Hair problems solved
If you’ve got 99 problems and your hair isn’t one, you, my friend, are extremely lucky.
For the rest of us mere human beings, the problems can range from a few stray flyways to toes so hairy they make Big Foot look groomed.
In my 23 furry years of existence alone, I can think of five reoccurring hair problems that plague me. But at least they’re consistent, so I can come up with some truly genius solutions (if I do say so myself).
Forgetting to shave your legs in the shower so you can wear that cute skirt tomorrow. You realise your mistake as soon as you’re snuggled up on the couch ready to watch Gilmore Girls reruns.
Invest in an Epilady. You may have to turn up the TV volume a bit, but you won’t have to leave the couch, so it’s really not much of a sacrifice.
Consistently forgetting to use heat protectant. The result? Hair that’s as dry as the Sahara desert.
Replenish lost moisture and prevent further breakage by applying Schwarzkopf Extra Care BB Cream. Trust me, it’s much more effective than just piling on the conditioner.
Not being able to resist the urge to pick at an ingrown hair in an inappropriate location. And now it looks like something a lot more alarming.
Apply Bump eRaiser Medi Paste as soon as the ingrown hair appears. This will reduce swelling and draw out the impurity without breaking the skin.
Putting off a hair appointment for too long and then having to attend a party with your greys and regrowth on show.
Instead of doing a rushed dye job (which will only end in disaster), simply cover the offending bits using 1000 Hour Touch Up Stick.
Your roots are as greasy as a deep fryer and there’s no dry shampoo in sight.
If you’re able to locate some baby powder, shake some onto your roots and then rub into the scalp. It’s just as effective as dry shampoo.
What is your biggest problem when it comes to hair? Have you ever tried any of the above solutions?