As 2017 approaches, you may be thinking about your New Year's resolutions. But today, it’s all about the hair commitments. Let the new year be the year of better hair days and no fly aways! Take it easy with heat styling or go for that new haircut you’ve been dying to try. Whatever it is, we’re compiled a list of hair resolutions for you to consider.
Rock imperfect or undone hair.
Some of the sexist hair styles are the imperfect ones. Spend a little less time worrying about having every hair in place and embrace your natural bed head. Add a hold product for volume and texture.
Be Brave/try something new.
Go for that bold color or cut you’ve always been wanting. We’re talking a pastel ombre for spring or chopping those long locks to rock an edgy bob in the summer.
Always always always use heat protectant.
Even a little on the ends will go a long way.
Toss old products and invest in quality new ones.
While your current hair products may work for you, it is likely you’ve also been holding on to some you rarely use. Start the new year right and clean out your product closet. If you’ve yet to find quality products you like, head to Post Hair Company to get a product recommendation and read Why You Should Only Buy Your Hair Products From a Salon.
Wash your hair less.
Embrace dry shampoo in 2017. You won’t regret it.
Master ponytails and simple updos.
For those days where your hair won’t cooperate, be prepared.
Give your hair a break from heat styling at least once a week.
While using curlers and straighteners may be your thing, in 2017 we dare you to go without. Take a look here at some no heat hairstyles to try including the use of hair wraps and sea salt sprays.
Take care of hair while you sleep.
Wear a hair wrap or sleep on silk pillowcases.
Commit to deep conditioning once a month.
Lock in your hair’s moisture and keep it looking great all year long. Trust us, you’ll absolutely notice a change in your hair’s softness over time.
Blow dry on low to medium heat rather than high.
If you must blow dry, turn down the heat. High heat will cause your hair to rapidly dry out and even lead to split ends over time.