Feather hair extensions are currently all the rage at music festivals and on the red carpet. The catch is, either it costs about $40 to get them done at a salon, or it requires a bunch of tools and materials to make them at home. Luckily, we found some ready-made feathers that clip on in a cinch and are affordable, making this trend easier to try while it's still hot this season. So check out our latest review and see just how easy it is to get feathered now.
When a huge new trend like feather hair extensions arrives, few people stop to consider where those feathers are actually coming from. Turns out, our trendy hair accessories are leaving the nation's fly fishermen without the fly ties they need. I spoke with Keith Westra of Leland Flyfishing Outfitters to get the scoop. See what I found out about the toll fashion is taking on trouts' least favorite pastime when you read more.
Feather hair extensions have been spotted on the heads of celebrities, models, and cool girls everywhere as of late. But once you have your hands on a set, how should you wear them? Bella editor Jaime and I got together to come up with five foolproof ways to rock your feathers, whether you're wearing them for a month or just for an evening.