Chelsea Crockett

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4 Lazy Girl Back-To-School Hairstyles

On school days, the last thing I want to do is get up earlier than I have to in order to do my hair. I definitely lean on the lazy…

On school days, the last thing I want to do is get up earlier than I have to in order to do my hair. I definitely lean on the lazy side when it comes to styling my hair on school mornings. But, if you are like me, you want to be able to sleep in AND have cute hair. Here are some easy options for us lazy gals!

  1. Half-up braid: Take the hair from both of your temples and pull it back. Secure the top half of your hair into a clear elastic band, then braid it. Secure the braid with another clear band, then loosen the strands a bit to give it a slightly messy look. Twist the braid around itself into a bun, then secure with bobby pins. Easy and so cute!11-flower-braid-half-up-half-down-hairstyle
  2. Easy curls: Pull your hair into a high ponytail. Split the hair into two or three sections, depending on how thick your hair is. Take one section, wrap the whole thing around the barrel of a curling wand, and let it curl. Do this to all your sections, take the ponytail down, and voila! Easy, fast curls.
  3. No heat curls: Take an elastic headband and place it on your head like a halo. Then, twist sections of your hair and wrap them around the band. Do this with all of your hair so it is all wrapped around the headband, then head to bed. Wake up, take the headband out, and you will have curls for days!
  4. Blow dry waves: If you are a gal who likes to shower in the morning, while you are blow drying your hair, twist large sections and blow dry them. This will give you easy waves and saves you time by ditching your curling iron!

Have more time for sleep AND have great hair? Sign me up!

XOXO, Chels

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3 Different Ways to Air Dry your Hair

Air drying your hair is one way to keep it healthy. Blow drying it constantly dries it out and makes it brittle, plus the heat damages it! Air drying my…

Air drying your hair is one way to keep it healthy. Blow drying it constantly dries it out and makes it brittle, plus the heat damages it! Air drying my hair can sometimes be a hassle, though, because it dries funny. Here are a few ways to air dry your and style it at the same time.

  1. No-frizz waves: Work some mousse into your damp hair, and then pull your hair into a big loose braid. Twist and clip the no heat wavesbraid a few inches above the crown to give your hair some lift. Take the braid out once your hair is dry. This will keep your hair from frizzing up, and it will give you even waves!
  2. Gentle waves: If you want waves framing your face, tuck your hair behind your ears as it dries and clip a metal hair pin above each ear. This will exaggerate the bend and create a face-framing wave!
  3. Textured wave: Mist damp hair with sea salt spray, then pull your hair loosely into 4 braids while it is still damp! Take the braids out when your hair is dry.
  4. Polished waves: Braid your hair into 2 loose braids before bed, clip them into twists, and then take them out when you wake up! You will have gorgeous, smooth waves.

I love that I have found ways to style my hair as it dries, it saves me so much time drying it and then styling it afterwards! I can do other things while my hair dries, and when it dries it will be wavy and styled, plus I am not damaging it with a curling iron or blow dryer!

XOXO, Chels

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Twisted Top-Knot

Everyone loves a good top-knot bun hair-do, am I right? This style is safe for just about any occasion! I found a way to spruce up your basic every day…

Everyone loves a good top-knot bun hair-do, am I right? This style is safe for just about any occasion! I found a way to spruce up your basic every day top-knot. Introducing: The twisted top-knot! Here is how to achieve this unique look.

First, pull half of your hair up into a high pony, and then do the same with the other half, so you have two high-ponies. Take one of your pony tails and divide it into two sections. Twist each section, and then twist the two topknot6sections around each other. Secure the twist on the end with an elastic. Clip the twist off to the side so that it doesn’t come un-twisted, and then repeat the above steps to the other ponytail. Once you have the end of both twisted ponies, one in each hand, then twist them around each other until you have formed your top-knot! Once they are fully twisted, pin the twists to your head with bobby pins! This hair style can be achieved super quick, so it is perfect for mornings that you are running a bit behind, or those mornings you just don’t feel like working too hard on your tresses.

Add spunk to your ensemble with this cute ‘do!

XOXO, Chels

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