Bad hair days can become a nightmare for any woman with a busy schedule. And, they have an uncanny ability to show up on all important occasions. Nobody wants to spend hours in the shower trying to straighten that last strand of stray hair, but, sometimes what option is one left with? Well, here is the answer ladies! An expertly complied list of things to fix any bad hair day (and, no, the tips don’t include wearing a hat to work)!
- The electrocuted look – You have curly hair which looks fizzed from all the styling products used. Your hair looks like you have been electrocuted but you just do not have the time to straighten it out. Experts suggest combing the fizz out and braiding the hair. If the problem is severe then a light herbal oil will help get the job done faster and it will look neat overall.
- Oily hair – A good hack is to spray a bit of dry shampoo and wash it off in a minute so that the oil is absorbed. But if you don’t have a good dry shampoo then try crimpling your hair. It is the in thing at the fashion weeks and as long as you carry it with confidence it will work!
- Wrong hair color? – Dealing with this requires the time that you may not have. Use a scarf tied as a traditional turban. It’s chic and if J.Lo looks good wearing it, then so will you!
- Split ends – There is nothing better than tucking these in to a messy bun.
- Flat hair – A good quick fix to the problem of flat, limp hair is a great hair style used with a bit of spray. Make sure that the hair is concentrated on the crown of the head and you’ll be alright.
- Bangs that don’t work? – If you have bangs hanging down that are too short to tuck behind the ears but too long to leave on your face, then use bobby pins to twist and stick them with the rest of your hair. Using colored pins will make it look deliberate and not a hack.
- A bumpy ponytail? – Use two elastic bands, yes it’s really that simple to fix this one. Use the back of the hair for the first pony tail leaving behind the front section of the hair. Then spend time only on the front section of the hair, smoothen it out and fasten it with the rest of the hair with another elastic band. A buff look is easily created using this technique!