6 WAYS TO STYLE YOUR HAIR WHEN YOU HAVE NO TIME

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Otherwise titled as “How to style your hair everyday” because time, who has that? I realize I have about 6 go-to hair styles for wet or 2nd day hair. These are the styles I lean-to when I’m running out the door to take the kids out, the “oh crap, I forgot to do my hair…..hold on one second kids!” styles. 6 Great Everyday Hair Styles

TOPKNOT – A no brainier and basically an every single day style. Best for second day hair, but usually the go to for semi wet hair too. [image]

LOW KNOT – Great for those days when you were |this close| to wearing your hair down. [image]

MILK-MAID BRAIDS – Criss-cross the braids over the top of your head or at the nape of your neck. I often go for the nape of my neck wrap, it feels like it’s the quicker less primping and priming root (the lazy version). [image] A QUICK HOW TO

6 WAYS TO STYLE YOUR HAIR WHEN YOU HAVE NO TIME

HALF TOPKNOT – Sometimes it’s nice to pretend I’m not wearing a topknot everyday, but then I sorta still am. This is also a really great short hair style. [image]

KNOTTED PONY – Another take on a loose low pony. A quick pull back that looks like you spent a ton of time on it. [image] A QUICK HOW TO

FRENCH BRAID – I call this my Kelly Kapowski hair and if you know who that is, I like you already.  This is my go to for wet hair. I hate leaving the house with wet hair and if I don’t have time to hair dry or even a quick blow dry I’ll french braid now and take it out and actually do it later (or not). [image] A QUICK HOW TO

These are my go-to daytime styles, great for when I’m running out the door to take the kids to school (BTS hair for Mom). My after yoga, getting ready for the day, running (probably super) late and the kids are waiting at the door for me, hiding my hair that needs a good cut hairstyles. Do you have a really great go-to? Please share!

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August 15, 2014 · Daily,HAIR AND FACES



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