Unique Tips For Hair Styles
Who doesn’t want a new hairstyle for a new day? Always rocking the same hairstyle does get booring!
So try these easy hairstyles and make every day a new one.
Monday: Teased curls
How to: Make waves in the hall on Monday with serious volume! Apply curling mousse to damp strands and blow-dry, using one hand to scrunch hair. (It creates texture!) Next, fluff the shape by teasing with a paddle brush – start st the ends and brush upward. Finish the look with a pretty barrette!
Tuesday: Twisty bun
How to: An easy topknot takes you from class to an after-school job! Keep it in place by adding gel before drying, and then separate (top and bottom). Swirl the top into a bun, then twist the bottom up wrap it around the bun. Secure with pretty pins for flair!
Wednesday: Polished pony
How to: Make a low pony more chic with mega shine! Sprits styling oil onto dry hair for slick look. Part it on the side and keep a section at the top loose. Gather the rest of them into elastic at your neck. Twist the loose strands back, wrap them around the base of your pony, and pin them.
Thursday: Major waves
How to: This flirty style will get you noticed when you’re out with pals! Apply leave-in conditioner to damp hair – it will prevent the iron you’re about to use from scorching it. Air-dry, then use medium-barrel iron to curl all over. Back-comb at the crown for glam finish.
Friday: Sleek faux hawk
How to: A rocker vibe is perfect for a par-tay! Make hair sleek by applying a straightening cream to dry hair before flat-ironing. Brush back the sides and pin, then tease the hair on top. Add a shot of hairspray, and you’re ready to roll!
Saturday: Instant braid
How to: you don’t need to be a braiding pro to get a romantic date-night do! Create a side part and pull hair into a messy low bun. Slip on a braided headband that matches your hair color and pull some tendrils loose around it.
Sunday: Bouncy bob
How to: You have downtime on Sunday, so experiment with a shorter style. (No Scissors needed) Before blow-drying, use volumizing mousse to keep your bob bouncy. Gather hair into a loose pony, and then twist the ends up and under, securing with long pins just behind your ears.
In the end, some more tips:
If your hairs are straight.. Loose, bouncy curls are the easiest for you to rock. Add mousse to wet hair for staying power, and blow-dry. Once hair is 100% dry, hold a 1 ½ -inch curling iron vertically and wrap 2-inch sections of hair around the closed barrel. Hold it there for few seconds then finish with a blast of hairspray so the curls last all day.
If your hairs are wavy.. To amp up your natural waves, scrunch in a light weight curl gel and blow-dry hair upside down for extra volume. Spritz with flexible-hold hairspray, and then roll 1-inch sections in hot rollers and let them set while you do your makeup. Unpin them and rake your fingers through your hair for natural tousle.
If your hairs are curly.. Play up your natural texture with a diffuser. The “fingers” spread out the air so strands don’t frizz. Just add a little smoothing cream first, then point the dryer up (for more volume) or down (for less).