You know when you go through phases and randomly decide to chop off all your hair? Yeah, that happened to me. I went to the salon and requested a lopsided bob. I have hated it ever since, and it seems like my hair is refusing to grow back. I have been stuck with an uneven “lob,” and I am starting to look more like Jared Leto than Kendall Jenner.
So the only answer was extensions. I researched all types of hair extensions. I wasn’t sure what type would be best for my hair, because I didn’t want to cause any more damage than I already had. I came across the idea of a Halo Extension one day while I was researching the different types of hair extensions. The Halo was the most ideal. It is low commitment, low maintenance and I can put it on like a headband. It seemed like a dream.
No sew-in’s, k-tip’s, or clip-in’s that all either look awful or cause terrible damage. This type of extension sounded perfect. At first, I was worried. What if it didn’t match my hair color? What if people could tell I had extensions in? What if the texture was off? But fortunately, the Halo was only $55 so I figured I didn’t have much to lose compared to spending 1000s at a salon. Thankfully it matched perfectly, it blends seamlessly with my natural hair, it is the perfect shade, and better yet I no longer look like the worst member of the Suicide Squad.
The Halo from Shop Untangled saved my confidence. If you’re like me suffering from a terrible haircut decision you should try the Halo too! These extensions are the best for beginners looking to regain their hair confidence, with easy-to-use, low commitment, and affordable extensions.
Anita Quinn (31) is a Staff Writer for The Daily Post focusing on Beauty, Fashion, and Health. Her extensive traveling for various environmental and wildlife conservation groups has taken her to 24 countries and 37 U.S. states. The three things she packs for every trip are: a good mystery novel, a moisturizer with a high SPF, and her mother's old camera.