Too Busy To Do Your Hair? Here Are 4 Tips You Can Use To Help You Fit Hair Care Into A Busy Lifestyle

Capture122. Choose styles that works with your lifestyle

Find styles that are quick and easy for you to do. You can do buns, two strand twists, and other low manipulation styles. Try long term protective styles if you are just too busy on a daily basis. You can keep these styles from 8 to 10 weeks at a time. Just make sure to not forget about caring for your hair properly while in long term styles.

3. Tend to your hair in steps

You may just want that fab-glam perm rod set or get your hair flat ironed out. Don’t try to do the steps all in one day…lead up to that final look. Try pre-pooing the night before your wash day, which you can take the time to massage your scalp and give your hair the much needed TLC. The next day wash and deep condition your hair as needed. You can also air dry or blow dry your hair.

At night, twist your hair up for protections. Then the next day set your perm rod style or flat iron your hair out. Yes, it took three days to get to the final style, but it is better than be pressed for time or rushing to get the process done. Doing your hair in steps will not overwhelm you or tire you out like doing your hair all in one day.

4. Make deep conditioning easier

Who has time to sit under a hooded dryer for 30 minutes? Not me! Try a microwave cap for your deep conditioning treatment. You can put your treatment in your hair and put your cap on. The cap will do its thing just like the hooded dryer, but you can move around the house and get anything done. Once your treatment is up, wash your deep conditioning treatment out and style. You can also use the steam from the shower to open up your hair cuticles to allow the treatment to deep condition your hair.


For all the busy moms, hard-working employees, late night workers, and all around busy people, try these steps to continue with your healthy hair journey. You do not want your hair to suffer from you being busy all the time there is always a way to get something done so you don’t let your hair suffer because of your busy schedule. Comment below and let us know how you deal with your hair along with a busy schedule, I bet we can get some ideas from you all as well.

Originally posted 2014-10-25 15:00:32.

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About Christina J


Hey there! My name is Christina J. I am a healthy hair advocate and have been natural since October 2012. In June 2014, I decided to start my blog, Desire My Natural! to document my hair journey and other fun topics (family, health, inspiration, more). As I share, help, encourage, and support others in their healthy hair journey, I am continuing my own.

About Christina J


Hey there! My name is Christina J. I am a healthy hair advocate and have been natural since October 2012. In June 2014, I decided to start my blog, Desire My Natural! to document my hair journey and other fun topics (family, health, inspiration, more). As I share, help, encourage, and support others in their healthy hair journey, I am continuing my own.

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Comments

  1. Steen How

    I thought this article was helpful. I’m not a mom, but I am busy with so much in my life. I never thought about a microwave cap instead of my hooded dryer…makes perfect sense! I’ll try that. Thanks!

  2. Sharifa Lowe

    My hair must be redone at least once a week. No style except braids lasted longer than a week. Relaxed or natural. It never happens. Now the soon as I’m off work for a couple of days put the deep conditioning treatment in, will work. I have high maintenance hair but low maintenance time. Doing things in stages and crock pot cooking keeps me sane.

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