Easy Ways to Beat Common Hair Struggles

Consider this your hair cheat sheet.

Image c/o Topshop

The ugly truth: bad hair days are just a part of life.  We can't always fix them (although God knows we try to) but we can get the bottom of why they even happen to us in the first place.  Some of the most effective bad-hair-day-fixes come from combating common problems, such as damaged, oily, or unkept tresses. In short: keep your hair in check by treating it right, and it will return the favor.  

Here are the solutions that Couturesque's Beauty Team swears on for each of the most common hair problems that we face #ontheregular.  What is your go-to product when your hair isn't 'feeling it'?  Leave a comment and let us know.


WHO: Christine, Beauty Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
OBSESSED WITH: Skater style
LISTENING TO: Wanna Be Cool- Chance the Rapper
CAN BE FOUND AT: @christinebradshaw_

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