All of us have been in a situation where we think that our world has come crashing down around us because our hair stylist gave us the worst haircut ever! This is one of the worst things that can happen to a girl and is it can totally ruin her confidence and self-esteem for at least a couple of weeks.
We know it feels absolutely shitty and like there is no way out of this, but trust us, wait and hear us out. There are a number of ways you can make your hair look decent while it is in that awkward, growing out phase.
We have compiled a list of some really handy tips and tricks on how you could survive a bad haircut. Read on to find out what they are...
Consult your stylist
If you do not like how your haircut has turned out, we urge you to tell your stylist that immediately. This will help both you and your stylist understand what exactly went wrong and find out a way to salvage the situation. In case you’re still dissatisfied, then continue reading.
Bobby pins to the rescue
Get yourself a pack of bobby pins as they are really useful in this awkward hair phase. Bobby can be used in a number of ways; from creating a chic and stylish updo, to add temporary hair extensions there are no dearth of ways in which you can use this humble piece of hair accessory.
Wear some headgear
If leaving your hair open seems too embarrassing post the new hair cut, resort to flaunting some sort of a headgear. You could wear floppy hats during the summers or cover your with a pretty scarf. This will very smartly conceal the haircut and yet keep things uber stylish.
This year statement headbands are all over the runway, and getting a bad haircut may be your cue to jump onto this bandwagon. This is a great to keep those awkward bangs from showing and give your hair more shape. Throw on a stylish headband to prevent people from noticing your haircut. Sneaky, isn’t it?
Master the top knot
Putting all your hair into a bun is perhaps the easiest way to mask everything that you don’t like about your new haircut. Just gather all your hair at the top of your head and knot it up to keep things chic and stylish.