Easy Heatless Travel Hairstyles Decoded By Gingersnapsxoxo
Heatless hairstyles never looked this easy! Gingersnapsxoxo shows you these 4 easy heatless hairstyles to get you ready within minutes. Check it out below. Aint nobody got time for elaborate hair rituals while travelling! Here are four of my favourite go-to hairdos that help me look put together and take only two minutes to create. Poofed Up Half Updo I start by using BBLUNT Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream on damp hair. This is one of my favourite leave in treatments for hair; it makes my hair manageable by keeping frizz away and protects it from environmental and heat styling damage. Take 1-2 pumps of the product depending on your hair length and apply it throughout the body of your hair, away from the roots and concentrating mainly on the middle and the ends. Now gather the hair from your crown area and start back combing it to create volume. If you want the poof to stay put all day you can even use a little hairspray,like BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish, to the section that you are back combing. Now with the help of a few bobby pins, put your hair in place and create a poof. Voila, you are done! And again, you can use hairspray to secure the hairstyle in place. High Ponytail A high ponytail is a quick fix for days when you dont have time to shampoo your hair. I start by using BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo For Instant Shine if my hair is unwashed. This dry shampoo does a great job of absorbing excess grease and adding freshness and texture to your hair. Now pull all your hair up. I prefer not to use a comb and use only my fingers to smoothen out my hair. Use a good quality hair tie to secure the ponytail in place Pull out a few wisps of hair which is an optional step depending on the look you are going for. The final step is to use a few bobby pins wherever required. And if you do not want your ponytail to fall flat, use hair pins at the base of your ponytail as well! To finish this look I use BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for instant shine and keeping my hair in place. This spray on hair serum contains Provitamin B5, Vitamin E and Silk Proteins to nourish your hair. Messy Updo Whip out your dry shampoo if you havent washed your hair! Hold the can 6 inches away from your hair, section your hair and spray the dry shampoo on roots, leave it on for two minutes and massage till no residue is visible. Pull all your hair up to the desired position of the updo. Now pull it out once completely through the hair tie and the second time only pull your hair half way through. I prefer to use my fingers rather than a comb for this updo to get a messy look. Gently pull on your little bun till you get the volume you want and pull out a few wisps of your hair if you want the updo to look messy. I use U pins at the base of the bun to secure it in place and bobby pins where ever I feel like my hair my gives me trouble. And finally, I make my updo super shiny and smooth using BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for instant shine. The Two Strand Braid My most favorite go-to hairstyle of all time will forever be the two strand braid, also known as the pull-through braid. If you are not familiar with this hairstyle, I am about to change your life my friend. I start by spraying BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo on my roots. Keep that dirty little secret with dry shampoo. *wink* Take all of your hair on one side and divide it into two equal sections. Tie the front section (Section 1) with a hair tie. I am using a black hair tie but you can also go for invisible hair ties. Split the front section (Section 1) into parts. Pull the back section (Section 2) through it. Repeat the same steps. Tie section 2 which will now be in front. Split Section 2 into two parts and pull Section 1 through it. Repeat the same steps till you reach the end of your hair and tie both the sections together. Pull on your braid gently to add volume and pull out a few strands from the front to frame your face. I am adding a final touch to the braid by using BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish to smoothen out flyaway hair and keeping the rest of the hair in place. And I am done!