I aim to keep this article short and sweet, because I don’t wish to bore you to tears with my fomenting and bantering on about hair styles 101. However, there are some interesting things that I have been learning lately, with regards to my hair and the nifty hair style I am always shooting for on a daily basis that has really made me wonder. I also have deemed one of these things as a really cool tip that should work for most hair types and hairs styles, or for that matter, most people.
I am not sure about any of you other people out there, but I swear by my flatiron – it is my must-have for getting ready to go out. But one thing that has always been of a real nuisance is trying to get rid of the frizz and the frazzle after taking a shower and blow drying my hair, applying thermal protector and anti-frizz to it, and then embarking upon the arduous task of straightening my wavy hair using my flatiron. (Whew that was a mouthful!) But I devised one trick over the past few months of this back and forth struggle between my hair I, and I think it is the fashion hairstyle battle plan for me.
I started showering at night instead of in the mornings. I have ditched my hair dryer and started towel drying my hair and letting the rest dry naturally. Later on, when my hair is entirely dry, I run some thermal protector through it and then add a dash of anti-frizz. Finally, I flatiron that hair exactly as I want it to look. Then I hit the hay. Upon waking up—and keep in mind that I have been conducting this experiment for over two months now, and much to my satisfaction mind you—my hair is naturally styled in ways that I could never get it to look or shape, or form on my own.
Case and point: sometimes ‘bed hair’ really does add that extra touch of flare. At least for me it does. You should try it out for yourself. It may just make all of the difference for your hair style too!