Vacation Hair Hacks: Keeping the Hair Gorgeous on Vacation
With a few vacation hair hacks, your coif will look like new for your entire getaway. Three products are all you need to look gorgeous on your last summer hiatus, which also answers this Wednesday’s hair question of the week.
Whoop, whoop, happy Hump Day hotties, and welcome to Ask the Pro Stylist’s reader/client’s question of the week. This Wednesday I answer a friend’s inquiry to maintain beautiful hair on her cruise.
To simplify your beauty routine and minimize packing, I suggested the following vacation hair hacks.
I am in love with dry shampoo; especially the latest CHI development that hit stores such as Ulta, Beauty Brands and JCP Salons this past June. The CHI Dry Shampoo absorbs excess oil and invigorates the scalp between shampoos. The CHI Dry Conditioner adds shine to dull hair. Dry shampoo is a must to maintain a blowout for effortless hair while away, unless of course you swim in a pool or ocean.
Cleansing conditioner minimizes packing and adds shine after swimming away your worries. Certain brands add body to limp hair while others smooth waves in humidity. It truly is one of my favorite vacation hair hacks for all hair types. I highly recommend Keracolor Clenditioner that neutralizes the chlorine or Matrix Biolage Cleansing Conditioner, available for fine, medium, coarse and curly hair types.
Braids, Topknots and Hair Oil
Your blowout has fell flat and your styling ability is less than par. Grab a bit of hair oil, any will do as most brands use the same ingredients, and smooth rough ends into a sexy topknot or create a side braid. You don’t have to be a master braider to pull a ponytail to the side, braid the tail and secure with a band. Loosen up some pieces for a messy, Boho look.
If you have a question for me similar to this week’s vacation hair hacks, please email me at DeirdreAHaggerty@gmail.com. We are off next week for some much-needed R&R, so until we return, happy styling!
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