Hairstylists need to present themselves fashionably. It’s the nature of their business. You wouldn’t feel that confident getting a haircut or a new style from someone whose own hair looked like an unwashed bird’s nest, would you? Not very likely, unless that’s the look you’re going for.
For the rest of us, it’s always nice to get a glimpse into what makes hairstylists look so good all of the time and what tricks they use on their own hair. Once you learn these handy tips put together by the team at Long Island Nail Skin & Hair Institute, where you can take a hairstylist course in Suffolk County, NY, you’ll be able to apply them for yourself.
To avoid poofed-up, greasy hair on days with high humidity, liberally spray your roots with dry shampoo. Cover your hair for a while, with a hat for example, and your hair will look relaxed for the rest of the day.
For dry hair, give yourself an oil treatment. Apply a hydrating oil and let it sit for anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the dryness of your hair. Shampoo and condition as normal.
For the windblown look, use a light hairspray on blow-dried hair and randomly wave certain sections with a curling iron.
If you’re growing out your bangs, add a slight bend by towel-drying your hair and then add a balm to give it a wave.
Following these tips will have you looking great on days when you can’t get to the salon.