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Easy Hair Styles For Hard To Manage Hair

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Easy Hair Styles For Hard To Manage Hair. Simple hair styles for hair that's hard to manage. There's a hair style for everyone and for every occasion.
I was born with semi-curly hair, I call it confused. It doesn’t curl unless I do something to it or add hair product. My daughter on the other hand has thick curly hair. It’s gorgeous, but also hard to manage. She typically likes to keep it curly, but for special occasions she likes to change it up a bit and try different hair styles. That means a lot of muscle to get her hair straight or styled in a way that can be manageable.

Last week we purchased two amazing hair styling tools that have been life changing. I’m not kidding, the time we are now saving is ridiculous and I wish I had found these a lot sooner. One of them is the Infiniti Pro by Conair® 3Q™ Brushless Motor Dryer. This is not your ordinary hair dryer. I repeat, this is NOT your average hair dryer. My daughter and I were able to cut our hair drying time in half! The best part is that it uses faster airflow and less temperature.

This is my daughter’s hair after blow drying her hair straight. Again, she has thick curly hair and her hair was still straight a couple of days later. She simply uses a big round brush and works on a 1-2 inch section at a time. At the end she’ll go over her hair with a flat-iron to smooth out the hair that didn’t cooperate and adds a little serum for shine.

Now on to the Infiniti Pro by Conair® Curl Secret®. The best invention since sliced bread.
Here’s a short video to show you why:

I was able to curl my daughter’s hair pretty quickly. She absolutely loved it and asked me to do her hair for an upcoming field hockey banquet she’s attending.

We also used bobby pins to change things up a bit.

I grabbed some hair from the sides and pinned it back.

A different look that only took a couple of minutes to achieve.

For a different hair style, my daughter decided to pull her hair into a ponytail and wrap the hair around it. I love this look and it almost (big almost) made me wish my hair was long again.

My daughter is an athlete and needs to keep her hair off her face. These non-slip headbands are perfect.

Slide it on and that’s it. They truly stay in place.

I also got in on the curling action and gave my short hair some curl and volume. I simply curled it with the Conair Curl Secret styling tool and combed through my hair with my fingers.

Merry Christmas to me! 🙂

You can find both hair styling tools at your local Walmart in the hair appliances section.

Do you have hard to manage hair? What are some of your best hair styling secrets? Comment and share below!

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Monday 1st of December 2014

You both look super cute! #client

Jessi Fearon (@TheBudgetMama)

Monday 1st of December 2014

Oh I want curly hair! I need one of those curlers like ASAP! :)


Monday 1st of December 2014

It looks so easy! I've heard of the mystical powers of being able to blow dry hair to straight, but have never actually seen it happen before, ha! And I saw that video on Instagram with the curling and it looks amazing as well! I, too, have hard to manage hair, but more so in the fact that it won't do anything, no matter how much I poke or prod or heat or comb or whatever, ha, so I don't see myself being able to use these products, but goodness have they worked out fabulously for you guys!!


Monday 1st of December 2014

She has gorgeous hair! I'm Portuguese - so I'm a member of the crazy hair club too. I'll definitely be checking out that curler - beautiful!

Warm Regards, Alexandra