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Question. Do you have a morning hair routine? And if you don’t, why not?
Although the idea of coming up with one might initially seem like just one more thing to put on your to-do list (as if you need the extra stress, right?), the reality is that it only takes a few minutes to figure out what needs to be done. Then, once you start to put your steps into practice, it can actually shave time off of your daily morning schedule.
If you’re open to the idea, but you’re not sure exactly where to start, this video by @blowoutprofessor can provide you with some tips.
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OK. I’m pretty sure it goes without saying that different hair types and textures (and lengths) call for different kind of hair routines. But if this is something that you think would work well for your hair, here are a few points about his three tips.
A wet brush. He’s right that they will reduce frizz. The main thing to keep in mind here is it’s important that you start at the ends of your hair and work your way up to the top. That will help to prevent tangles reduce heavy tugging that could result in breakage over time.
Dry shampoo. If you’re looking for a hold-me-over until your next official wash day, dry shampoo is a great option. It’s also good for your hair because it can get rid of odors, keep color-treated hair from fading and absorb excess oil.
Hair oil. He is spot-on about hair oil being able to tame your ends. Argan oil will moisturize your hair and protect it from environmental damage. Sweet almond oil can help to make your hair more manageable. Tamanu oil will strengthen your hair while giving it lots of sheen. You can read about other carrier oils that are good for your hair by going here.
Again, hair routines don’t have to be long and complex. Just come up with 3-5 consistent steps, apply them and watch how amazing your hair looks after investing just a little bit of time before heading out to officially start your day.