This is a Lunchbox sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
Now that my hair is finally growing out, I love doing new hairstyles with it. And some of my favorites are reminiscent of old times, like the Victorian period. That's my favorite time in all of history and I love the way women did their hair back then. But most of the styles need very long hair. And since mine is only to my shoulders right now, I've been trying to make new styles that I can do. And here is a new one that works for short hair and looks gorgeous!
Step 1. Wash hair with Suave Split End Rescue shampoo. Use Suave Split End Rescue conditioner afterwards for best results.
Step 2: Blow dry hair straight until dry.
Step 3: If you have bangs, then brush bangs up and pin in a puffed crown at the top of your head.
Step 4: If your hair is too short to all go back into a ponytail, then take the sides and pin near the back of your head.
Step 5: Gather the rest of your hair and using a small clear elastic, create a whimsical bun behind your head. Pin the flyaways down.
Step 6: Add a bow clip to the top of your bun and finish off with hairspray.
Step 7: Gently pull out the two front strand of your hair that frame your face and curl using a barrel curler. Spray with hairspray to hold.
This is one of the easiest ways I've found to put my hair up in a nice updo in a while. And if you have split ends like me, then you'll want to use the Suave Split End Rescue in the beginning like I suggested. It transforms split ends into healthy-looking, strong hair after just three uses. Best of all, you won't have to pay salon prices for this great hair fix. Walmart is currently featuring a Rollback in-store on Suave® Professionals Split End Rescue, now $2.50.
And this Sunday, 9/28, check your Sunday paper for a coupon to get $1.50 off any Suave® Professionals product at Walmart. Use this coupon in-store for continued beauty savings and get your bottles for $1.00 a bottle! That's an amazing value for Suave Split End Rescue so make sure to get your coupons this Sunday!