Time for your morning routine is cut from 50 minutes to 10 minutes at the most while your newborn takes up most of your morning time. You are realizing that your hair has been neglected. Not to worry, The Stork Magazine has some hairstyling tips to keep you looking and feeling fresh.
1) Clean your baby’s bottom and your roots, simultaneously! Your baby powder will not only work on your baby’s bottom but also on the roots of your hair. Apply a sprinkle of powder on your roots and turn your head upside down and brush out the excess.
2) Braids for days. Twisting a quick braid or two in the morning will hide your messes and will leave you with crimped hair the next day.
3) Braided bangs. If you want to leave your hair down but still keep it fashionable, create a small braid where your bangs would be. This will also keep some hair out of your face.
4) Keep your old socks around for a sock bun. Roll up an old sock and put your hair in a ponytail. Put the ends of your hair in the center of the sock, fan out your hair and roll your hair as your roll your sock closer to your head. This technique is chic and very quick.
5) Rollers and curlers will save time. Put in your curlers first and let them do the work for you. The dirtier you hair is, the better they will work. Once you finish your makeup, your curls will be set.
6) Apply your accessories. Since classic bows and clips are always in style, adding a hair accessory will keep your head fashionable.
7) The classic pony. Whether its high up, down low, on the side, or on-the-go, any ponytail will keep your hair out of the way for your busy schedule.
These quick hairstyles will help any new mom stay in style. As you keep up your up-dos, before you know it, you will be styling your little one’s locks.