Summer is coming to an end and soon it will be that time of the year again- another semester of school. If you’re like me, by the time you have gotten a hang of things you will already be tied down by a busy schedule. While you might want to grab a beanie or wrap your head using a cute turban, there are many other quick tips and fixes that can help you tame your mane. So if you’re busy living the hectic life of a student and still want to keep your tresses shiny, stylish and healthy, this article is for you.
1. Eat for your hair.
Fruits and vegetables such as mangoes and carrots, nuts and eggs are great sources of food thatpromote glossy and healthy looking hair.
Too busy to snack on healthy foods? Supplement!
Omega fatty acids (stimulates hair growth, promotes sheen), biotin, or a multivitamin packed with all the essential vitamins needed for healthy hair growth is another way of maintaining healthy hair and scalp. Check out our article an healthy alternatives for more info (http://www.thecocomagazine.com/locs/5-food-items-to-help-you-achieve-healthy-long-hair )
2. Stick to a simple hair routine.
Believe it or not, when it comes to a hair regimen less is always more. What matters is consistency. Develop a hair regimen and be consistent.
3. Cute protective styling
Not only will you be able to wear one style for 2-3 days but some people boast about great length retention while using protective styles over a period of time. A high, messy bun is quick and easy to achieve.
Always keep a few hair tools handy. Cute head bands, bows, clips, hair feathers, flowers etc. are a great way to make a simple style look fabulous.
5. Add some color
Changing your hair color to something subtle but playful is a good way to rock yourhair when you’re too busy to get it styled. Auburns, brown ombres or blond streaks are good colors to consider while in school. Professional yet sassy!
6. Let time be on your side
Style your hair the way you want to wear it the next day before going to bed. Wrap with a satin scarf or bonnet before going to bed. This will make life much easier if you are always rushing to get to school on time.
7. Always have a spray bottle handy
If you have locks, thick or curly hair, spending enough time moisturizing your hair might prove time consuming. Make your own hair mist by combing oils such as jojoba, coconut or olive oil with essential oils such as, peppermint or basil oil. Before heading out in the morning or during a busy study day, sprits s hair sufficiently to keep the moisture in while on the go.
A woman’s hair is her crown of glory and most of us feel great when our hair looks good. What are some of your favorite tips? Feel free to share by leaving a comment below.