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Quick Fixes for Bed Head

Quick Fixes for Bed Head - Everyone at one point wakes up with disaster hair. It may be frizzy, stuck up, tangled, or just all-out unmanageable! This can be extremely frustrating, especially if it happens everyday. This problem is commonly referred to as "bed head". Luckily, there are ways to prevent and fix this reoccurring issue.

The first way to eliminate bed head is by taking a shower in the morning right after you wake up. If you find that you take showers at night, you'll likely notice that your hair is a lot messier in the morning. Try switching it up!

Quick Fixes for Bed Head

If you have no time to shower in the morning and absolutely have to take a shower at night, take a shower in advance before bed and give your hair plenty of time to dry. You may even want to blow dry it and style it before bed. You won't be able to just wake up and head out the door the next morning by styling it before bed, but it will be a lot more manageable.

Use a spray in conditioner. These are very easy to style your hair with and a quick fix.

There are a couple of creams and gels sold at any nearby store that specialize in bed head. Again, these are quick and simple solutions.

Simply straighten your hair. This works most of the time, but if you want to style your hair another way you will have to find other options.

Quick Fixes for Bed Head


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