How to Achieve Good Hair Day Everyday

I asked people what they do when they have a bad hair day. I gave them three choices and the winning solution is tying their hair up in a ponytail.

While keeping your hair in a ponytail prevents it from being all-over the place, having your hair in a ponytail causes more bad hair days. You get more “tutchang” (waves and curves) more fly-aways and makes your hair more limp.

I currently have short hair, which is now in an awkward growth stage with unequal length. So bad hair days seems to happen very often.

My beauty resolution for 2015 is to never have a bad hair day and to achieve this I will be using hair serums more often than I usually do because shampoos and conditioners are not enough to have beautiful hair all day especially when events are lined up one after another!

Check this before and after photo to show you how my hair texture improved with just using Vitress ! 

Vitress Hair Serum review

Hair serums like Vitress make the hair look sleek and healthy-looking, plus it’s also a great and easy way to protect their hair from environmental aggressors, UV rays, and heat damage.

While most don’t feel the need to use hair serums daily, hair serums is an important must-have!

What I love about Vitress Hair Cuticle Coat is that it is a special serum that uses a blend of silicones. It wraps and seals each strand to protect it from damage and breaking. It gives hair instant and intense shine, smoothness, softness, protection and manageability. It’s a frizz-tamer! You can reapply it throughout the day if you want to give your hair more shine and flair. It’s super affordable at only P38 for 15ml, P60 for 30ml, 87 for 50ml (for classic variants), P49 for 20ml and P75 for 30ml (for specialized variants) and Php80 for 30ml (for special edition by Solenn Heusaff).

Vitress Hair Serum

There are 4 variants, so you can choose what’s best for your specific hair type:

For Stubborn Curls and Waves: Vitress Instant Relax Cuticle Coat
· It uses vita-relax technology
· It helps flatten unruly, wavy hair
· You score a naturally straighter look

For Dry, Damaged Hair: Vitress Hair Repair Cuticle Coat
· It uses a hydro-restore system
· Resists the ill-effects of chemicals used in perming, coloring, and other damage-inducing hair treatments
· You score healthy, satin-smooth hair

For Those Who Use Hot Styling Tools: Vitress Heat Protect Cuticle Coat
· It uses Thermo-Shield Complex
· Protects hair from the harmful effects of curling, straightening, or blowdrying
· You can style your hair any way you want without the guilt!

For Those Who Want To Feel Like An It Girl: Vitress Special Edition Hair Cuticle Coat
· Designed and co-created by Solenn Heusaff
· Tames curls and waves, so you can rock smooth, silky and shiny hair
· Has a powdery scent, which Solenn also selected herself

Tips On How To Use Hair Serums:

Can be used on dry or damp hair. Place a pea-sized amount of product only on your palm and rub together palms together. (Amount relative to length and thickness of hair). Fingercomb through strands. Reapply as needed to continuously address the different conditions your hair will encounter—from the cold blast of your aircon to the crazy humid weather.

Another reason why women are afraid to use hair serum is because they think it will make their hair look greasy and that it’s too heavy on the hair strands. The solution there is not to use too much hair serum on your hair. You only need to apply one to two drops, massage it in between your palms, and spread it evenly over the hair, concentrating on the ends and avoiding the scalp. Hope these tips help you have a great hair day, everyday!

Stay gorgeous everyone!

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I am a storyteller. Enabler. Fashion, Beauty, Travel and Lifestyle Blogger. An advocate of autism awareness, women's and children's rights and the environment. A single parent of a person with autism. A former Journalist. I am not an expert I am experienced. I do what I love no regrets.If you need anything email me at : earthlingorgeous (@)

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