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These Two-Tone Extensions Are A Perfect Way To Add A Pop Of Color Without The Commitment

We’re officially obsessed!

Now that we’re entering into the season where leaves on the trees are about to change colors, doesn’t that motivate you to get a bit more creative when it comes to the hue — or hues — that are in your hair? If so, the cool thing about this particular video by @antoniarivano is it’s a reminder that if you want to do something drastic with your locks, it doesn’t have to be permanent.

All you need is some inspiration, some extensions and a little bit of instruction. She’s about to hook you up with “A” and “C” right now.

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OK, there are so many great things about this.

Again, extensions are temporary. This means that — so long as you use the ones that if you’ve got to tape or clip on — if you want your hair to be one length and color on Monday and something totally different on Tuesday (hell, even Monday night), a switch up is very easy to do.

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She actually dyed her extensions (a lot of people do), but if you want to save yourself some time, there are brightly colored ones that already exist. You can purchase them at stores like Walmart (here) or on Amazon (here) for a pretty affordable price.

I would advise being REALLY CAREFUL (and yes, I am yelling this) about cutting your extensions while they are in your hair. You want to make sure that you don’t cut your “real” tresses in the process — unless that was your plan all along.

And more than anything, be sure to blend a few different strands of extensions because that’s what really made this hair trend pop off! By the way, some traditional fall colors include neutrals, greens and reds.

Fall is here (9.22.22.). Have a ball! Head to toe.

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