Malaysian Hair? New Color? If Your ‘Do Is Old, Here’s How to Change It

As the old adage goes, change is constant—and those words ring true for your hairstyle as well. Whether you’ve rocked the same hairstyle for years or even a day, various reasons which may pop up can make you want to change it. Maybe you’ve grown tired of pulling your hair back every day. Or maybe your current hair is quite unruly when you try to style it. Or maybe it’s simply because you’ve heard no one compliment you on your mane.


According to a study by British hairstylist Andrew Collinge, women change their ‘do as much as 104 times for their entire lives. Regarding hair color, Collinge stated that women change theirs at least three times. She also added that most women change the cut and color of their hair at least twice a year.

So how many times have you changed your hair today? Feel like you’re being left out? Change is good, and it’s time to embrace it.

There are various ways for you to enact a quick, noticeable hairstyle shift. Fancy short hair, but not keen on cutting your hair? Try a faux bob, which you can do by pulling your hair together at your nape, tying them near the ends and tucking them under to pin them in place. Looking to play with different colors? Try using colored hair chalks so you can experiment with temporary hues. Think your hair looks thinner than it is? Trick people’s eyes by curling hair in different directions for an illusion of added volume.

If you want to lengthen you hair in a jiffy, there are ways to go around it as well. Take the likes of standard Malaysian hair extensions, for one. With these plus the help of a savvy hairdresser, you can instantly add a lot of oomph to your mane (volume, length, and even both).

For extreme ease, clip-ins are a good choice, which attach easily like hair clips, allowing for hassle-free application and removal. Clip-ins can make your hair longer, fuller, highlighted, etc.—all within mere minutes.

There are plenty of other quick hairdo change techniques that this article can’t encompass, but these’ll do for a start. Whether you’d want to go loud with your hair color or look magnificent in a long mane using special Malaysian virgin hair, it’s up to you. What matters most is that you feel comfortable, confident, and stunning in your new look.


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