It is pretty normal to wake up with a bad hair day. If you are one of those people who don’t often wake up and cringe at your hair, consider yourself lucky. When this does happen, fortunately, there are some products out there that you can use to help tame a bad hair day.
This dry shampoo is a great way to make your hair look much better in a short amount of time. On the days that you don’t wash your hair, or it just looks oily, simply put this in to banish a bad hair day. Batiste’s formula adds a volumizing texture and effect to your hair while absorbing excess oils to help your hair appear fresher. It is important to only use a little bit of product each time or it will build up in your hair and be noticeable.
If you are having a flat hair day, teasing your hair is a super-easy way to add some volume. I recommend using the teasing brush closest to the scalp. Then, backcomb the roots to instantly give yourself a lively, light and voluminous look. Texas Tease Teasing Brush has the benefit of not damaging your hair due to its 50/50 combination of nylon and boar bristles to allow you to easily section your hair as you work on it.
Another annoying hair problem that can hit you on any given day is frizz. When you have that unnecessary volume in your hair that leaves it looking like a bird’s nest, you need something to help smooth it down. This leave-in conditioner is non-greasy and lightweight and has nourishing ingredients such as coconut oils, rosehip and argan to help tame your hair frizz. You can spray it on wet or dry hair and it will not leave product buildup.
One bad hairstyle that always seems to creep up on me is when I wake up with knots in my hair. When this happens, you need a good detangler on hand to fix the problem. The Wizard Detangling Hair Primer is wonderful at not only detangling and nourishing hair, but also protects against heat damage and adds smoothness and shine to your hair. To use this product, evenly mist it through your damp hair before blow-drying and use it to untangle those annoying knots.