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Style-setting hair feathers fly off shelves

5 Comments 13 December 2011

By Niveen Dabaja
Unis Middle School

“Glow in the dark, hey-a-a-a!” Carishma’s new hit Glow In The Dark is getting bigger and bigger but another popular thing people don’t notice is that when she performed live, she was wearing a feather in her hair.

Pop stars and many others are following the trend of wearing feathers in their hair. Everywhere you look, people are wearing them.

Nadine Bazzi

Nadine Bazzi said, “they make her hair look cute when she styles it and she likes it all, plus it’s not expensive at all. Its only $10 apiece” You can get them done at any salon.

Jamila Nasser

Jamila Nasser said, “I wear feathers because it’s different then just getting extensions. I think it’s prettier and it’s not permanent. It lasts for a good amount of time — maybe like a month or two — but you can take it off anytime you want to.”

Elaina Chammout

You can get feathers in different v colors and sizes. Elaina Chammout said “a lot of girls have them and they don’t hurt at all to get them in. It is just a clip that goes in your hair and lasts for a very long time.

Feathers became hot in the summer of 2011 and salons were packed with girls that wanted to get the feathers.

Nasser said, “Every time I call to see if there were feathers available, the salon would have none because they were sold out and I had to wait a week and a half to get them, but now they’re always available because the salon knows the right amount of feathers to get.”

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5 Comments so far

  1. That’s really cute to put in the hair. You guys look adorable. I love this story.

  2. SuSu says:

    Looks soo good! You can style it with your hair the way you want to!! :)

  3. nadine says:

    i didn’t say that …

  4. fatima says:

    this id really gay and old

  5. fatima says:

    this is cute


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