Wedding Hairstyle Trend: Feather Hair Extensions

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One trend that’s not going away anytime soon is feathers. While most brides incorporate the look into their wedding decor, feathers are now popping up somewhere else — as hair extensions!

A big hit with celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Jessica Simpson, and rocker turned American Idol judge, Steven Tyler, feather hair extensions are currently one of the hottest trends in hair accessories, and brides are now incorporating them into their wedding hairstyles for their big day look!









Feathers can be added to your wedding ‘do by a haircare professional … and also come in a variety of colors and lengths (to make sure you get just the right look!).



We want to hear from you. Are hair feathers a do or don’t for weddings? Would you try them? Leave a comment for us below here at the wedding blog!

Photo credits
1: Black, white and orange feather hair extensions via letsmakeitup1.blogspot.com | 2. Black and white feather hair extensions via MaterialGirlCollection.com | 3. Lilac, black and white feather hair extensions via Refinery29.com | 4. Orange, black and white feather hair extensions via SheKnows.com | 5. Mutli-colored hair extensions via ConditionCulture.com

5 Comments on Wedding Hairstyle Trend: Feather Hair Extensions

  1. Ruby02
    March 29, 2011 at 12:35 PM (9 years ago)

    No! Feather hair extensions are not a do for weddings. Seems a little juvenile.

  2. Cynthia K.
    March 31, 2011 at 1:45 PM (9 years ago)

    I think they are a DON’T~

  3. Izzy
    March 31, 2011 at 2:27 PM (9 years ago)

    Whatever, they’re rock & roll. I adore them 🙂 Would look gorgeous at any non-cookie cutter wedding.

  4. ann @ wedding favors
    March 31, 2011 at 8:16 PM (9 years ago)

    It depends on your style and how are you going to carry yourself in front of the crowd. If you want something new and unique, then do it on your own way. Hair stylist already knew what to do.

  5. Lindsay
    April 24, 2011 at 12:27 AM (9 years ago)

    I’m wearing some now, and I love them to death, but I would not want them in for my wedding. I want my wedding attire to reflect mine and my husband’s true personalities, not just what we were into at the time we got married. I can dig some trends, but this isn’t one I would want in the photo album.

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