When you have short hair, bad hair days are harder to get through—you can’t just tie it up into a bun. If your hair just isn’t cooperating with you, do these to still look chic:
1. Make waves.
Work with your messy hair instead of fighting it. Create beachy waves with a flat iron by twirling two-inch sections of hair around the plates. This ensures effortless-looking curls instead of tight ringlets. Once done, lightly finger-comb your hair to loosen up the waves.
2. Clip it aside.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know barrettes are trendy. Use it to conceal a bad hair day. Create a sharp side part with a rattail comb, then clip the barrette around your temples. Keep the look neat by tucking the rest of your hair behind your ears.
3. Straighten it out.
Take care of pesky flyaways with a flat iron. Straighten your hair in sections so nothing stays out of place. If you’re sporting a blunt bob, straighten your hair to show off your edginess—a very high fashion look.
4. Wear it sleek.
If you’re feeling bold, try the wet look. Use pomade or gel to slick your hair back and comb your tresses to look neat. Since your hair is off your face, you can have a lot more fun experimenting with makeup.
5. Don a headband.
Aside from clips, headbands are also really trendy right now. Just slide a thick one onto your head and you’re good to go. The statement accessory will take all the attention away from your lackluster strands.
Make sure you’re always ready for bad hair days with a go-to hairdo, an arsenal of accessories, and styling tools. The JML Steam Bonding Straightener (P4,499.75) has two-inch-wide heating plates so you can straighten your hair quickly and easily. Plus, its infrared technology helps prevent hair from getting dry, keeping your locks shiny and hydrated.
If you have the old JML Pro Ceramic Hair Straightener, you can trade it in to get a P900 discount on the Steam Bonding Straightener. Just take the working or defective unit to participating JML Healthcare counters in Watson’s and The SM Store beauty sections from May 20 to May 30, 2019.
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