How to tell whether you will have a good hair day


Sometimes your mane looks absolutely amazing and sometimes it looks like a serious mess. Even if you have a tried and tested routine and use the same tools, products and techniques every day, the results are different. We turned to beauty and hair expert Janet Fernandez to tell us which of the factors decide a good or a bad hair day.

1. The weather: The weather is one of the most obvious things that affect your strands. The dry air in winter can make your hair more prone to frizz but the humidity in summer will encourage more bounce and curls. So you need to tailor your hair products accordingly. Use a rich moisturising conditioner in winter months to prevent the frizz and get more volume.

2. The hair parting: If you have been parting your hair the same way for a very long time, it can be a good idea to change it up. Parting your hair in the same way for a long time can cause your hair follicles to sit flat. So try changing the direction to give your hair some volume and some lift. Here are 13 hair care mistakes all people with curly hair make

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