You want this accessory to look subtle and chic, not "I just got caught in a hen house." That's why we went straight to the pros to see how you can pull this look off. See what Hana Johnson, president of Hair Flairs says when it comes to sporting this trend this season.
"Ornamentation is nothing new to the hair industry, feathers are just the natural progression from last season's big boom in feather earrings and headbands, Johnson says." Below, some tips from Johnson to rock this avian accessory without looking like Big Bird.
Choose a skinny style. Feathers come in a range of sizes and widths, but to make subtle statement choose a skinny feather that will blend in with your hair. If you want to go bold, choose a chunkier option.
Pick a part and stick with it. The feathers are crimped into your hair in the direction of your style. Once in, you can't flip the feather over to a different side or part your hair differently. To change up your style without messing up your 'do, try a braiding a feather into you hair.
Layer your wings. The average application for Hair Flairs is usually three feathers. The most popular installation is one skinny long feather, one short, wider feather, and one striped feather. Make sure you decide on a hairstyle before applying your feathers so you don't end up burying them in your hair.
To see which plumes are for you, instructions on how to put in your own Hair Flairs Feather Extensions, and more visit hairflairs.com.