(Closed) Will this hairstyle work with my type of hair?

posted 10 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
14 posts
  • Wedding: October 2012

If your hair is think you will definitely have to get your hair teased. The only problem with that is that thin hair breaks really easily, especially when it’s being teased, so I suggest faking thicker hair.

The easiest way to fake thickness is to get clip in extensions (if you love your hair length you can cut the extensions to match). There are some amazing extensions at Sally’s that aren’t  hundreds of dollars.

My hair is thick, and I’m getting clip in extensions for the day of, just to have some extra volume and length.

Does that help?

Post # 4
353 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

You know, I would talk to your hairdresser about the best options. Sometimes you can get a lot of volume just using big curlers and then pinning the curls into place, and some hairdressers even use a small bun shaped insert to add the volume and then they wrap the hair around it. Sorry for my non technical explanation, not sure what the correct terms are!

I have really thick hair but that’s not necessarily a good thing, last time I got my hair done in an updo for a ball the hairdresser had a really hard time getting it right because there was too much hair…

Post # 5
535 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Check with your hairdresser.  They might put your hair in rollers and then tease the heck out of it.  You won’t know unless you have a trial.

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