Handle Bad Hair Days

  • HAIR EXTENSIONS
    Fashionable hair extensions not only add glamour to any hairdo but also act as a distraction, as they divert attention from any bad hair style. For example, a dainty headband looks great on hair of any length and texture. If you have frizzy hair, first use a leave-in conditioner and then select an accessory to suit your hair, like bands with bows, jewels or feathers. If you’re going to be indoors, stylishly cover up your hair with a printed banana, colorful headscarf or bold turban headband! These headgear will also control any loose frizz by holding your hair in place.
  • MESSY BUN
    If it’s hot outside and you’re in the mood to have an undo, the messy bun is a great choice. The best part about this hairstyle is that it doesn’t have to be perfect, so you can get away with any mishaps! Also, it will help draw attention to your face, instead of your hair. High, low or to the side, with a few strands framing your face, this casual take on the classic chignon can work wonders to camouflage any bad hair day. How to get the look: Apply a heat protective, straightening cream on mid length to end of your hair and use a full volume mousse towards the roots to towel-dried hair. Blow-dry four-inch sections of hair (using medium heat), holding the hairdryer a little away from your head, and use a brush to straighten and smooth each section. Pull your hair into a loose ponytail and secure it with elastic at your crown. Twist and wrap your hair into a messy bun, then loop the ends through the elastic. Run your fingers through the front of your hair to loosen it from the elastic, and add texture. Mist your entire head with a hairspray to secure your style. Use a colorful headband as an accessory to turn any loose bun into a chic style!
  • PIN IT UP
    If you have a fringe that’s not behaving, just pin it back with some cutesy barrettes or bobby pins for a quick fix. Using something as simple as pins can save the day!