But what’s the deal with these new feather extensions? I know they’ve been around a few months, but I recently noticed them on a bunch of teen girls at my brother’s high school basketball game, a few women around SF, and then Rosanne Barr was sporting them on Oprah a couple days ago. Is this a new trend here to stay and where did it start?
I have to admit, when I first saw them I didn’t like them at all. But I do see how some girls and women depending on their hair color and style could pull them off and look cute and trendy. Plus they are reasonably priced costing about $10 and only about $25-$50 in a salon so it makes sense why women are flocking to them. From what I’ve heard, they last up to a month or more, but I’ll definitely pass on the feather extensions. If I don’t blow dry, add calming serum and straighten my hair everyday, it tends to resemble a bird’s nest so the last thing I’ll be adding to my locks is feathers.
What do you think of this trend? Would you wear them?
I can say I’ll be working on feathering my hair this spring because a 70′s inspired look is making a comeback. It’s all about a new updated Farrah Fawcett feathered hair look.
The hairdresser in this video is a little annoying, but he shows you how to get the modern feathered look.