Now, let’s talk about the ponytail you have been sporting every day since giving birth. You shouldn't overdo this style because it may initiate breakage and hair loss. You will find in these pictures some easy styling options for all of you crazed moms. You are welcome, ladies![caption id="attachment_338" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Braid the front sections of your hair and pin them back to keep your hair out of your face.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_340" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Twist the pieces, for an even easier style[/caption] [caption id="attachment_339" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Loosely pull back your hair and twist into a bun. Secure with a few bobby pins for a snag-free, simple style.[/caption]
So, for at least 2 trimesters, you were glowing. Pregnancy hormones gave you beautiful skin and growing, healthy, shiny hair. The ugly truth is that it doesn't last. It's not enough that you now barely have time to squeeze in a shower every day, or that your beauty regimen is down to practically nothing. Now you have to deal with your hair falling faster than it grew while you were expecting! Less time to fuss over yourself doesn't have to mean that you stop caring about your hair. Julien Farel Restore is the answer to your problem. This hero product cleans, conditions, and treats your damaged, aging hair all at once in lieu of your shampoo once or twice a week. I personally use Hydrate Restore for my fine hair texture, and it makes my hair light, silky, and voluminous!