There’s nothing better than packing your bags and jet-setting off to some amazing places around the world. Travel opens up so many incredible opportunities and lends you to some really special experiences along the way.
While you’re on the go, the last thing you want to be thinking about is: ‘How does my hair look?”
Travel can be hard on your hair, and when you have fine locks that are prone to greasiness and bedhead, it’s a never-ending struggle during your travels.
Here are some tips to make traveling with fine hair easy so you won’t have to worry, enjoying fabulous hair, day after day.
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1. Stock Up On The Dry Shampoo
If you haven’t yet experienced the miracles of dry shampoo, then you’re in for a treat!
This stuff is a holy grail product and we can’t get enough of it. One of the big problems that come with fine hair is that it can get greasy really quickly.
Dry shampoo can help to slow that process for you. You just need to make sure you’re using it correctly.
Pop it in each night after a big day of sightseeing or lazing on the beach. This will give it time to work its magic and absorb into your hair overnight. Wake up the next day without the grease, ready to tackle a full day of adventure and fun.
My favorite dry shampoo is the Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk. This dry shampoo is unscented and does a great job at soaking up the oils from your hair, but it does leave a white residue for really black Asian hair. You want to thoroughly brush & shake it out afterward.
2. Pack Your Hair Extensions
If there’s one way to ensure your hair looks fresh and fab every day on holidays, it’s with your ZALA halo extensions. They are so easy to put in each day, so you don’t have to stress about fumbling about in the bathroom each morning, wasting precious sightseeing time on your hair.
The halo hair extensions sit on your head like a headband – and they’re that easy to put on! You have instant volume and length, leaving your hair looking amazing every morning.
The best halo hair extensions are made from 100% Remy human hair, meaning they blend in seamlessly with your natural locks to create a look you love.
3. Master The Top Knot
While it might be nice to have your hair down while on holiday, it’s not always possible. Instead, master the top knot look, so you can chuck your hair in a bun and head out the hotel door in the morning. It’s a lifesaver!
With your hair pulled up into a bun on the top of your head, no one can tell whether it’s greasy or not, or how long it’s been since it was last washed.
You can perfect that simple, stylish look and give yourself another day between washes — a complete lifesaver when traveling.
4. Pack That Silk Pillowcase
When traveling, you don’t always have the suitcase space for all those essentials of yours.
Thankfully, a silk pillowcase can fold up into almost nothing and squeeze in between those layers of clothes without a problem. And you will get so much use out of it on the trip.
A silk pillowcase is a dream for fine hair. With no friction, it stops unnecessary breakage, keeps your skin hydrated, and helps to reduce bedhead.
There are so many benefits from one single object! Never travel without it again. Plus, silk pillowcases are hypoallergenic, which means you can also avoid dust mites and other allergens that can be found in hotels.
The simple truth is, we can’t be blessed with perfect hair each and every day. Instead of stressing about it while you’re on holiday, it helps to just be prepared.
If you’re having a bad hair day and don’t have time for a wash, pull out an accessory that matches your outfit.
Opt for a cute headscarf or a hat, and hide those uncooperative locks underneath them while still pulling off the perfect vacation look.
These accessories will look super cute in all your travel pictures. In fact, people will just assume you planned it that way! No one needs to know the truth about your greasy locks hiding underneath.
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Enjoy your travels!
Travelling is all about having fun and experiencing the world, so don’t let your hair hold you back. Prepare yourself with these great tips and get out there and enjoy yourself. Bon, voyage!