Dry in No Time with Accessories
How you dry your hair has a big impact on its overall health. Rubbing too vigorously with a towel or exposing your hair to the heat of the hair dryer for too long can damage the tresses. By using absorbent hair towels, you can help get your hair drier out of the shower or tub without having to rub and strain the strands. You can also purchase shower caps for those occasions when you don't want to get your hair wet while you bathe.
Simplify Styling with Clips
When you're working with your hair to get the perfect style, it is often helpful to section it off and tuck the portions you are not working with out of the way. Whether you're working with wet or dry hair, clips can help make styling simpler by securing the hair away from your face and neck. Look for clips that are appropriate in size for your hair, choosing larger clips for longer and thicker locks and smaller clips for shorter, finer tresses. Using a hair care
tool with a long, thin handle, like a fine-toothed comb, can help with sectioning.
Secure Your Style with Pins
An up-do like a twist or a crown of curls can give you a polished, elegant look for evening, but how do you get that up-do to stay put? Bobby pins and hairpins are the tools you need to get the job done. These small pins can be used to anchor an up-swept style to help it last for as long as possible. Choose pins in a color similar to your hair for a discreet look and be sure to finish with hairspray to improve hold.
Tuck It Away with Barrettes and Bands
Pulling your hair half up, tucking away your bangs or pinning back the sides are all ways to reinvent your look and flatter different types of necklines on tops and dresses. Using hairbands and barrettes can help you test out different hairstyles while adding interest to your hairdos. You can find barrettes in a wide variety of sizes, colors and styles, and hairbands are available in both cloth and plastic to meet your needs.
Tie It Back with Elastics
A ponytail or a braid can keep you cool in the summertime, help you hide the signs of a bad hair day or just give you a different look for the day. Hair elastics can be used to secure ponies, braids, buns, chignons and other types of pulled back styles. You can opt for plain black elastics or mix things up by trying different colors or decorative ornaments. back to top »
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