Braids, buns and buzzs: 3 styles for your hair piece this fall

As the temperature cools down and the winds pick up, you know it is time for manageable solutions to liven up your women’s hair replacement system. Once you get into the cozy season of hats, earmuffs and hair accessories, you want a style that is easy to maintain, regardless of how busy you get this fall.

On average, women have 104 different hairstyles during their lifetime. There are plenty of styles out there with it comes to women’s hair pieces. Why should you hold back experimenting with different styles with your women’s hair replacement systems? Once the weather gets cooler, it is easy to use other accessories and trends to make your hair look great. To make your life easier, we have outlined the top four hair trends for your women’s hair replacement system. Try these different hairstyles to go with your fall look.

Hang low:

Low, loose ponytails are back in fashion this fall and are easily attainable with women who have longer hair replacement systems. Tying hair low into a ponytail or chignon bun allows for you to to easily rock woolen head bands, hats and accessories without your hair getting in the way. You can stay warm and have great hair.

This season, side pony tails, buns and chignon buns are all in fashion and are incredibly low. Using a tie, scarf or even a clip, pull back your women’s hair replacement system to tie it right at shoulder length or below.

female-hairAlthough a ponytail is easy to figure out, low chignon buns take a little more practice. Here is how to get this incredible look:

A clean, classic look that’s carrying over to the fall is a low chignon bun. Chignon buns look great with a side part, center part or pulled back, which makes the look instantly classic. To get this look, gather your hair replacement system in a low ponytail at the nape and roll it up toward the base. As you pull it up, use bobby pins to pin your hair up against your head. To finish of with a clean and neat look, pull the front pieces back and loop them around. Use the front pieces to cover the pinned back pieces to give it a neat finish. Use a generous dose of glossy hair spray to hold that bun in place for a longer-lasting hairstyle.

Twist and weave:

Different types of braids are a great way to change up your fall look. While french braids and traditional braiding is great for shoulder length hair, long hair replacement systems can be maneuvered into fishtail braids. Regardless of what type of braids you’d like to experiment with, they are a trending look this fall.

The best thing about braids is that you can find creative ways to incorporate your fall accessories with them. For example, achieve this weaved in scarf look with a few simple steps:

All this hairstyle requires is a bright, colorful long scarf to liven your women’s hair piece up. Place the scarf a few inches past your hairline as you would normally wrap a scarf around your head. Tie the two ends of the scarf together at the nape of your neck. Divide your hair into two thin outer sections and one thicker middle section. Add the two ends of the scarf to the smaller outer sections and begin to braid your hair tightly. Once you reach the end of your braid (length of the braid depends on the length of your hair replacement system) secure it by tying the scarf into a double knot.

Faux buzzed out:

Undercuts, shaved sides and buzzed hair has been a popular look for women this past season and continues to be a edgy look this fall. Although managing an undercut or a side buzz with your women’s hair replacement system might not be the commitment you’d like to make for a hairstyle, there are ways to experiment with this style. Regardless of your hair length, you can play around with this cool style.

Coupled with hair accessories and products, you can achieve this look with your women’s hair replacement system, with or without the help of yours stylist:

startStart off with a deep side part at your hairline and take it back all the way to the nape of your neck. To make your life easier, clip the heavier side of hair back to keep it out of the way. Brush back the side with less hair and pull it back tightly with a clear hair elastic. Tie it off to the side to make sure it can be tucked away under the hair that is clipped back. Unclip the heavier section and use a strong-hold mousse to scrunch the loose hair. After the mousse is spread from root to end, blow-dry the loose hair to add volume. For a smooth look, use a round brush pulling the hair upward for dramatic volume. For a curly finish, scrunch the hair as you blowdry to create curls and volume.

Because 40% of women will suffer from hair loss by the age of 40, hair replacement systems provide a solution that will help you remain trendy this fall. One you explore with our hair systems, you will realize that you can explore with different styles and trends, including these top 3 chic hairstyles. Our team of professionals at 3rd Dimension will be happy to help you find the right hair replacement system for you so that you stay on top of trends this fall. Call or email us to discuss your new look. We also offer consultations via Skype and Facetime to help you discover what you’re looking for with your women’s replacement hair systems.

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