Ladies, welcome to episode 375,432 of My Disastrous Hair. I recently got my hair did, and as usual, managed to keep it looking good for that one day until I decide to wash it and then I usually get stuck with some sort of freak attack for about a week. After five-seven days, it finally relents and falls into "something." Well, I'm in the midst of freak attack hair right now.
And I can't blame my stylist because she is awesome, but yet again I've got to point to my continued inability to do anything worthwhile with these silly strands growing out of my head. And yes, part of it is because I spend a lot of time dawdling in front of the closet each morning that by the time I need to do something with my hair - well, I'm got about 30 seconds to make magic happen.
I've tried about a billion different products under the sun - the latest that isn't working a dang for me is Wen - but there's apparently not enough anti-frizz cream or hot ironing in the world to fix my own stiff-armed brushing, lack of general hair know-how, and impatience with getting my mop dry. I can't really blame anyone but myself for my hair situation, and as with my dieting, I continue to look for the no-work lazy person's way to shiny, bouncy, stylishness.
How much time do you spend on your locks each morning? Do you have any can't-live-without hair products that you'd recommend to the style-challenged, or fantastic hair tricks for those short on time / patience?
Sweater: Pim & Larkin via Piperlime sequin stripe (sim, grey)
Skirt: J.Crew sovereign paisley (worn here - sim, darker, blue)
Necklace: J.Crew factory chandelier (check stores, worn here - sim, sim, sim)
Bracelets:J.Crew, Target, Asos (sim, sim, sim, sim)
Shoes: Madewell film noir (worn here - same colorblock, sim, sim)