Secrets of a Stylist: How To Survive Horrible Hair Days

Are bad hair days catching you by surprise or even worse they keep happening when you have a big event to attend? That is exactly why you should always have not one, but two bad hair day plans. The quickest and effortless way to recover is to simply, yet stylishly cover your hair with a hat, head band or wrap. If this happens and covering your hair is out of the question move your part or use bobby pins close to your hair color and force it to lay in it’s usual place. Ladies with longer hair should go for a sleek high pony tail or bun. As you can see, I prefer the effortless method. 20151128_171607-1

Shop the look at Target, (hat)  Forever 21, (Necklace & Vest) Macy’s, (Cable Knit Sweater)  NYX, (lipstick).

As always thank you for reading, commenting, and liking!

With LOVE,

Dāsha

     

P.S. Don’t limit yourself to the women’s department when you’re out shopping for hats.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Debbie Donato says:

    Wish I looked that good in a hat 🙂 I am the forever ponytail girl, who just needs to find the perfect soluction to fly away hairs.

    1. Dāsha says:

      Have you tried hairspray, mousse, or pomade? Each hair texture requires different products.

  2. Cheyanne says:

    I try to put my hair in a pony tail when my curls aren’t behaving. But I have super fine hair and I get all these little bits that stick straight up and out to the sides LOL. I try to tame them with sprays or creams or whatnot but they just make the little bits that fly out stand up taller and in chunks LOLOLOL. I should probably learn how to braid my hair or get a headband or something. I could probably have a feature on my blog: Fix My Style where I take pictures of things I have in my closet that I don’t know how to wear or take pictures of my hair being RIDICULOUS and see if people have suggestions to make it work. I’m seriously hopeless! 🙂

    1. Dāsha says:

      You are far from hopeless Cheyanne. However, it sounds like you’re on the market for a makeover and that just so happens to be my area of expertise. I provide styling services. Send me an email to dashaguyton@gmail.com and we can discuss rates or we could do a collaboration that would benefit us both. Make sure the subject line says styling services.

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