5 Ways to Beat a bad hair day
Ever tried to leave the house for work and your hair wouldn’t just corporate? If yes, you are not alone. Bad hair days are more common amongst women especially after undoing the hair.
However, bad hair days doesn’t have to hold you back. With all the products and some tips and tricks out there, great hair days are just around the corner. Try these hair hacks we listed down for you and see if it works for you.
Invest in a wig
Always invest in a good human hair wig. you can use this to cover the mess underneath it.
After all, no one will come snooping around on your hair. Wigs are great lifesavers especially when you don’t know what to do with it on a weekday morning.
Accessorize your hair
This doesn’t have to be something really major or expensive. You can invest in a nice hat, headband and scarves.
Life is never too serious, pick a nice looking and trendy hat and put it on and get going. This may really look fashionable for a weekend.
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Every lady should at least learn how to braid their hair but if you cant do it on your own, have somebody do it for you.
Braids are life-saving hacks on a bad day. Simple braids can work magic on a bad day.
Have the right products
Using the right hair products will help you when you are having a hard time styling your hair. Products such as sheen sprays, hair gels, moisturizers and leave-in conditioners can transform your look easily. Sheen sprays, conditioners and moisturizers help reduce dullness while good hair gels will ‘tame’ your edges for a sleeker look. Research the products that work for you, so that you will be in a better position when dealing with such days.
Charline Carren is a blogger and an editor at Tech for Development. A trained Public Relations and communication specialist.
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