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Celebrate Hairstyle Appreciation Day



Happy Hairstyle Appreciation Day, the day dedicated to appreciating the bobs, bangs, waves, feathers, and pixies among us. If you are looking for a way to celebrate, then try this fun hair bow tutorial on yourself or someone you know. Ashley, from House of Fab, shows you how on the most recent installment of Glam on the Go.

Below, we also share our must-have styling tools for your mane artillery. So the next time Hairstyle Appreciation Day comes around, your tresses will not contribute to stresses.

 

Brushes

Outside of specific brushes for your hair type and style, these are three brushes that will come in handy.

Nylon Bristle Round Brush – No matter your hair length a large round brush will give you volume at the route.

Wide Tooth Comb – The wider the better. Detangle your hair without damaging it. Wet hair is more sensitive than dry hair.

Teasing Comb – Even if the bump is not your style, a little teasing adds shape to your overall look.

Products 

Your hairstyles will change with your mood, but these three products will always have a home in your toolbox.

Dry Shampoo – We thank the hair gods everyday for the invention of dry shampoo. A perfect go-to after the gym, on bad hair days, and before a date. Dry shampoo instantly gives hair a little more life.

Heat Protection Spray – When you use a hot tool on your hair. Heat protection oil minimize the damage.

Hair Oil – Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, Moroccon Oil, Marula Oil, there are many different types of oils available for increasing the health of your hair follicles. Oil can be used as overnight treatments, and quick fixes for split ends.

Our favorite places to shop for hair styling tools are Hair Envy and Drugstore.com.

 

About Natasha K
Natasha is the Director of Social Media at JustFab; a nomad who has lived in 8 cities; and a proud member of the Social Media “Socialites”. Before JustFab, she led the social media program at indie e-tailer ModCloth. Her personal style can be described as girly, casual and vintage-inspired. Outside of social media and fashion, she is passionate about dancing, crafting, social good initiatives and writing. She has been the publisher of SAPNAmagazine.com, an e-zine for South Asian-American women, since 2004.


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