Hairstyle ideas for oily/dirty hair

Ok girls, admit it we’ve all had those day that your hair most definitely needs a wash but you are not mentally prepared to dry it. Then there are those days that you anticipated much more time and before you know it, it’s 5pm and realise there is absolutely no way you will have time to wash AND tame the mane. Don’t worry guys, I got you!

I’ve created a really casual tutorial on these four simple hairstyles that not only look stylish but also conceal the fact that you were having a lazy or bad hair day 🙂 When your hair is feeling a bit greasy, it’s best to stick to sleek looks and work with the oil at the roots. I know it sounds a bit gross but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do! haha..

Thanks for stoping by! Happy hair styling and now go watch me be a weirdo and enjoy my usual ‘Jen-ism’ bloopers 🙂  tsj xx

 

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Yasemin says

    Love this and all your other videos Jen. It’s very refreshing to watch someone keeping it real! Here is my dilemma though. You have a gorgeous mane of hair whereas my hair is thin and not very full. Apart from straightening it and leaving it out or putting it in a ponytail there’s not much else l can do. In humid weather it curls with the help of some product but otherwise it’s just a bunch of frizz. Do you have any style tips for people in my situation? Anything would be greatly appreceiated!

    • jenni says

      Hi Yasemin! Glad you enjoyed the video and thanks for the comment 🙂
      You could definitely still do these styles with fine hair. For example, if you wanted to do a messy bun, you could get a hair donut to give it some extra volume. They are quite easy to use and make finer hair look so much fuller.
      The main thing with finer hair is to get it smooth first by using some good frizz taming products. I often then curl a lot of my clients with fine hair to give it that extra volume. I have a curl tutorial that might help as well 🙂
      Good luck! xx

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