All those Christmas parties have probably left your locks feeling a little worse for wear… but fear not! We’ve gathered some super cheap and super easy hair hacks that are sure to breathe some life back into that mane.
1) HAIR LOOKING DULL?
Try finishing your shower with a quick blast of cold water. Why? Because the cold will help close cuticles & seal in moisture, leaving you with a killer shine!
Once you’re done and dusted in the shower, it’s time for a quick towel dry. Try to avoid wringing your locks and instead just give them a few gentle squeezes.
2) HAIR LOOKING FRIZZY?
It’s time to master blow dry.
First things first, grab Mark Hill’s Extreme Perfect Blow Dry Spray and spritz all over. The super lightweight formula will help evaporate water from the hair whilst it’s drying, making the blow-drying process one hell of a lot speedier.
Next up, grab your blow-dryer and get to work! Try to point the nozzle of the hairdryer down from the root to tip. Why? Because this will help to eliminate frizz and keep any pesky flyaways tame. PLUS, it’ll leave those locks with a luscious shine.
When your hair is almost dry, press the cool shot on your hairdryer and aim at those roots for around 5-10 seconds. This will seal the cuticle and enhance that shine!
3) HAIR FEELING DRY?
It’s time to ditch your ancient hairbrush (you know…the one that’s got those scabby plastic bristles), and treat yourself to a brand spankin’ new Argan Oil Paddle Brush. Why? Because this is sure to prevent frizz, add volume and leave a glossy shine!
4) HAIR LOOKING DEAD?
It’s probably time to give your hair a little break from the heat, which means one thing and one thing only… an updo! Whether you opt for princess Leia-eqsue buns or a Kim K high & slick pony, make sure you start by spritzing your mane with Anti-Humidity Spray. Why? Because this will help control and smooth any pesky flyaways!
So there you have it! 4 quick and easy hacks to revitalise your locks this new year!
P.S – to take your updo to a whole new level, disguise your bobble by wrapping a small section of hair around it and securing with a hair grip – oh-so-sophisticated.