Are you a fan of tied hair? These hair tips are your allies to wear your favorite hairstyles without damaging your hair.
If teleworking and confinements have certainly contributed to our desire to tie our hair, with the arrival of sunny days, this trend is not about to disappear. If our hair will quickly become an important source of heat, it is essential to have the right reflexes to wear hot and protective hairstyles. Braids, buns, ponytails, each to their own hairstyle and the power to adopt it without weakening your hair. So ladies, to your darlings.
Isn't letting your hair wander in the open air your cup of tea? No worries, each woman has her own hairstyle to be as glamorous as you want. However, tying your hair too much can damage it. To avoid being the owner of brittle hair, some habits should be changed in the way we do our hair.
And if style rhymes with ease, it's because these simple tips guarantee you an ultra-hot look. From tying up dry hair to not over-tightening your elastic, to varying the pleasures and changing your hairstyle every day, having healthy hair and tying up has never been easier. The must? Adopt a star accessory from the 90s which is making a big comeback this spring: the fabric scrunchie. With it, your hair will be protected, tied up, and above all, you will exhibit a most stylish hairstyle. Clearly, nothing too rocket science, you just have to abandon your traditional high ponytail and offer your hair new hairstyles that are just as easy to do.
To protect the hair fiber from aggressive friction, avoid rubber bands containing an iron bar. Although plastic elastics are part of our daily lives, they are not necessarily our hair allies. To tie your hair without damaging it, it is best to wear an ultra-trendy 90s must-have, the scrunchie. In addition to offering you a glamorous style, it will pamper your hair.
If you are a fan of tied hair, to avoid damaging it, give free rein to your imagination to vary the hairstyles. Monday bun, Tuesday ponytail, and Wednesday braids, to avoid weakening your hair fiber by always tying your hair in the same way.
If you tie your hair at the same height every day, it can dramatically impact the life of the hair fiber. To not let go of your ponytail, alternate between a high, mid-high, and low hairstyle.
While tying your hair up when it's wet seems like a disciplined idea of the century, it's actually a hair loss. No, we don't overuse the words. Tying up your wet hair will encourage the creation of knots around your elastic, and will cause breakage, whatever you don't want.
To wear an ultra-trendy cut that will not damage your hair, opt for a "loose" tie. Doing twists and turns with your rubber band will pull on your roots, and in addition to giving you headaches, it will weaken them. So to fix small hair, we prefer styling gels or sprays, but in moderation so as not to suffocate your hair.
Obviously, this rule does not apply to all types of hair, at the risk of seeing your curls mess up overnight. If you have pretty, smooth hair that you are used to tying up during the day, let it breathe overnight so as not to weaken it.
Depending on her hair type, hairstyle styles may vary. Nothing better than a high bun to sublimate your hair and sport an ultra-trendy hairstyle.
Transform your traditional braid into a stylish and glamorous hairstyle for the arrival of sunny days.
Refined and stylish, the styled/tousled bun is a seasonal staple.
The classic ponytail is a must-have in our simple and pretty hairstyles. For more comfort and style, make sure it is not too high.
Half-bun half-detached, to free your hair from your view but let it wander.
Adopt the low bun to modernize the traditional bun.