We typically envision a SQ girl with the characteristic bun or elegant French twist hairstyle. However, there are also many stewardesses who choose to snip off their locks and go for either a classic bob or a spunky pixie-cut as it suits their face shape better.
Though easier to maintain, short hairstyles also require time and effort to look well-coiffed. Here are 11 products that SQ girls with short hair use to get that perfect look.
As SQ girls use hair styling products like blow dryers and hair flat irons very frequently, they need to protect their hair from the heat or else the high temperatures will destroy vital proteins in the hair and strip away its natural oils. This heat protection spray that is formulated with argan oil and keratin not only protects your hair, it also fights frizz, detangles hair, adds shine and softness, and smooths flyaways, keeping hair healthy and bouncy.
The last thing SQ girls want to do after a long flight is spend even more time on their post-flight beauty routine. An overnight hair treatment is perfect for them to soothe their hair after washing out all the hair products, while getting their much-needed rest at the same time. This leave-in milk treatment contains Liposhot, a luxury serum that softens and repairs rough, frizzy or dry hair. Simply massage one or two pumps of product to towel-dried hair before you sleep and you will wake up with softer and smoother hair.
Not only does this product have an affordable price point, it gives you soft and silky hair after just one wash. It helps to lessen hair damage if you use hair styling products and tools regularly and also works to strengthen hair to prevent hair breakages and split ends.
These hair oil capsules work wonders to give you smooth hair before styling. Packed with vitamins and formulated with aloe vera oil, they also help to keep your hair healthy and nourished at the same time.
This hairbrush is also great for quickly and effortlessly combing out any unruly knots or tangles in your hair to make the styling process easier. It can be used on wet or dry hair, and the unique two-tier teeth system helps limit damage and breakage, giving you shiny, soft and tangle-free hair.
When blow-drying bob hairstyles, using a round barrel hair brush makes it easier to flip the ends of the bob upward to give it a slight curl. The ceramic barrel of this brush also retains heat which shortens blow-drying time and adds volume to the bob and fringe.
Another method for styling a bob hairstyle is to use a hair straightener to curl the ends of the bob. The SplitStop technology in this product helps to prevent split ends and its UniTemp sensor protects your hair from being exposed to excess high heat.
This moulding cream is great for styling pixie haircuts and to keep hair fringes in place. Apply a small amount at the ends of a bob to shape and smooth out any flyaway hair. A little goes a long way when it comes to amount of product needed, so you can be assured that it won’t weigh your hair down. This makes your hairstyle lasts through the day and the best thing yet, it can be washed off easily.
Once you’re done styling your hair, the final step is to spray your hair to set the hairstyle. The great thing about this hairspray is that while it’s long-lasting, it doesn’t leave your hair feeling stiff. As a bonus, it also leaves a slight sheen on your hair to make it look healthier, and has a subtle green apple scent.
This is a stick-type wax that swiftly smoothens away any flyaway hair or stray ends simply by applying it directly to the hair. Its compact size allows you to conveniently slip it into your handbag making it a handy tool for touch-ups.
Since SQ girls spend so much time styling their hair with hair products, it is essential for them to take care of their hair to prevent it from becoming damaged and brittle. With four different types of masks to choose from that targets different needs, the sleeping hair mask is a quick and easy way to treat your hair at home. Simply apply the mask, go to bed, and wake up to softer and healthier hair.
This article was first published in Cleo.