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3 Quick & Easy Hair Styling Tips For The Busy Career Woman

3 Quick & Easy Hair Styling Tips For The Busy Career Woman

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Climbing the career ladder can get you occupied for almost every hour of the day. Hence, leaving you very little time to groom and look great. The clock is ticking and here are three time-tested (no puns intended!) quick ways to deal with your hair if you’ve stepped out of the shower and have less than 10 minutes to make your hair look great :


If You Have 10 Minutes


You still have some time to blow dry but before you do so, dry your hair with a damp towel and the proceed to use a hair dryer. Blow drying drenched wet hair will take a very long time. So, speed up the process by simply using your towel to dry it first. After drying your hair, you can style your hair according to your liking.


If You Have 5 Minutes


You may not have time to blow dry your hair. So instead of washing your hair, apply dry shampoo to give it a fresh look, before styling your hair. However, do take note that dry shampoo should only be applied if your hair is dry and not sweaty or excessively oily. Alternatively, unscented baby powder might do the trick too.


If You Have Only 2 Minutes


If you only have this much of time in your hands, grab a brush and some hair-ties. Best way is to style your hair into a bun or a ponytail. This hassle-free method always works for any busy woman.

Naomi Truong

Naomi Troung is a YesMyWellness.com author covering topics such as fitness, relationship, beauty and general wellness and wellbeing issues. She is a certified Yoga teacher from the Yoga Institute in Mumbai India and yes, she is also Muay Thai enthusiast and can been working out her moves at her regular gym.

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  1. Malia September 14, 2021

    Most people in my area don’t know that fast hair growth shampoos (obviously with no sulfates, no parabens, no DEA) exist. We all can now achieve longer hair and attain more options. For sure worth looking into it.

    If you’re considering hair loss, hair damage, avoiding hair disorders, hair growth, hair health in general, very similar principles come to mind.

    As a rule of thumb, you should try to stay away from hair products and treatments that include chemicals such as parabens, DEA and sulfates.

    What’s beneficial for your hair is good for your skin also.

    For obvious reasons the content on this page is spot on for many reasons. It avoids the accustomed errors and pitfalls so many fall into: utilizing ineffective alternatives. Thank you!


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