For the longest time, I was anti second-day hair; however, if you were to ask me now, I’d be singing its praises! Over time, I’ve learned the disadvantages of washing your hair every day, such as your hair becoming more brittle and losing its natural oils, whereas second-day hair can maintain a hairstyle and volume oh-so beautifully (which I’m an absolute sucker for). It also makes styling more intricate and complex hairstyles easier to attain. Though I’ll be honest, I wouldn’t be so fond of my second-day hair if it weren’t for dry shampoo; it’s been a lifesaver and Holy Grail of mine for quite some time. If you’re wondering about suggestions, we have one for you: TONI&GUY. They’ll be sure to show you how “second-day hair can be just as stunning as a freshly washed mane!” Here, TONI&GUY US Celebrity Stylist Christian Wood will be showing you tips for sporting second-day hair.
Refresh with Dry Shampoo
Dry shampoo is perfect for reviving hair until the next wash! “One of the biggest hair mistakes people make is incorrectly applying dry shampoo,” Christian says. The right way? Dry shampoo should be applied section by section for even distribution and left on the hair for a few minutes to absorb oils before blasting it out with a dryer. Massage the product into the scalp with your fingertips to help remove any white residue.
Pump Up The Volume
A common problem with second-day hair is that it can easily fall flat. Christian recommends adding product at the roots and letting it dry in to restore its bounce. This will give the hair an extra oomph of volume.
One of the advantages of second-day hair is its natural, bedhead texture. Spray salt spray evenly from root to tip and work through the hair to create movement.
If you’re wondering where you can find TONI&GUY products, they’re available at Target and Target.com for $14.99 and $10.59.
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TONI&GUY Tips for Sporting Second Day Hair: Courtesy of Christian Wood, Photos Courtesy of Target