There are plenty of reasons why someone might want to use hair extensions. It could be because they want to add more volume to their hair. It could also be because they want more length.
Unfortunately, many people with short hair can attest that blending hair extensions isn’t that easy. In fact, for many short-haired people, especially those with blunt cuts, it can be quite challenging. That’s why, in today’s article, we’ll teach you how to blend ZALA hair extensions on short hair!
The biggest problem that short-haired people encounter when they’re trying to blend their hair extensions is making it appear as natural as possible. After all, when done wrong, wearing hair extensions when you’ve got short hair can make it look like you’ve got a mullet, which is just a no-no for most people.
Blend ZALA Hair Extensions on Short Hair
1. Personalize your hair extensions
The first thing you have to do is to make sure that your extensions are personalized specifically for you. This means that you should first have your ZALA hair extensions cuts and styled to match your hair perfectly.
You can do this by taking the extensions to your favorite hairdresser. Tell them that you want it to look seamless on your hair. Most hairdressers have some kind of technique that they can use to make both your hair and your extensions to become more compatible with each other.
2. Tie the bottom layer of your hair
One of the most tell-tale signs that you’re wearing hair extensions is if there are tufts of short hair showing at the bottom. To prevent this, simply tie the bottom layer of your hair. You can also do a flat bun and pin it securely against your head just to ensure that it won’t show.
3. Make it into a braid
Another tip is to make the bottom layer into a braid. Similar to the one above, you should also pin it against your head. This will not only hide the short layers of your hair, but it will also help reduce the bluntness of your short haircut.
4. Use a curling iron after adding the extensions
This tip is especially helpful if your hair extensions and your real hair aren’t a 100% color match. On short hair, this is super noticeable, but on wavy or curly hair, it simply looks like you styled it that way.
5. Stack your wefts
If you don’t want to curl your hair after adding in the extensions, you can also just simply stack each weft on top of the other. The good thing about this is you can do this with just one color and you can also do it with two colors. This method both hides the bluntness in your cut and also creates additional volume to your hair.
As you can see, there are plenty of ways to blend ZALA hair extensions on short hair to make it look as natural as possible.
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