Let’s Fix That Bad Hair Day
Having a bad hair day? Let’s fix it!
Bad hair days can happen to good people. Instead of trudging through the workday with lifeless locks or tons of frizz, use your best beauty products to tame your mane once and for all. Here are some reasons that you might be having a bad hair day and how to recover.
The struggle: “My hair is so flat and boring!”
The solution: Turn to texture
Flat hair can be the worst. From limp to lifeless, sometimes our hair can be totally unreasonable. If you need an instant styling boost, turn to a texturizing spray to help perk up your roots and give your hair a sexy vibe.
The struggle: “My dry shampoo isn’t working”
The solution: Perfect your technique
We’ve all been there. Spraying gallons of dry shampoo onto our roots in hopes of miraculously salvaging our hairstyle. You may have noticed that this method doesn’t always work. When it comes to using dry shampoo, the fastest way to refresh your scalp is by spraying the product in small sections throughout your roots, waiting 30 seconds for the product to work its magic, and then combing the product through with a brush. You’re using less and getting more out of your dry shampoo.
The struggle: “My hair just looks so dull”
The solution: Enhance what you have
Despite our best intentions, sometimes hair color can just look dull or faded. For days when your hair is looking lackluster, use a shine-enhancing spray to add some luster back to your look. Simply spray your ends for a quick pick-me-up or use on dry hair after heat styling for an added “wow” factor.
The struggle: “My curls aren’t that bouncy”
The solution: Get (Re)Active
Despite what you see on TV, curls aren’t always big and full of bounce. Instead, there are days when the texture of your hair can be totally bland. To give your curl some extra oomph, try using a curl reactivating spray. Used on either dry or damp hair, this spray helps to revitalize the curl and bring it back to bouncier times.
The struggle: “My updo/braid/general hairstyle keeps falling out of place”
The solution: plan
Misbehaving braid or updo? Keep your style in check by prepping your hair before you even think about reaching for a bobby pin. By using a mattifying hair powder before creating an intricate style, you can actually give your hair extra grip and grit that allows the hair to stay in place as you work. For ladies with fine hair or locks that are hard to style, it’s a must-have in your beauty routine.