June 9, 2014
Preparing your hair in the morning can be a hassle, especially if you're plagued by long or thick tresses. Fortunately, there are several options for people to sleep in, allowing you to style your hair at night, then sleep on it to prepare it for the morning.
To ensure these styles are as effective as possible, it's best to shower, allow your locks to dry for about 10 to 15 minutes, then tie them up for the evening. By the time you wake up, all you'll need is a little bit of help from your trusted hair products, and you'll be ready to go.
Twisting your way to beach-ready curls
When your hair is mostly dry, pull it up in a traditional pony, then twist and arrange it around the top of your head, crafting a tight bun. From there, sleep on your style, and when you wake up, top it off with a spritz of the Steiner Gloss Mist Shine Spray 100ml, which will add a bit of sparkle to your strands.
Back to basics with the braid
Remember when you were young and used a couple of braids to curl your hair? The same strategy is equally effective now that you're older. If you're looking for big waves, collect your hair in one braid, but shy away from several smaller locks unless you're trying to create a more crimped style.