When it comes to hair pegs, you know you can always count on your trusted salon to give you a low maintenance 'do or treatment to resolve your hair woes. But, let's face it, salon-worthy hair is not easy to come by -- especially with a long to-do list.
One of moms' major hair issues is thinning hair, for some right after giving birth. But here's a little secret: it's possible to achieve soft, shiny, and bouncy hair every day! And what's even cooler is that it won't take too much of your time to do so, and it won't break the bank either. Keep scrolling to find out how!
Rely on a trusty sea salt spray.
Don't be confused -- sea salt spray is not the same as your usual hair spray! Sea salt sprays are known to add a ton of volume to the hair with just a few spritz, and you won't even have to worry about possible hair damage because the ingredients are natural and good for your hair! There are various ways of using this nifty hair product, but here's our go-to trick: after you take a bath at night (provided that you use a shampoo that is not too drying or harsh), wait for you hair to dry at least 60%, then spritz a few sea salt spray to your hair. Tie your hair and leave it on overnight and wake up to volumized hair! Go upside down! What's one quick way to add volume to you hair? Dry it upside down! Just face down as you air-dry your hair. Make sure to brush your hair against its natural direction for maximum volume. Tease your roots. It's no secret that teasing your tresses is an easy way to achieve volume. But always start with the roots to maintain control over how much volume you want. Remember not to pull your hair too hard to avoid any damage. Scrunch it up before you hit the sack.
Love braiding your hair? Rock trendy braids while you doze off and wake up to instant beachy waves the next day. Make sure that the braids are not too tight to avoid unwanted headaches the next morning. Skip the brush (at the ends only!). Some beauty girls claim that it's not actually necessary to brush or comb your hair. Although we wouldn't go as far as ditching our brushes completely, for extra volume, use your brush to comb through your roots only. Otherwise, just finger comb your tresses.