Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Surviving a Bad Hair Day ~ Erin Montgomery

With summer approaching quickly and the rise in heat and humidity just around the corner, it can really only mean one thing…
Bad Hair Days!

Heat and humidity has never been a girl’s best friend especially when it comes to their hair. We have all experienced a bad hair day, its those days you wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and scream in horror at the reflection starring back at you. It’s that moment you realize that your hair is sticking up in all different directions and no amount of combing or hair spray can tame your wild mane.
But there is hope.
There is no miracle solution to cure your bad hair day but I do have some simple tricks that can make your hair a little more presentable.

   Trick 1  
The Plastic Headband
Using a fun colored headband is a great way to control those tiny fly aways or frizz that pop up around your face. With a little bit of hairspray to hold the tiny hairs in place you will be good to go for the rest of the day. If a headband is not your thing you can try using a fun scarf in your hair. 

   Trick 2
The Ponytail
Masking a bad hair day is easy if you throw your hair into a high ponytail or a fun braid. Keeping your hair off your face to and trapped in a hair elastic will help you manage it throughout the day and not to mention it’s a great way to catch some rays on your face.

    Trick 3
Wear a Hat
Thankfully summer hats are a big trend this season. Now matter where your day takes a hat will add a little extra something to any outfit and best of all it will control your out of control hair with little effort. Whether it’s a fedora, a large sun hat or the reinvented visor you will look chic and feminine no matter what is happening underneath the hat.

Don’t let a bad hair day ruin your day, I promise it’s not the end of the world. It won’t last forever you just need to get through that one day and tomorrow you and your hair will find love again.

~ Erin

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