With the rain in your hair (literally!)
The monsoons are fun…but a nightmare when your hair gets into that slightly-wet-and-sticky situation. Here’s what you need to do at such a time.
Jenny is heading for a meeting in her swanky car…and its pouring. If you thought that the traffic and potholes on the road are going to be Jenny’s greatest nightmare, then wait until we tell you that she hasn’t remembered to carry an umbrella. Yes, we know she’s safe and cosy in her car, but the bad news is that there’s a short stretch of about 30 seconds to a minute that Jenny has to walk, and, like we told you, she’s not carrying her umbrella today. She’s sure to get her rather long tresses slightly wet (even if she races from her car to the meeting venue’s entrance). So, what’s a quick fix that Jenny can resort to when her hair is a little wet, and she is still expected to look her ravishing best?
If Jenny can miraculously get to a hairdryer, then a quick blowout to refresh her hair would be perfect, as suggested by Rod Anker, Director, Rod Anker Chain of Salons. Anker also recommends leaving it loose and natural, or styling it in an easy braid. Speaking about hairstyles that should be avoided during the monsoons, Jain notes, “Avoid absolutely straight blow-dried hair. I love curls and braids for this monsoon! If your hair is curly or prone to frizz, keep your style extra tight, to hold those spirals in place for as long as possible. Tongs, with some antihumidity hairspray, would be ideal. Braids should be according to your hair type.” So, Jenny now seems to be sorted, thanks to all the tips and quick fixes. Hope you, too, are this season!
The clever bun is here to save the event, one soaked strand at a time! It is really easy to style too. Some nice accessories will fancy it up.