5 Signs Your Hair Needs A Makeover
Celeb stylist Mark Garrison has simple fixes for good hair gone bad.
We’ve all been there. Bad cut, bad color—one or both of these seemingly traumatic situations can make you feel like hiding from the world. Look how wonky Jennifer Aniston’s hair looks in the photo, it seems like it’s trying to run away.
Think your hair needs help? Here are the five signs that something is wrong with your ’do. Don’t freak, Mark Garrison, a world-renowned celebrity stylist and the owner of the Mark Garrison salon in New York City, says there’s nothing that can’t be fixed. “A lot of times it just takes a little bit,” says Garrison, who has styled Sandra Bullock’s locks. “Maybe (it’s) a different approach to styling. Even in color, a little shade change or color level makes a huge difference.” Read on for Garrison’s quick at-home solutions for hair dilemmas that’ll keep you looking good until you can visit a salon for a professional fix.
1. No one compliments your hair—ever.
Your hair needs a new shape or new cut. “It’s either grown out or you need a total update,” says Garrison. To give your hair a new look, use a curling iron or rollers. “Just curl those bad ends to give the hair some shape,” Garrison says. “You can hide a lot with a curling iron. Rollers are also good.”
Conair Brush Magnetic Roller Pack ($11.99, drugstore.com)
Conair Instant Heat Curling Iron ($12.50, drugstore.com)