Don’t Cut Your Hair:
Four Ways To Spice Up Long Hair
Having Long Hair Today
Sometime long hair can seem tedious. It can look the same day to day causing the possessors of it to become disillusioned with it’s true and unique beauty. There are many ways in which one can combat hair fatigue without making the WORST mistake of your life. Below are the FOUR best ways to spice up your long hair.
Four Ways To Spice Up Your Long Hair Overnight
01. Cut Your Bangs
If you are bored with your long hair a good way to spice up your look is to add bangs. The great thing about long hair is you can get away with even the craziest looking bangs. Short, jagged, long, side swept: All of the above are wonderful ways to turn your long hair from drab to fab.
02. Add Some layers
Layers are a surefire way to add some excitement back into your strands. Whether you go for long supermodel layers like Gisele or shorter punky ones a la Rihanna you can’t go wrong. Just keep the underlying hair long and you can shape the rest into many different styles.
03. Try Temporary Hair Dye
I never condone bleach or dye because both are very drying. If you want to lighten your hair naturally use lemon juice on your hair in the sun. As far as the crazy colors the celebrities enjoy? Those are all wigs or just temporary dyes and extensions. You can get a similar effect buying a can of temporary hair spray from your local dollar store. Even better try some Hair Chalk, that works on all colors of hair including dark thick hair.
04. Learn How To Braid Or Ragcurl
I will never promote using heat or styling products on your hair. To mimic the look of curls or waves many get by damaging their hair using heat or products, you can do overnight by braiding your hair or putting it in rag curls. This is also a great way to protect your hair from tangles and thus, over brushing. This is a great non permanent way to make you fall in love with your long hair again.