So here's my dilemma: I'm a beauty writer living in New York City, but my go-to hairstylist is in Washington, DC. Since I started going to her in 2016, I promised myself that she would be the one and only person I ever let color in my hair. However, my trips there are now limited, and my hair grows out of dye very quickly. The last time my hair was color treated was about a year ago. I know you might think that means my hair looks awful, but thanks to an amazing colorist, it doesn't at all — still, after more than 365 days, it is pretty grown out.
That's when Glam Seamless came to my rescue. I first came across its lifesaving hair extensions during a styling session with Kim Kardashian's hairstylist Chris Appleton, who is also the global artistic director for the brand. As a weave connoisseur, I was hesitant to try them, but the silky, precolored, ethically sourced extensions turned me all the way Beyoncé blonde in seconds. I've been hooked since.
For those who want to protect their hair from damage but still want colors that appear natural, look no further; your dream highlights are only a click away.
The ethically sourced extensions are available in a whopping 47 shades.
If you can't find something to suit you within 47 shades, then honey, you're doing too much. They range from black to platinum blonde and also include "fashion" colors such as cherry wine, silver, and ombré. If you've been dying to go way light but are too scared to dye your own hair, look no further. They got you.
What's even better about these extensions, on top of taking my hair color way lighter, is that they add inches upon inches to my length.
I do love the length of my natural hair, but these extensions are way more fun.