Hair Products for the No-Fuss Gal
"It's that wonderful old-fashioned idea that others come first and you come second. This was the whole ethic by which I was brought up. Others matter more than you do, so 'don't fuss, dear; get on with it." - Audrey Heburn
I am certainly not one for much fuss when it comes to my own hair! I love transforming others' hair into intricate and polished creations, but my own is bothersome and mostly just time-consuming, so I typically just towel-dry, scrunch, and head out the door. But there are a few products that are fuss-free that I keep in my small arsenal to tame my wild locks!
These products range from $20-$24 for their full-size versions, but all of them offer sample sizes at Ulta if you just want to give them a little test.
AG Tousled Texture - A lightweight finishing spray for slightly damp to dry hair, this product adds shine, gentle hold, and frizz control to my hair. According to its description, it contains an "infusion of three naturally texturizing seaweed extracts plus anti-aging seaberry oil", making for a healthy concoction to apply to wavy hair for a quick style.
Redken No Blow Dry - Now this is about as simple as it gets! Designed specifically to be applied to damp hair and scrunched afterwards, this silky cream contains an "Air-Tex technology with quick dry polymers and flex polymers that allow for accelerated air dry time with amazing style, natural movement and weightless control". Since I never blow dry my hair, I love the simplistic aspect of the hydrating cream.
Sexy Hair Soy Renewal Beach Spray - A perfect summer-time spritzer to maintain beachy waves sans the actual beach! This past summer I was rarely without this simple spray which mimics the appearance of textured, salty hair which "provides body, fullness and light hold while helping to nourish, protect and heal hair damage with the power of Argan Oil." Several mists and a few scrunches later, you have effortlessly styled, moveable hair.
For those of you who resound with my dislike of styling my own hair, what products have you found that simplify your already minimal hair routine?