Women have to deal with a lot when it comes to hair. The majority of us have a lot, and sometimes we struggle to find new ways to tame or style it. And that’s why I found some awesome tips and hacks from great bloggers on how to keep up with your hair without being overwhelmed. Because let’s be honest, we don’t always have the time to wash our hair everyday or do a two hour long hairstyle.
So check out the different tips and tricks below and be sure to click through to the original source to find even more ideas!
Tame Flyaways with Hairspray and a Toothbrush
If you want a more clean and crisp look for your hairdo, but there are a ton of flyaways, then use a toothbrush and some hairspray to tame them.
Use Command Hooks to Hold Hair Appliances
If you have a lot of hair heating appliances that get tangled up in your drawers or cabinets, then try command hooks. They’ll keep things organized and easy to grab.
Tic Tac Bobby Pin Container
Bobby pins get lost so easily and who knows where they go. But an easy way to keep them all together is to reuse an old (or new) tic tac container.
Brush Hair Before Shower
A great way to make sure that the drains don’t get clogged with your hair, is to brush it beforehand to get any lose and/or tangled hair out.
Use Cornstarch for Oily Hair
If you don’t have time to wash your hair, then quickly use some cornstarch to soak up some of the oils.
Curl Your Hair with Tin Foil and a Flat Iron
An easy way to curl your hair is to roll it up into some tin foil and then heat it up with a flat iron.
The Best Way to Curl Your Hair With a Flat Iron
I can honestly let you know that this really is the best way to curl your hair with a flat iron. It’s super easy and you get AMAZING curls!
Get Thicker Hair with Eyeshadow
If you want your hair to look a bit more thick, then use some eyeshadow that matches your color and spread it around the visible roots.
Use a Toilet Seat Cover to Take Away Excess Oils
Another weird way to get rid of excess oils is to dab at your roots with a toilet seat cover. Super easy!
Make a Salt Spray with Seltzer Water and Sea Salt
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