Monsoons are that time of the year when your hair might just not want to cooperate with you. You’re in a hurry – as usual – to get to work, and lo and behold, your hair looks like a mess. What can you do in such a case? Don’t worry, we have got your back. Firstly, know how to manage your hair in the best way possible, and secondly, keep some easy hairstyle ideas in your mind, so that you manage to look on point every day.
Monsoons and humidity in the air make your hair frizzy. It also creates an electrostatic charge that makes hair strands repel one another producing fly-aways. This makes your hair unruly and unmanageable. Livon serum helps create a protective layer on the hair, realigning the hair cuticles to make them smoother so you can twist and turn your hair any way you want!
After you wash your hair with an appropriate shampoo, towel dry your hair and apply the serum on damp hair. All you need is a medium dollop of Livon Serum for gorgeous tresses. Apply the serum on to your hair from roots to the tips on damp hair and ensure it reaches the roots so that the rough ends of your hair get nourished. It also provides a layer of protection to your hair from the hot dryer. On days you have not washed your hair, you can use the serum as a styling aid. Apply very little of it on your hair – away from the roots – before using any hot hair styling tools. Then take some of the serum and apply it to your comb and run it through your hair, especially after straightening or blow-drying so that your hair looks set and glossy. Often, heat from the straighteners or blow-dryers strip your hair of moisture and makes it look dry and lifeless, and that’s where the serum comes in handy!
Here are some easy hairstyles that you can do in a jiffy and still look composed and ready for the day. Make your hairstyles last longer with the help of Livon serum. Apply a little bit of serum to your hair before styling it. Just take 2-3 drops on your palms and run your fingers through your hair to evenly spread the serum.
Comb out your hair and brush out any tangles. Comb all your hair back. Take a thick strand of hair from just above the hair, and tie a regular knot with each other behind the head. Add in more hair from each side before tying another knot, go down one knot at a time and once you reach the nape, secure this with a hair tie. You can leave this as is – giving a braid vibe or tuck in the remaining hair with the help of U-pins and bobby pins inside, giving the hair a bun-like look.
Twist in style
Comb your hair and detangle it. Make a centre parting. Take two sections of hair from one side of your head and gently twist them moving to the back of the head. Add in small sections of your hair from underneath the twist. Do the same on the other side. At the point that the two twists will meet, secure them together with a hair tie and bobby pins. You can add an embellished clip or a bow on top.
Bun in a twist
Comb out your hair and untangle it. Tie it up in a high ponytail at the crown of your head. Divide it into two equal parts. Keep one aside and use the other to twist it into a bun. Secure the bun with the help of bobby pins. Taking the section kept aside, make a braid from it. Turn the braid around the bun till the length runs out, and hide the end strand inside. Secure this down with the help of bobby pins.