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Hairstyles to deal with birds’ nest hair

Hairstyles to deal with birds’ nest hair






We have all had those terrible hair days, I have even thought mine would not recover. When you are struggling to get out of bed in the morning the last thing you want is to look in the mirror as see a frizz ball growing where your silky hair should be. There is nothing that can dampen your mood for the day like feeling you have to hide all your hair under a hat to show your face to the world. There is no need to suffer. All you need is some awesome hairstyles. Frizzy hair, what frizzy hair? Check out these beauties so you can keep feeling as fabulous as you will look.


Inverted braid bun

We have all tried out a normal french braid and also help frizzy hair but french braid upside down adds that extra style. The first thing to do is to try and make sense of your frizz. Scrunch some texturising hair mousse into your roots and ends so it easier to manage. You can try and brush your hair but if that is only the frizz worse simply gather your hair and flip it in front of you. Separate a row of hair near the nape of your neck and divide it into three. Start creating your french braid making sure that it is tight and goes in a straight line upwards as you add extra strands. Once the braid is above your ears secure it with a clear elastic hair tie. Spritz your hair with water and brush the top of your hair collecting it and your braid ends into a ponytail on top of your head. To make your bun really pop add a ponytail extensions then twist your hair into a bun. Pin your bun and spritz with some hairspray to hold.

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The chignon boho style

The brilliant thing about a boho chignon is messy is at the heart of this style, so all frizz is welcome. You do need to brush your hair thoroughly for this one but put on a little bit of serum to make it easier. Take a four-inch section of hair above your left ear and divide it into two ponytails. Secure the top one with a hair tie then create a three-strand braid. Secure it at the end with a clear elastic hair tie then create your braid with the top ponytail. Now drape your braids across your head and secure it with a pin behind your right ear. Gather the rest of your hair into a low ponytail hair exntensions. Take sections of your ponytail roll it inwards, tucking the ends into your hair tie. Repeat until you have your chignon and add some hairspray.

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60’s style ponytail

The 60’s were a time of big colour and style and this ponytail lives up to its glory. The extra volume the frizz gives you is amazing for this style and looks sensational. This may seem like the opposite of what you think but we actually need to tease your roots. Create a row division in your hair above your ears clip out of the way. Tease the lower half of your hands and smooth over the top row. Gather and tie up your hair in a high ponytail and spray to finish.

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