Chelsea Crockett

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4 Tips for Masking Greasy Hair

Greasy hair is a struggle for us all.  They say you’re not supposed to wash your hair every day, but when you don’t, your hair becomes a greasy mess!  Especially…

Greasy hair is a struggle for us all.  They say you’re not supposed to wash your hair every day, but when you don’t, your hair becomes a greasy mess!  Especially if you have thick hair like me, you know the struggle.  If you have this problem too, here are 5 tips that will help you out!

  • Dry Shampoo. If you’ve never used dry shampoo, then get ready to be amazed! It does wonders for your hair.  Spray a little bit of this on your hair at any time of the day and it’ll give it the lift it needs.
  • Baby Powder. If you don’t have any dry shampoo lying around, baby powder almost works just as well!  I found this trick hard to believe, but it really does work!  Sprinkle a small amount of powder around your scalp to disappear any grease your hair has.  It’s a cheap and quick method to substitute for dry shampoo!
  • Hats and Headbands. As you can already guess, hats and headbands are the perfect cover-up for greasy hair.  They’re the key solution to any messy hair day, trust me!
  • Braid it. Braiding the top of your hair makes for a cute hairstyle while still doing a good job of covering up dirty hair!  You can still look good on your way to class without worrying about it!

Have any other tips you can give me?  Share your tricks with me in the comments below!

XO – Chelsea

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Hairstyles for Hiding Your Bangs

Sometimes you try something new with your hair and end up loving it.  Other times, taking a risk with your hair can be something you regret!  Depending on the person,…

Sometimes you try something new with your hair and end up loving it.  Other times, taking a risk with your hair can be something you regret!  Depending on the person, they can love or hate their bangs.  Or maybe they simply get tired of them!  I know they can take a while to grow out, so here are a few hairstyles for hiding your bangs!

When it comes to bangs, braids can be your best friend.  There are so many different styles of braids that will help hide your bangs and are also super stylish! Chelsea Crockett - Braid Top Knot If you want to keep it simple, French braiding your bangs and bobby pinning them on the side of your head is an easy solution.  One of my favorite looks is the braided topknot like the picture on the left.  As long as you can master the look, it turns out super cute!

If you haven’t invested in any accessories, then you should start!  Hats and headbands are perfect for hiding bangs (and for fixing a bad hair day!).  Purchase a few that you can switch up with different outfits and you’re good to go!

Another quick way to style your bangs is by drying your hair a certain way.  Training your part to go the opposite way can be hard, but by doing this you can master the flipped hairstyle.  This will allow your bangs to blend with your hair better along with using some product to seal the deal.

If you’re regretting getting bangs, then I hope this helps!

XOXO – Chels

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Change Up Your Headband Game!

Girls, we all know how important it is to accessorize ANY look. A more formal outfit requires a chunky necklace and a stylish pair of wedges. On the other hand,…

Girls, we all know how important it is to accessorize ANY look. A more formal outfit requires a chunky necklace and a stylish pair of wedges. On the other hand, a casual outfit may need a pair of fun sandals and a set of bracelets. Recently, I’ve seen a lot of girls wear colorful and printed headbands. Since I started noticing this, I’ve found out some perfect places to shop for and how to even make your own headband!

I know I always say this, but Forever 21 is a hotspot for cute accessories, including headbands! They have Aztec ones, floral ones, and even lace ones. You can dress them up or dress them down.  You can purchase some here!  Another type you can get are twist headbands. They’re almost the same as regular ones, except they have a little twist in the middle. So cute!Chelsea Crockett - Headbands

Instead of spending the time and money to go buy some, you can spend a summer day making them yourself! All you need is a plain colored, preferably white, headband and some fabric markers. Try to find a Boho styled band like the one above.   Then, color away! You can look up different prints to try out. When’s a better time to get crafty then summer?

Tweet me your headband creations! Good luck!

-Chels

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