Who doesn’t love a good lazy day? No plans, no stress, and all the time to just relax! And if you want to embrace your inner sloth but still look cute, consider pulling your hair into styles that won’t take much time and still look adorable. After all, lazy days are for resetting your mind and unwinding from the stresses of work or school. You don’t need to be worrying about complicated styles!

But what if your hair isn’t long, thick, or full enough to pull off a quick hairstyle that still looks cute? Enter Halo hair extensions! Unlike tape-ins or clip-ins, Halos are super easy to apply and remove. A Halo comes as a single large hair weft with an invisible wire at the base to hold it on your head. This hair extension is temporary, low-maintenance, and safe for your hair as it sits on your head instead of attaching to your hair. 

But to get the best results, be sure to buy Halo human hair extensions from a trusted brand. For example, Zala Halo hair extensions are a top choice, as they’re made from 100% Remy human hair. The best part about Remy Halo hair extensions is that they look entirely natural, blend seamlessly with your hair, and last longer. 

But the question is: what easy hairstyles can you wear with Halo hair extensions? We’ve got you covered! Keep reading to learn how to pull your hair into lazy day hairstyles with Halo extensions. 

1. Voluminous Ponytail

Step 1: Take a portion of hair two inches from your forehead and wrap it into a clip. This section will sit over the Halo extension.

Step 2: Install your Halo extension and open the clipped hair over the weft. Use a wide-toothed comb or brush to blend your hair with the extension. 

Step 3: Keep some strands open on both sides of your head for face-framing. Pull the remaining hair into a low-mid ponytail. Secure it with elastic. 

Step 5: Want to add more height to your ponytail? Tease the upper area of the pony a bit. 

Step 6: Take some strands from the Halo and cloak them around the elastic. Now put a bobby pin underneath the ponytail for a stronger hold. 

2. Princess Jasmine Ponytail

Step 1: Apply a heat protectant to your Halo extension and straighten it with a heat tool at a low temperature. Also, straighten your own hair. 

Step 2: Apply the Halo and pull your hair into a ponytail at the nape of your neck. Make sure to leave a few strands loose for face framing. 

Step 3: Put a smaller elastic tie around your ponytail. Then put a second elastic a few inches down the first ponytail. Apply a gentle pull on the hair between the two ponies to add volume. 

Step 4: Repeat step 3 until you have three or four portions of hair below the first ponytail. 

3. Twisted Knot Half Updo

Step 1: Apply your Halo, take half of the hair two inches above your forehead, and pull it on the crown of your head.

Step 2: Add curls to your hair in portions using a curling wand. Make sure to alternate the direction of the curl with each turn and let the curls cool down.

Step 3: Using a comb, let the curls loose. Let some strands loose around your face.

Step 4: Create two small hair portions from the loose strands around your face (one from the left side and another from the right side). You’ll use these portions to make a knot. 

Step 5: Take the hair remaining between the two portions and secure them with bobby pins in the center. Doing so will hold in place the hair under the knot. It will also add volume to the hair on the top of your head. 

Step 6: Now, take the two hair portions from step 4, pull them at the back of your head, and tie them into a loose knot. 

Step 7: Put a few bobby pins to secure the knot. Tease the knot a bit for more volume, and you’re good to go!

4. Bejewelled Accessories

Step 1: Apply your Halo extension.

Step 2: Let a small portion of hair loose around the left side of your head. Take another hair portion from the front and pull it to the back of your head. 

Step 3: Use a few bobby pins to secure the hair portion at the back of your head. Apply the pins in a criss-cross direction to achieve an X shape. 

Step 4: Stop applying the bobby pins as you reach the middle of the rear of your head. Now repeat step 2 and step 3 with the right portion of hair. 

Step 5: Apply the bobby pins so that the right and left portions of hair uniformly intersect in the center.

Step 6: Take a few bejeweled pins and apply them randomly over or under the X shape you achieve with the gold bobby pins. 

5. Simple Half Updo

Step 1: Apply your Halo extension and brush it gently to remove any knots.

Step 2: Using the tip of your comb, cover the sides of your Halo extensions with some more hair. 

Step 3: Now, gently comb ⅓ of your hair back and ensure the upper part is as smooth as possible. 

Step 4: Pull this portion of hair into a high ponytail at the crown of your head. Pull the pony up, so it is tight enough to sit high on your head. 

Step 5: Use a small portion of hair from the pony to cover the elastic band.