We have all been there our alarm does not go off, our morning routine becomes extra hectic, and we stagger into the office looking like an extra in a zombie movie. The next time that you find yourself running out the door with your hair in a scarf, take a minute to try these time saving style tips.
Be sure to use the right brushes. This can save you more time than you might think, since a good brush smoothes and sculpts, while a bad brush disrupts the hair follicles and contributes to breakage and frizz, effectively ruining even the most carefully sculpted hairstyle.
Blot your hair with an extra absorbent towel to remove excess moisture in a hurry. Many styling products work better on damp hair, as opposed to hair that is soaking wet, and an extra absorbent towel can help you expedite this process in less time than it takes to plug in your hair dryer.
Ask your stylist about the best way to use your hair care products. You may not think that you need instruction as to how to apply your favorite product, but think again. Too much, or too little product can create a less than desired effect, and your salon stylist is a trained professional, with full knowledge about all of your favorite products.
Develop a basic, daily hair care routine and stick to it-no matter what. A basic routine should take ten minutes or less and involve brushing, styling, curling, etc. whatever you feel is necessary for beautiful hair. It may take some time to get the routine down, but once you do, you will end up saving time in the long run, since you will not have to wonder what your next steps should be.
Try a little extra heat. A heat retaining hair brush, when used in conjunction with a blow dryer, can provide enhanced and longer lasting results. For an extra style boost, be sure to hold your hair brush in your hair for a few seconds before letting the hair fall back into place.
Choose the haircut that is right for you. Celebrity styles and trends are fun to emulate, but be careful not to end up with a style that is too high maintenance for you to maintain properly. Your best bet would be to ask your stylist which looks they recommend for you, and which products can help you maintain them.
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