Can This Hot Mess Be Saved?
This is Day Three Hair. It has been through one night shift, one doubles match, yoga, a run, countless ponytails and/or topknots, and three sleeps. This is epic for me. I have always been one of those every-day hair washing kind of gals. Lately though, I have been making a conscious effort not to wash my hair too much now that I no longer colour, as it gets dry really fast with too much washing. But it can be difficult between the workouts and the natural texture of my hair (wavy, thick, fuzzy) not to want to just stick it under the tap and start over.
Instead, I have taken to trying to revive my mop in other ways. Here is my latest last-ditch hair fix before I finally to give-in and bust-out the shampoo bottle.
It works! Granted, I took this photo right after I removed the rollers, and they tend to relax after a while and settle-in for a less Old Hollywood look and more of a soft wave, which I prefer. you can also brush it out to the way you want it to look, then spray it to hold it in place. I just ran a little shine serum through it and called it a day.
Click here for a great online tutorial on how to use hot rollers to get the look you want.
Fix Your Own Hot Mess