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Let’s face it most of us don’t have time or want to wash our hair every day. Sometimes we can leave it too long without even realising and it gets greasy. Some people also have naturally greasier hair. There is nothing wrong with that, you just have to know how to work with it. You don’t have to pretend you are a hat person for the rest of your life. Making changes to your diet and washing routines will help, but it will take about a month. In the meantime, I want to show you a style that is great for greasy locks and will make you feel like a million dollars. #wearcliphair
Step number 1: Preparation
This is a really cool style that is perfect for an evening out or feeling glam during the day. We all know that dry shampoo is our best friend for in-between days or greasy hair. To begin with finding a dry shampoo that is similar to your hair colour (that is my little secret) and massage it into your roots. Brush it through so that you have the product evenly distributed. Create a side part so you have that vintage 60s vibe then add your Cliphair extensions. This will both hide some of your hair that is greasier towards your roots and give you extra volume.
Step number 2: get your shape
Next, brush your hair so it is to the side and behind your ears before securing it as a side ponytail. I usually use a hair tie colour similar to my hair to make the style look a bit better put together. This looks totally sleek on its own but making a bun makes it even better. It is super easy to create simply split your ponytail in half and loop each section around your fingers with the hair ends on the inside of the loop. Now pin the loops to your head near the base of your ponytail so that they don’t budge. Make sure that you have the bobby pins hidden, you can fan out your loops to help with this. Choose bobby pins that are the same colour as your hair to hide them easier.
Step number 3: Finish your look
If your hair has flyaways use an old toothbrush and some hairspray to smooth them down. Add a tiny bit of serum to your fingertips and go over the outside of your loops to make them the focal point.