There are a lot of companies saying there were the ORIGINAL halo-shaped hair, but we thought it might be interesting to dig a little deeper to see just exactly what’s behind this design.
Back in 2006, a bang extension called the Halo Frame made some “fringe” headlines!
The American Cancer Society also sells their version of a halo – dating all the way back to at least 2008 – 2009. There many online forums of cancer patients thankful to be able to use these”halo” wigs.
Open at the top, so your head can “breathe”, our Halos are cool, comfortable, lightweight and completely natural looking under hats or scarves Velcro® strip at the top of the Halo adheres to your headwear for a secure fit. – American Cancer Society
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The design itself was made popular for mainstream extensions 20 years ago by Jose ‘Eber. See for yourself:.
Jose Eber’s 1994 original Secret Hair design.
2. The Bible
“Historically, this concept of the halo is also associated with a crown. As such, the halo can represent majesty and honor as with a king or victor in battle or competition. From this perspective, Jesus with a halo is an indication of honor, an honor extended to His followers and angels.”
“Halo, Everybody, Halo
“The radio jingle “Halo, Everybody, Halo” became one of the most popular advertising tunes in history. It debuted on July 4, 1944, on the “Theater of Romance” program. During the 1950s, television ads told consumers, “Halo reveals the hidden beauty of your hair.” The legendary Frank Sinatra sang in one well-known television ad for Halo.” – Encyclopedia of Hair Cultural History by Victoria Sherrow.
Hidden Crown is the hottest new hair extension design on the market and people cannot stop talking about it, wearing it and WANTING It. Just as Frank Sinatra sang,”the best is yet to come, come the day you’re mine … ” How about you – Are you ready for the best? Hidden Crown halo shaped hair extension