Your 12 Biggest Beauty Disasters -- Solved!
Self-tanning trauma? Bad dye job? Zit flare up? Check out these beauty tips to turn your purse into your beauty crisis survival kit
The Disaster: A Crease in Your HairThe scenario: You hit the snooze button a few too many times this morning, so you opted for a ponytail rather than full-on styling. But you still want to look put-together for post-work cocktails with friends. You take out the hair elastic and well, you know what you're left with ...
The solution: This requires a little work, but is fixable. If you do have hot styling tools available to you (like a blow dryer or flat or curling iron) then you're set. You can use a flat iron on the creased part (for straight hair) or a curling iron (for wavy or curly hair). Or, you can wet the creased area while brushing through your hair until it disappears, then blow dry the wet section, says Cristiano.
Stuck without any styling tools? Wet your hair like Cristiano said, run your fingers through to lessen the crease, then use the hand dryer in the bathroom to dry your hair. It's not perfect, but it'll work.
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