Get The Look – Hair Extension Trends 2018

Fancy a new look for 2018? If you are lusting after a new style but just don’t have the hair for it, adding hair extensions will give you volume, length and that on-trend look you’ve been waiting for.

Carry on reading and feast your eyes on styles set to be popular in 2018 and how extensions can help you achieve #hairgoals.

 

Centre Part and Sleek

 

Popular through last autumn and set to continue this year is the centre parted super sleek look. Kim Kardashian is a huge fan of this look, as is younger sister Kylie and whatever is good for the Kardashian’s is good to us!

 

 

Prepare to use some serious straighteners for this look and plenty of serum to keep it looking neat. A good cut is also essential to making this style work – no scraggy ends allowed! If your hair is on the thin side or you want to achieve a longer centre part style, our premium hair extensions will have you set.

 

Long Lush Curls

 

Does this style every really go out of fashion. Long flowy waves are often seen as romantic and feminine, not a bad way to be seen, right?

 

 

This is a classic look where hair extensions can really make a difference, adding volume and giving your hair that extra ‘oomph’. Popular with many celebs, this style is set to be with us through 2018 and beyond.

 

Natural Hair

 

Spotted on the Spring 2018 catwalk previews at both Oscar de la Renta and Anna Sui were very natural styles. Use hair straighteners to add a couple of bends for textures but let nature do the rest!

 

 

Now, by natural, we don’t mean you can’t use hair extensions of course! Our quality clip in hair extensions are perfect for this style and look as close to natural hair as possible. In fact, you would struggle to detect they were extensions at all!

 

Premium Hair Extensions From Spectrum One 

 

If you fancy any of the looks above as your signature 2018 style, then why not pop into our salon and see how we can help out?

Give us a call on 01706 551770 to book an appointment or browse our clip in extensions here.

Elicia McManus
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