Have the Best Second Day Hair – Tips From the 4 Types Beauty Panel

Hair

You don’t have to wash your hair every day.

In fact, second day hair can look just as good or better than the day before!

The beautiful women on my 4 Types Beauty Panel are experts at every day hair styles. And they want to share some hair styling tips so every day (including that second day!) can be a good hair day:

The Best Cut, Color, and Style:

No matter what you do to first or second day hair, it won’t look good if you have the wrong cut, color and style. Start there first.

If you’re not sure what cut or color would work best for you, then it’s time to discover your Type of beauty in my Beauty Profiling system. It doesn’t cost a thing and it’s one of the most important things you can know about your beauty. Start here.

The Best Second Day Hair!

Each woman on my 4 Types Beauty Panel shares 3 excellent pointers for the best second day hair.

Watch the video for their tips on how to handle second-day bangs, avoid shower humidity, and deal with flattened bed head…

I would love to hear your hair styling tips. What helps you maintain your look on the second day? What’s your quick and easy go-to style? Please share a comment.

Have a Good Hair Day Every Day

If you’re Dressing Your Truth, but still feel a little uncertain about your hair, notice your movement when you wash, style, and maintain it. Just noticing your tendencies can help you manage them in your best interest so you’re happier with the outcome.

If you’re not yet Dressing Your Truth, get ready for a good hair day every day (even the second day!).

You can learn everything you ever wanted to know about creating every day hair styles that you love. The first step is discovering your Type of beauty. The next step is…


Carol Tuttle


Carol Tuttle, best-selling author of four books, created Beauty Profiling and Dressing Your Truth to fill a need for women everywhere who don't know how beautiful they are. Her revolutionary makeover program has transformed the look—and lives!—of women all over the world. She wants to help you learn the truth about your beauty so that you can live it, dress it, and love it!
  • Nancy Niemi

    when i get out of the shower i put on mousse and shake my head that it , when i go t0 bed i lay my hair up at the top of my pillow , i love the idea of loosely tying it up , when i was much younger my mum would plait it every night . My hair is naturally curly curly i was a big hit in the 80s, i dont need a curling iron,my bangs will stay curly , and if my hair goes haywire i just tie it up in a ballet bun for the day , ive danced since i was 3 so its easy my big dilema is i just turned 53 and have been coloring my hair since my 30s , ive been thinking about letting it go natural , silver , what do you think of that ???

    • Dian

      Absolutely go with the natural grey!!! I am a retired hairstylist and was coloring my hair up to just last year…(I am now 62). I decided to remove the color and let the grey come out…I LOVE it!! The color was actually aging me more than the grey! I was wearing it really short (it’s easy), but have always loved longer hair. I am even growing it back out some now, too. I have seen lots of photos of older women with beautiful long grey or silver hair…I say go for it!

  • Jodi-Ann

    I appreciate this demonstration. However, I’m Jamaican-Canadian, and have kinky-curly hair. It would be helpful to include examples of women with multicultural/ethnic hair.