love and care for hair
Just visited the hairdresser which made me think of the most obvious considering the surrounding- hair. I recently took part in a short interview about my hair philosophy where I shared my tips as well as my everyday hair sins.
I love hair and find good looking hair to be hard work and extremely unpredictable. You never know what you have to work with in the morning. I like my hair long and “airy”. It has to be wild and carefree. Just a parting too perfect makes me uncomfortable. I wish my face would look cute in a short bob. It doesn’t. I’m a bit obsessed with short hair because It’s like wearing a great outfit day after day, as it is a cool statement factor by its own.
My own hair philosophy is that hair should get lots of love and attention. Spoil yourself with hair masks, beautiful hairdos on a regular day or a fabulous blowout before that special event. I love natural shades that look fresh, therefore I try to visit the hairdresser a couple times per year. The difference is almost not visible, but it makes my skin tone look better as well as everything I wear. I’m already doing an ok job, but as always, I’m far from perfect and have a few lessons to learn.
Some random good and bad facts about my haircare routine:
I ran out of heat protection about two years ago and haven’t used any since.
I always use my straightening irons at full heat.
I sometimes skip the conditioner when I’m in a hurry.
I should really be more innovative with my hair. I always style it the exact same way.
I try to wash my hair no more than twice a week.
I use great products of high quality.
I have found a hairdresser that is irreplaceable and whom I trust.
Pictures by Juuli Rönkä// dress by Philosophy Blues Original