I, with all honesty, am not a pro when it comes to hair styles. Even before I had a digiperm about a year ago, I would just brush my hair, occasionally blow dry, and leave it as it is. Every once in a while, I would curl my hair with a curling iron, but I found it rather time consuming. I am the sloth in the household; every time we would go somewhere I would often be the one who’s still figuring out what to wear or put on make up when everyone else is ready. I didn’t have time to fix my hair that much, and so I wouldn't bother with my hair at all.
Though it's not much of a problem, I resorted to watching quick hairstyle tutorials on Youtube. Those girls worked their hair like magic: they could make a messy bun look nearly perfect (sadly, mine were disastrous), do braids and a lot more with fingers working like wands of some sort (that must be a talent), and make their hair look flawless in all sorts of places within minutes (/cries). If that were a skill, I simply didn’t have it. I resorted to the usual headbands and a perm, so I’d have ready-to-go curly and fuss-free hair.
However, the curls are now gone, and I am back to my flat layers. Leaving my hair down all the time would surely be a lot easier now since its length is now shorter, but after a while, it became rather boring. So these lovely hair accessories from 1721 are my current favorites--they’re easy to use and completely hassle-free. They’re completely perfect for days when I want to keep my bangs out of my face or put my hair up because it’s messy and out of shape, or just bad-hair days, which I seem to have a lot. If you're the same and you need easy-to-do/ready-to-go hairstyles, these will also be perfect for you!
You can also use it to easily comb through your hair, without using a bobby pin or two.