6 Ways To Quickly Style Your Hair If You're In A Rush
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  • Moms are always in a hurry, but that doesn't mean it has to show. Try these fast hair styling hacks so you won't be stuck doing your hair for more than 15 minutes every day!

    1. Use a keratin-infused conditioner

      Instead of layering different hair treatments to get a silky smooth mane, use a keratin-rich conditioner. This will hydrate each follicle, add shine to your locks, and prevent frizzy hair.

      Creamsilk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Straight, P149, Lazada

    2. Dry your hair with a ~*hot air brush*~

      Blow drying your tresses with a round brush can take a long time and cause your arms to ache. Good thing for hot brushes! They dry, brush, and straighten your hair at the same time without the extra effort.

       

       

      BaByliss Double Ionic Ceramic Hot Straightening Brush, P5,650, Zalora

    3. Tie your damp hair into a bun

      For instant waves, put your damp hair up in a loose bun and blast your blow dryer on it for a few minutes. When you're done, let your strands loose and add sea salt spray to keep them in shape all day!

    4. Use dry shampoo before you sleep

      If your mane's feeling a little greasy, apply dry shampoo on the roots of your hair before going to bed. While you catch on Zzzs, the product will have enough time to work on your roots to absorb excess oil and sweat. When you wake up, your hair will have that bagong-ligo feeling and sexy volume!

    5. Tame baby hairs with brow mascara

      If you like clean, sleek hairstyles, set and tame your baby hairs with the help of a product that's already in your kikay kit: brow mascara! If you're going to use a tinted version, make sure the shade is close to your natural hair color.

       

       

      Benefit Gimme Brow, P1,500, SM Megamall

    6. Accessorize with a pretty hair clip

      If there's really no time, just add a pretty hair accessory to your look!

      Nami x Suyen Gabriela, P2,990, Nami.ph

     

    This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

    *Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.

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