How To Handle A Bad Hair Day

Having a great hair day

Ivanka Trump once said that having gorgeous hair is the best revenge. And boy was she right about that! On a good hair day, we feel invincible, like we can take on the world!

When a bad hair day strikes, we tend to want to hide and not let anyone see our face (and hair!). I’m sharing a few simple How-Tos which will hopefully give you more good hair days this winter than bad!


How To Hide A BHD

We all dread the monster that is Bad Hair Day. It comes seemingly out of nowhere. Everything seemed fine last night. Not a hair out of place! And then next thing you know, you wake up, and your hair is a huge mess.

When I’m having a Bad Hair Day I like to use this simple hairstyle, that takes 5 minutes to do, and looks great at any occasion! The Bubble Pony Tail is an amazing way to hide a bad hair day!

The Bubble Pony Tail

You could also try this Dutch Side Plait, which looks great on a night out.

Renew Loose Braid Tutorial

How To Keep Your Locks Shiny For Less

Winter has a few of us pinching our pennies (because all of our money goes towards hot soups and socks obviously), and I love using this quick hair mask that I make myself using ingredients from my fridge!

Do It Yourself Hair Mask

Do It Yourself Hair Mask

It’s so easy, and leaves your hair feeling shiny and rejuvenated for those bad hair days.

Mix; one egg, two tablespoons of olive oil, a glass of milk and half a squeezed lemon. Then apply to your hair after shampooing.

The protein from the egg and the milk strengthens your hair, while the olive oil and lemon juice leaves it shiny and fresh. Winter hair has never been easier!

Renew: Home hair colours

Colouring at home is always tricky, but luckily Renew makes it easy for you!

Renew has a double conditioning formula which cares for your hair. While the rich non-drop formulation with the Colour Infusion Technology makes sure to cover all your grey! Colouring at home has never been easier!

Irina-DomanWritten by beauty and fashion blogger Irina Doman
Twitter: @irinadoman