Glamorous shouldn't be an adjective reserved for only today's hottest celebrities, especially since it's easier than ever to look like a star. Hair extensions are quickly becoming the hottest fashion accessory
in Hollywood and for women across the U.S. who want to stimulate their look. From FOX's American Idol stars to sophisticated spring brides, hair extensions are becoming mainstream accessories.
More and more women are making hair extensions part of their beauty routine because they are extremely affordable. Many products found at the trendy, fashionable online wig and hair extensions store, WigShop.com
start at less than ten dollars. Shoppers can choose from popular Easihair extensions for dramatic looks to 100% human hair clip-ins.
Today's hair extensions are easy to wear and maintain. In the past, the extensions had to be glued or weaved into the hair by a professional in such a way that often times damage was caused to a women's natural hair. "That's not the case now," said S J Moore from WigShop.com. "Today extensions can be clipped into place with a few simple steps and can add natural body or length to hair."
Also topping the list for a trendy celebrity fashion accessory: wigs. Britney Spears has unveiled a string of contemporary wigs, of which several styles can be found at WigShop.com. From the popular Florence Human Hair Wig
to the Chanel Wig
, Spears has to keep a variety of wigs on-hand to supply her newest fashion feature. And she's not alone. Jessica Simpson, who launched Hairdo
line of wigs and extensions, sported a stunning red wig at the NCLR ALMA awards, and among celebrities known to wear lace-front wigs are Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani, Li'l Kim, and Tyra Banks.
The social taboo associated with wearing false hair is wearing thin. Hair extensions and wigs used to be associated with illness, but with the increased celebrity exposure, they are seen today as in vogue fashion accessories.
West Bridgewater, MA (PRWEB
) April 30, 2007