Look Great With Wash-and-Go Hair
Does the thought of washing your hair and being able to head out the door promptly after sound good to you? Us too, us too. If we’re really honest, most of us spend a lot more time than we’d like to admit styling our hair after washing it. Between drying it, adding any texture (straightening, curling, etc.), and creating a hair style we’re happy with it’s quite the process. But what if we told you that you could look great with wash-and-go hair? Lucky for you, it’s 100% possible and we’re sharing some of our favorite wash-and-go hair styles to prove it to you!
While wash-and-go hair styles may have you thinking you’re only choice is chopping your hair to a short length, think again! The truth is that long hair with long layers is much more wash and go friendly than we really realize. Adding long layers to long length is an easy way to add depth, style and help bring out the natural texture of your hair. When the layers are added to a length that flatters your hair’s natural texture it’s easy to wash your hair, use a towel or t-shirt to take any excess water out of your hair and be on the go. The layers will take a lot of the bulk out of your hair and give you a nice, natural look.
This one may seem like a surprise, but if you have fine hair bob length hair styles are the perfect wash and go option for you. When you have fine hair, the bob cut allows you to literally wash your hair and head out of the door. Bob styles are all one length, and with fine hair your hair is easily suited to this type of cut without requiring any additional styling (unless you have days where you want to style a little more). Plus, the less length you have the less drying time required so it’s perfect to wake up and head to work without a lot of styling time.
If you’re up for it, the pixie cut is another great wash and go hair style. Needless to say, there’s very minimal hair to deal with when your hair is cut in a pixie length. Similar to the bob cut, the less hair you have to deal with the less styling required. The key is to ensure that your pixie cut has been styled in a way that works with your hair type and texture to really make the most of the wash and go capabilities with this cut.
If we’ve perked your interested in adapting a wash and go hair style, we suggest heading in to see your hair stylist. Working with a properly trained hair stylist, they’ll be able to help you decide upon a hair style that’s going to flatter your facial features as well as meet your styling preferences to help determine the best wash and go cut for you.