How to Cope with a Bad Haircut
Poor Pink. A few weeks ago the singer got beauty mauled at the salon and took to Twitter about how much she hated her new 'do. "The woman that did my hair butchered it. I hate it. Thanks for pointing out how much you all hate it too," she said.
Getting a bad haircut is pretty awful, especially when there is no quick fix (i.e. your hair used to be at a Karadashian's length and is now a pixie cut. That's a problem.). Celebrity hairstylist Philip B. shares his tips to speed up the growing out process:
1. Experiment with styling products to enhance your hair's texture and movement. Pink's hair is so flat that it's making her face look heavier than it is. A short, Jean Seberg crop like this looks far more flattering when you muss it up and make it a little spiky and crazy. This automatically makes your face look a little more angular, and gives your style a waif-like, gamine feel. Try Philip B. Maui Wowie Beach Mist to give the hair lots of lift and some Philip B. Jet Set Precision Control Hair Spray to spike it up and lend some firmness.
2. Condition your hair constantly. If your hair looks super shiny and healthy, that's what people will notice, not the bad haircut.
3. Invest in some hair accessories like thin black headbands and some sparkly clips to give your style some direction and draw the eye away from the haircut beneath. I love the look of a smart short cut with the bangs swept to the side and held with a pretty little bobby pin.
Have you ever had a really bad cut? Tell us your story below!