Summer Hairstyles

Hey Fashionista! Do you know what’s in store for your lovely locks this summer? Here are some summer statements that are totally easy breezy for this sunny season!

Buns: Try a messy bun for a carefree day out at the beach and shopping at the mall, or try a sleek sock bun to get your hair out of your face and still look fierce!

Jade rocks two buns for a stylin’ summer ‘do!

Braids: Braids are back this summer! My favorite is the fishtail braid. It’s a fab alternative braid that adds a little fun to the classic braid.

Yasmin looking pretty with her side-swept braid!

Ponytails: Ponytails are always in, but this summer try to adding your own twist to it, literally! It’s totally cool and totally easy!

Me rockin’ a twisted ponytail!

Short Chic: If you’re feeling a little adventurous this summer, try a perfectly pretty pixie cut or a short bob! It’s fresh, fabulous and fun for the summer months. Celebrities like Vanessa Hudgens, Emma Watson and Michelle Williams are sportin’ these stylish short ‘dos!

Jade was experimenting with the idea of cutting her hair so she tied it in a high ponytail to see if she liked the short bob look.

What’s your go-to summer hairstyle?

Laterz Bratzies!

Bratz Hair Extensions 101

Hello dollz—Sasha on the scene bringing you a quick lesson on hair extensions! Hair extensions are a fun and fabulous way to add some color to your hair without long-term commitment or causing damage to your gorgeous locks. I’ve seen some pretty crazy styles out there—from feathers to glowing fiber optic strands! Celebs always rock extensions to help them go from long luscious waves on the red carpet to an exciting colorful hairstyle on stage.

There are a few different types of hair extensions. You can either get clip-on, glue-in or weaved in extensions.

Clip-on hair extensions are super easy to wear and change. You just need to hide the clip under a layer of hair. This is best for one-day use or if you just like to change up your look a lot!

Glue-in extensions can last up to a month—if done right—and you’ll need a hair stylist or friend to help.  To remove them you need to use a special oil-conditioning remover. If you are patient and gentle you can take them off without damaging your hair.

Weaved in extensions stay on longer than glue in extensions and are pretty much “threaded” into your hair on hidden rows of braids. These extensions take a while for the hair stylist to put on your hair but the results are worth it if you want the extensions in for a long time. You can wash your hair and style it anyway you want!

If you need more detail on how to put on hair extensions, surf YouTube for great How-To videos—there are some good ones out there! What do you think about hair extensions?

Catch ya later!