Who has time to blow dry in the morning? Not us! But with a few basic tips, you can end up with a great hair day even without heat styling.

Get a good haircut.

The basic foundation of having great hair days is a fantastic cut. Make sure your stylist snips a low-maintenance style with face-framing short layers.

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Hydrate your locks both inside and outside the shower. 

Massage the tips with conditioner after shampooing. Then, gently rub hair serum on towel-dried hair.


TRY: Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Hair Fall Control, P259, Watsons

Rinse it well.

If you don't wash your hair well, you may end up with lifeless locks or worse, dandruff. Remove leftover shampoo or conditioner from your scalp and tresses with a rinsing vinegar that can boost shine and restore bouncy hair.

TRY: Yves Rocher Rinsing Vinegar, P495, SM Southmall

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Don’t use a towel.

No, we don’t mean that you let your wet locks drip all over. We want you to skip your usual terry cloth bath towels because these cause frizz and can pull and break your tresses. Try one with a microfiber material or use an old t-shirt to prevent hair static.


TRY: Aquazorb Duo-Pack Sports Towel, P550, Zalora.com

Twist it.

Prevent flyaways by twisting the ends towards your neck to allow the tips to have a natural curve. Secure with metal-free hair ties that won’t create unwanted bends.

TRY: Goody Ouchless Ribbon Elastics, P449.75/5 pieces, Robinsons Department Store

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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