The color Purple is one of the most arresting hues in the universe. It's impossible to ignore and is somehow inextricably linked to things royal and to things mysterious. Women who wear Purple attract attention whenever they make an appearance perhaps because they bring with them both the heat of red and the coolness of blue. It would not be out of place to mention that Purple was the favorite color of Queen Cleopatra of Egypt, the legendary beauty. With so much going for it, don't you think you should also avail of its alluring qualities to increase your own appeal?
How are you going to do this? You could dress in the shade of purple that suits your personality and enhances your looks. There are a wide range of hues that constitute the color Purple such as lilac, lavender, orchid and eggplant. Carefully consider which suits you most and flaunt it on yourself. And let us give you a proposal that might astound you at first - add Purple to your hair! Choose the shade of Purple that suits your face and hair the most. Not every shade is right for you and you have to take into consideration your base hair color, the color of your eyes and your skin tone. We are not suggesting that you don a full wig which is colored Purple as this may be an overkill. Instead, use a Purple Hair Extension to add highlights to your hair in the shade of Purple that most becomes you.
Hair Extensions are an easy way of bringing the trendy Purple look to your hair. It is a process by which lengths of real or synthetic hair is attached to the hair that you already have by means of one of several application methods. If implemented by an experienced "extensionist", the procedure will ensure that you have a fuller head of hair than you actually have and it will be almost impossible to tell that the extension is not your own hair.
There are two application methods which are most commonly in use for Hair Extensions. One is the Individual Strands method and the other is the Wefts method. The first method involves selecting between 30-40 strands of the hair that you want attached and fixing them to your own hair by gluing them on or by fusing them together or by clamping with metal rods. The Weft Method requires the "extensionist" to put together Wefts made out of real or synthetic hair and attaching them to your head. Wefts are small batches of hair which are held together at one end and are free-flowing at the other.