Michelle Williams, star of Disney’s upcoming Oz The Great and Powerful, is currently growing out her adorable pixie cut for the first time in years. If you’ve been eager to try growing out your own short ‘do, here are several tips and tricks that can help with the process.
SHE by SO.CAP.USA, one of the world’s leading hair extension brands, shared this info with us to help you – our loyal readers – grow out your own hair:
- Clip-In Extensions: The clip-in extensions from SHE by SO.CAP.USA are designed to be worn on hair as short as three inches, making them the perfect accessory for anyone trying to grow out their locks. With over 90 different colors available and several different lengths, the extensions will blend in with your current ‘do and make tolerating this in-between stage a lot easier!
- Ponytail Extensions – Sometimes, it’s easier to just throw your hair in a ponytail and wait until it’s grown out a bit to begin styling it. With SHE by SO.CAP.USA’s new ponytail extension, you can clip-in and go or style it to suit your preference: curled, braided or wrapped around existing hair to create a stylish bun.
- Conditioning Masks – To ensure your hair remains healthy during the growing out process, reach for SHE by SO.CAP.USA’s Argan for You conditioning mask. This nourishing mask contains Beta Carotene to help encourage hair growth and can be used daily.
SHE by SO.CAP.USA’s products are available in thousands of salons nationwide. To find a salon near you, call (877) 855-4247.
Our tips for growing out a short ‘do:
- Minimize Heat Styling – During the growing out process, keep your hair as conditioned and nourished as possible to make this process less painful. Minimize the use of heat styling tools, and make sure to use a conditioning mask at least once a week. There’s no reason to risk damage during this delicate stage of hair growth!
- Get Regular Trims – While this might seem counterproductive to your goal – after all, you want LONG hair, not shorter – regular trims will help ensure your hair stays healthy. Plus, you won’t need to worry about frayed or split ends. Getting a trim every six weeks is a good bet.
- Accessorize – One of the best ways to manage your in-between ‘do is to accessorize with headbands, barrettes or other hair accessories. Be careful not to over-do it, though – too many accessories can look messy.
With these tips and tricks from SHE by SO.CAP.USA and us, you’ll be able to rock a longer style in no time – and look good while it’s growing out.