1. You should be putting bobby pins in your hair wavy-side down.
It will help them stay better — the ridges help grip your hair and lock everything in place. Still having trouble with slipping bobby pins? Coat them with a little bit of hairspray before using them. From here.
5. Dry shampoo can be a time saver, but only if you buy the right kind.
Most dry shampoos come in several shades (these are $8.99/bottle at Walgreens), so pick the one that matches your hair color. Nothing is worse than a white powder shampoo that turns dark brown hair grey.
If you’re still not happy with how your hair looks after some spritzes of dry shampoo, try putting it on before bed — giving it your full eight hours of sleep to fully absorb the excess oils in your hair could make your hair look even cleaner than it would have if you sprayed and sprinted off to the rest of your day.
Don’t want to drop the cash on a bottle of dry shampoo? You can also make your own.
13. Figure out exactly what is causing your split ends.
Some come from simple dryness and friction, some come from sun damage, some come from too-frequent ponytails, some come from too much heat — and some are because that’s just how your hair is. From here.
15. Make sure you’re using the right amount of all of your hair products.
Too much or too little and you may weigh down your hair or see no effect at all.
16. If you don’t know how to French braid your own hair (and you want to learn), buckle down and practice.
There’s no hack for this one, but these directions are pretty clear and easy to follow.
19. Know what those fancy terms on the bottles actually mean.
- President Trump laid out an ambitious agenda in his speech to Congress, but Republicans are still divided on how to pass that agenda.
- The FBI is investigating if bomb threats against Jewish centers came from an internet "troll" and are profiling a lone, young, tech-savvy person.
- Facebook is using artificial intelligence for suicide prevention, scanning feeds for signs of people at risk of self-harm, then offering resources for help.
- Uber's CEO said he's "seeking leadership help" after dash-cam footage was published of him aggressively arguing with a company driver 😳