7 Quick Hair Care Fixes

Add Volume to Hair – Tip your head upside down and mist hair roots with hairspray. Style hair as usual.

Revive Limp Straight Hair – Separate your hair into three or four sections on top and at the sides of your face. Mist each section with volumizing spray. Roll your hair up with one or two inch Velcro rollers. Blow dry your hair and keep rollers in until hair has cooled. Take rollers out and style.

Revive Limp Curly Hair – Part your hair into four or five sections. Curl each section with a curling iron. Finish with a small application of light pomade.

Smelly Hair Fix – Add a few drops of perfume into a spray bottle filled with water. Spritz hair all over. Or, apply a little bit of baby powder into your hair and brush it in.

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Hair Styling Tips – for Healthy Looking Hair

The first and foremost secret of a successful hair cut and the hair style that ‘compliments’ the face lies in understanding the face shapes and choosing hair cuts and styles calculated to hide the low points of your face and highlight your best features. Whether your hair is long or short, thick or fine, blonde, red or brown, styling it is essential to its overall “look”. Your hairstyle can make or break your image, and even if you have the world’s greatest hair, improper styling can make you look bland, boring and even washed out. You can always look stylish by using your fingers to make your hairs look wavy. Use a bit of styling cream on damp hair to create ripples and let the hair dry naturally. Get an instant corporate look by opting for a deep side parting or keep your hair in a slicked back style by using styling cream and combing them back. If you have stubborn hair you may opt for hairspray to tame them

Here are a few styling tips to help you on the path to great, glorious hair:

1.) Don’t stick with the same hairstyle for too long. Changing your hairstyle is at the forefront of changing your entire look. A new look can make you look fresh and funky, so chat with your hair stylist about a style that will suit you. Don’t go too dramatic unless you’re after the “wow factor”.

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