Feather Hair Extensions: Would you or wouldn’t you?

I’ve been getting so many emails lately with women asking me about feather hair extensions. Seems like people want to know if it’s a good thing for your hair, a bad thing for your hair and if the trend is going away anytime soon.

I wish I could predict the future on this trend, but I have to tell you – I think it’s really cool.

I first heard about the feather extensions from my friend Leah, who also doubles as my stylist. She had mentioned to me a few months ago that the feather extensions were going to be the hottest summer accessory for hair, so be on the lookout! And then overnight… I began to see them all over the place.

So what are they and where did they come from?

Well… Fine Featherheads are the original feather hair extension.


Original Featherheads are our preferred line, and consist of four feathers bonded at the tip to create one extension, ranging in length from 9 – 16 inches.

This is the part I liked reading about from them because I was wondering on my end…

They can be brushed, blow-dried, straightened and curled (up to 450°F)—basically, they can be treated like natural hair.

Truly, though – feather extensions are absolutely the “it” thing for the summer. I remember when I was about 10 years old everyone used to make friendship pins for their shoes (essentially a safety pin with beads) and yarn bracelets… those were the craze “back then.” Now it’s all about the feathers.

Quick facts about Fine Featherheads feather hair extensions:

1) Effortless to install
2) Reusable
3) Natural
4) High quality
5) Can last 2 months (or longer, depending on how they’re treated)
6) Hand-crafted

I think they’re a must try for the summer if you can get away with them at work. They can’t hurt your hair, only enhance it… and believe me, your daughter(s) will think you’re super cool. 😉

So… would you or wouldn’t you?

Feather Hair Extensions: Would you or wouldn’t you? was last modified: July 20th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland
SHOWHIDE Comments (3)
  1. Are the feathers harmful to animals? Basically where do they come from? Do the actually come from birds?

  2. I think the feathers look quite beautiful, but when I learned that it costs a rooster his life — the whole fad has become quite ugly to me now. To think a rooster is killed so a woman can wear his feathers for a couple of months?????? I think this is a barbaric, inhumane “fashion” statement. I really thought humans had progressed beyond such things.

Feather Hair Extensions: Would you or wouldn’t you? was last modified: July 20th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland