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How to handle bad hair day

Majority of females would agree that a ponytail is the best way to handle bad hair. Ponies are utilized more than times we can remember because we just can't be bothered to think beyond such a simple solution. Truth is, there are some fast and easy fixes that will let you avoid the bad hair day walk-of-shame and infuse some style into your look. Not that there's anything wrong with adopting the ponytail, it's just great to have options.

Create volume overnight by washing and styling your hair night before so only minimal touch-ups are needed in the morning. Notice how your hair will appear more natural, wavier and not-so-limp when you wake up the next day. Also, understand what type of hair you have is very important.  The products you use should always complement your hair, not make it worse.

If your mane is on the oily side, consider dusting baby powder on your hair or sprinkle it on roots in one- to two-inch sections.  Otherwise, try spritzing the grease away by using dry shampoo. Dry shampoo is like an instant root-lift and shower in one. Spray about six inches away from the roots and left it about one minute before styling your hair. This will create instant volume on waves already created by the high bun and soak up excess oil, all while providing a fresh, clean scent.

For dry and frizzy hair, apply a small amount of leave-in conditioner evenly through damp hair, focusing on ends and run a wide-tooth comb through hair. Don’t forget to use heat protectant or else your hair will become fried, leading to more bad hair days than good.  Ultimately, keep up with your salon appointments by trimming your dead ends on a regular basis. With that, you will look consistently refreshed, meaning you’ll never have to worry about your ends making the rest of your hair look bad.

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