How to style unwashed hair in seconds

hellomagazine.com Whether you've slept through your alarm clock or just decided to forfeit shower time for extra precious minutes in bed, unwashed hair can leave you feeling self conscious.

However, Ogario London's Creative Director, Norris Ogario revealed to HELLO! Fashion how to quickly fix your unwashed locks for a chic style in seconds…

Scroll below for top tips on styling unwashed hair



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Accessorise

A head scarf or wide head band will pull your hair off your face, help hide any greasiness and instantly make your hair look chicer. Plus, this works on all lengths of hair and is a great way of distracting attention from less-than-perfect tresses.

Slick it back


Hide any hair woes by slicking your hair back into a high ponytail using a wax, gel or serum to keep the look super-smooth and sleek, so that any greasiness becomes part of the look.

Tie your hair into a messy bun


Nothing rocks the bed head look like a messy bun. Pull your hair into a ponytail on the top of your head and twist loosely into a bun, securing in place with a hairband. The more tousled the better so don’t overthink it – you can even tease some extra tendrils of hair loose if desired.

Tie your hair into a half-pony

The roots of hair are a guaranteed grease give-away, so hide them with a half-ponytail. Pull the entire top panel of your hair into a ponytail at the back of the head – opt for a sleek finish by brushing it all back in place, or add volume by pushing the ponytail forward slightly to create a slight quiff, then twist the half-pony into place at the back.

Plait your hair

Twisting hair into a plait can hide a multitude of sins in moments. What’s more, plaits are so versatile – create small plaits either side of your head, plait into a side pony, twist your plait into a bun – the possibilities are endless.

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