Yesterday was a long day. You woke up early, rushed to get ready for work, and spent eight hours crunching numbers or meeting deadlines. By the time you got home, you were starving and just wanted to crawl into bed. But before you could do that, you had to take care of your hair. Sound familiar? If it does, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Many women find themselves dealing with second-day hair regularly. Luckily, there are a few tricks that can help refresh your style without rewashing your hair. Keep reading for tips on styling second-day hair like a pro!
Second-day hairstyle tutorials
Do you ever wake up and not feel like doing your hair? You want to wear a ponytail or a messy bun, but then you remember that second-day hair is the best. Here are some of our favorite tips for making sure your second-day hair looks fantastic.
- Put some dry shampoo on the roots before sleeping at night. This will help absorb any oils overnight and make your skin look healthier during the day.
- Start by putting a little bit of styling cream in the palm of your hand. Next, rub hands together until the product is distributed evenly across both palms. Next, run hands through damp strands from root to tip.
- Wash your hands with soap before touching your head, so there’s no oil residue left behind on them from last night’s cooking session or cleaning work.
- Next, grab a large round brush and start brushing your hair downwards (in the direction it naturally falls). This will help create volume at the roots while smoothing out any frizziness or flyaways on top for a sleek style with zero effort.
- Use a texturizing spray after washing and drying it if you’re looking for more volume than usual!
How to refresh second-day hair?
Like most women, you probably wash your hair every day. While this is the best way to keep your hair healthy and looking great, it can also be drying on your locks. This is especially true if you have long hair. So, one solution is to give your hair a break and only wash it every other day. This can be easier said than done, however.
Many women find that their hair looks greasy or oily on the second day after washing it. However, you can refresh your locks by following a few easy steps. All you need are some dry shampoo and setting spray.