Haircare Tips For Busy Mums

My hair is one of the hardest things for me to manage. I think if your hair looks good it really makes a difference to how you look. Sadly I have the type of hair that goes frizzy as soon as there is a bit of humidity in the air and with being in and out on the school run it’s a struggle to get it looking good, and staying good.

Because I think great hair is such an important part of looking and feeling good I’m going to share my top haircare tips for busy mums, so you can keep your hair nice when you are a busy mum.

Get a good haircut

It’s really important that you get the right haircut for you and your lifestyle. If you haven’t got the time for styling your hair then get a style that is easy to manage without too much effort. Make sure you get a style that suits your face too. I have a really large forehead so while I don’t like having to style a fringe, I know that I need one to balance out my face! Ask your friends and family what they think would suit you and don’t be afraid of asking your hairdresser for advice.

Get professional treatment

Never try to cut your hair yourself (yes, I have been guilty of that in the past!) and if you can afford it some professional treatments could really save you time and make your hair look lots better. If you have thinning hair you could consider an FUE hair transplant to make your hair thicker on top. If you have dry or damaged hair consider a deep conditioning treatment and if you have no time to style your hair you could opt for a keratin blow dry.

Wash your hair less.

The less you wash your hair the less time it will take you to style it each time. Try stretching your wash out by an extra day, use dry shampoo if you need to to mask any oiliness.

Learn some easy up-dos.

I think once you have a few easy to do hairstyles under your belt you can be ready to go in the morning really quickly. A good plait will mask a bad hair day! Have a look on YouTube for easy to follow tutorials and once you have learnt a couple of styles you will be able to be ready really quickly in the morning.

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  1. September 12, 2017 / 2:24 am

    I love the idea of learning a few easy updos. My hair is thin so it looks pretty sad in a braid like that beautiful photo. These are all great tips!

  2. September 12, 2017 / 3:01 pm

    These are some really great tips. I have used dry shampoo a time or two, but felt weird doing it. My hair always seems to end up in a pony tail.

    • September 13, 2017 / 12:14 pm

      I think the trick with dry shampoo is to use just a little bit, I think it helps me style my hair too.

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