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Top 7 Work-Approved Hairstyles for Video Conference Calls
Whether it’s a zoom meeting with colleagues, a skype interview for a new job, or a Facetime video call with a client, video calling in the professional field has now become a reality as a lot of us adjust to working from home during the pandemic.
The low sleek chignon
This style is a classic look that is elegant and makes you look totally powerful. To start this style, make sure you have your Cliphair human hair extensions in, if you are clipping or taping in extensions for this look, start behind your ears so you can position the extensions correctly for an updo. You can then work your way up to your temples and down towards your neck.
The revamped pony
Nothing beats a classic ponytail for elegance and simplicity. However, it can feel a little basic at times, so why not jazz up the style by adding a ‘half up, half down’ vibe? You can use your clip in extensions to either create a dainty pony just above your clip in hair pieces or you can twist your pony into a messy knot or bun. Just loop the hair halfway through the tie for a sort of bun, sort of pony style. To keep things looking natural, make sure that you leave enough hair to cover the seams of your extensions.
Yes, that’s right – you can get away with rolling out of bed and passing off messy locks as a hot style statement. This is one is easy as pie, because all that you need to do is tie your hair up into either ballet buns or French braids, before you go to sleep. If you spend the night with your hair secured in this fashion, in the morning you’ll end up with beautifully tousled and artfully ‘messy’ locks. It is important to avoid the urge to comb your hair, before you leave the house – you want those super sultry waves and curls to last all day.
The fishtail is one of our all-time favourite hairstyles, so we can’t help but include it here. It can be incorporated in so many different ways. There’s the double fishtail, the half up half down fishtail, and the upside fishtail. For a super easy style though, take a small section of hair from one side of your head and create a long, but thin, braid. For extra boho appeal, you can even add beads or a quirky ribbon.
The ballerina bun
This gorgeous style can be achieved with clip in hair extensions, because it rewards body and volume. It’s also pretty easy to put together, if you can get a handle on the tricky tucking in bits. Once your extensions are secure, pull all of your hair into a ponytail that sits right at the top of your head (it should be really high). Backcomb the ends until they’re nice and fluffy. Then, in sections, curl them into a circular shape, with the ends secured at the stem of the ponytail; secure tightly with slides or grips. Alternatively, you can also get this style using ponytail hair extensions.
The braided updo
This simple, elegant braided updo is easy to achieve, you just have to braid two small sections at each side of your head and then gently pull all of your hair into a sleek bun. If you have longer hair, you can get away with pulling half of your tresses into a thick fishtail braid, and the other half into loose and romantic bun or top knot.
The uptown messy bun
Thought that messy buns were only for weekends? Wrong! This version of a messy bun is created to look fashionably textured rather than overtly scruffy so your boss or client won’t criticize, and you will still look fab and feel great. You can either begin by adding your Cliphair extensions now or at the second stage of this look. If you are using your clip in hair extensions, you may find it more subtle to add your extensions at the second stage.
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