- Don't spend too much time getting ready in the morning. It just doesn't make sense to spend hours styling and sculpting only to have your masterpiece ruined the minute you step outside.
- Instead, opt for a simple ponytail. Keep everything loose and flowing--not too structured.
- Avoid hair products! Sprays and gels will make hair sticky and goopy once they get wet. The only thing worse than a bad hair style is a bad sticky hair style.
- When all else fails, wear a hat. Sure, you'll get hat head and your hair will be flat the minute you take the hat off, but there are a lot of cute, stylish chapeaus out there to keep you dry and save you from a bad hair day.
Monday, November 06, 2006
Rain Rain Go Away!
It's another rainy day here in the verdant Pacific Northwest, and let me just say that my hair is paying the price. Here are my tips for dealing with your hair in the rain, wind and other crazy weather: