How To Wash&Wear Your Hair - No Hairdryer Necessary!
Wash-and-wear hair without a blowout can absolutely look chic. Even when you have en early meeting and you don’t have time for a perfect hairstyle. Here are some easy, breezy tips for every hair type.
I literally wash-and-wear my hair 90% of the time. I really like it to look natural with a bit of texture at the ends and volume at the back of the head (because I have straight hair and my back of the head is quite flat).
There are some things I do to make sure it dries super smooth with lift at the roots, and products I use to make it look more like second day hair (because i don't like fluffy hair ), so I made this little tutorial at home to show you my wash-and-wear hair routine.
It’s very easy and I don’t use a hair dryer or curling wand but there is a little twist I always do. So check out the full tutorial below!
Here is how I wash-and-wear my hair:
I condition my hair as a pre-wash, even I use a post conditioner. Doesn’t matter. I apply a little amount evenly throughout my wet hair. Leave in for 1 minute and rinse. A while ago, I recognized when I’m using conditioner after shampoo it weigh my hair down and leave it flat. So I tried reverse and for me it’s much better. My hair is smooth and polished but without weighing hair down.
When the pre-conditon is done I follow with the shampoo and wash my hair twice.
After washing my hair I jump out the shower, I take the leave-in-product, apply it on my hair and go with the fingers through it to get all the knots out.
Then I brush my hair to spread the the leave-in-mousse evenly through my hair.
When my hair it's semi dry (generally in 10 minutes) I take the salt spray and apply it on my hair. A few spritzes of salt spray plays up the texture and waviness in my hair.
After the salt spray I try to take my complete hair, tie it to a messy bun and I wait until my hair is dry. Meanwhile I put a little make up on and chose what to wear.
When the hair it's pretty dry I pull out the messy bun and go with the fingers sightly through my hair to detangle it a bit.
Finally I take again a little bit from the leave-in-mousse to scrunch it in, but only focusing on the ends.
That's seriously it! My super easy wash-and-wear hair routine with some tips for long and fine hair.
Hope you like it!
Leave a comment if you would like to share your wash-and-wear experience and in case if you like to try this out I’ve put the products I used down below.
By the way, bring on those early meetings. But, don’t forget, first coffee!!!! ;-)
PS: Big thanks to FRDK Hair Salon for the support and for the gorgouse products.
What I wore: House Robe
Photos and Styling by Look2ocean