Style Extensions in 1B ($299, hiddencrownhair .com) on head like a crown and use comb to pull top half of hair over the invisible wire; style together.
“The trick to faking bangs [like Emma Roberts] is to keep moving them back until the fringe lines up where you want them to fall,” says Goodstein. Clip a topper like Hair2wear The Christie Brinkley Collection The Natural Fringe Bangs in Light Blonde ($29, hsn.com) on the top of head for a blended look; trim as desired.
“For clip-ins, lightly tease the area where you will clip to help them stay in place,” tips Goodstein. How-to: Gather hair into a low ponytail. Tease hair right above the elastic, and clip in extensions (we like Hairdo Simply Straight Pony in Swedish Blonde, $49, ulta.com). Then wrap the stand-alone piece around the base to conceal, like Hailey Baldwin.