Bad hair days are real and let’s face it, not all days carry the mood of glitz and glam. Sometimes your hair is calling for some tender loving care, but your spirit’s just not up for it. Let’s not even mention when the hairstyle people swooned over a few weeks ago, starts making you feel drab and dishevelled. This is why in this list we embark on some style tips, that can help you get through those bad hair days while leaving you looking confident and well put.
You can never go wrong with a high bun. Just tie your hair or braids, up then smooth out your edges using a little bit of gel. This gives you a refreshed look and leaves you room to adorn yourself with accessories. You can also opt to cover the bun with a scarf or leave it be if it can suffice. Pineapple is another hairstyle that comes to mind.
Wear a cap
Not to work though. Nonetheless, this is a good hack for when you can’t imagine taking down your braids or going somewhere with edges and hair strands all unruly.
Get a wig
Wigs are like an emergency tool kit. There are enough wig styles on the web so you can never run out of inspiration. Therefore, to revamp your look, get a wig, especially a short one or one with shoulder-length hair. They are more easily manageable than long synthetic wigs. However, this always depends on well you can take care of your unit.
Next, pay attention if your wig is made of synthetic, human or semi-human hair. If you are a beginner, you can opt for a semi-human straight wig. It is affordable and the good thing is that you will not have to throw it out after a month’s use. Why, because it feels like straightened kinky hair.
Why do we love cornrows? They are effortless, convenient, tidy, expressive and versatile. If you can style yourself, the better. If not get a hairstylist who doesn’t plait them too tight as this can cause traction alopecia. Cornrows will serve you for days and you don’t have to keep restyling your hair. 8 reasons you should change your hairstylist.
I am a writer with interest in hair, beauty and fashion. I also like telling stories, but most of all I enjoy listening and reading them. If I'm not doing any of the above, I will be trying to crack a game of chess or monopoly. My biggest fear is being ordinary.