10 Fixes For A Bad Hair Day
Tip for those who let their hair air dry:
When I get out of the shower, I wear a beanie around my apartment while I wait for my hair to dry. It's less frizzy and poufy this way.
Wool Blend Beanie, $145, Alexander Wang, Ssense.com
This powder is such a cool new product.
Like the name says, it actually "grips" your hair. You put a small pile in your hand work it through your hair about halfway down until the ends. It's the best thing I've used in terms of "holding" a style together and adding texture.
Redken Powder Grip, $18.99, Stuff4beauty.com
This headband looks really chic when added to a top knot.
Floral-print silk headband, Erdem, $140, Netaporter.com
All of my friends use this thing for touch-ups.
Create 1 inch curls. Spay them and then loosen them out. The result is really sexy waves.
Sultra 'Bombshell' 1 inch Curling Iron, $130, Sephora.com
Bad hair days call for a little fun!
Marc by Marc hair clips, $68, Couture.zappos.com
No one will care what your hair looks like if you're wearing a Lanvin turban.
Crepe-jersey turban headband, $500, Lanvin, Netaporter.com
If things are really dire, dry shampoo is usually the answer to all of your hair woes.
This new-ish one by Serge Normant smells SO GOOD.
Serge Normant Dry Shampoo, $25, Sephora.com