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Mariella Avatar

Thanks to my stylist, my cut is so good that most days, I don’t even have to comb or brush my hair so generally 0 time EXCEPT on hair washing days (usually twice a week) and then it’s a goodly amount of time since my hair is very thick and wavy/frizzy and needs to be flat ironed after drying to achieve the look I prefer. If I’m caught in the rain or it’s really, REALLY hot and humid, I will also have to flat iron it back into shape.

Seraphine Avatar

My hair is very dry, very fine, and very long. It needs less than a minute of attention on days I don’t wash it, just enough to run a brush through it. On days I do wash it (about 1-2x per week, depending on weather) it takes about 5 minutes. Just enough time to towel dry and comb in leave-in conditioner. I let it air dry. The next day I’ll spend a couple minutes running a flat iron over it to smooth any flyaways, then it’s good until the next shampoo. (I stopped blow-drying because my hair was breaking a lot.)

Nancy T Avatar

Most days, especially when it’s hot (and this year, humid as all get out!), I basically just brush it, perhaps with a little gel to hold all baby hairs flat to my head, throw it all up in a high ponytail or bun. In cooler weather, I will usually wear it down, but use a hair color barrette or small jaw clip to pull the front sides back. Any which way, it just takes a few minutes! Unless it’s my weekly shampoo and blowout day …
Thing is, I would love to go with a short, shaped cut that has that tousled, slightly punk style to it, but I doubt that I could commit to what would likely mean higher maintenance and time spent making it look good daily. On the other hand, my hair is very heavy and is a literal pain for my head!

Ana Maria Avatar

On a regular day, it’s just a couple of minutes to brush it and arrange it with my fingers (and a bit of hair oil) before I go to work and in a ponytail once I get back home.

If it’s a hair wash day, it’s an extra 10 minutes in the shower. I mostly let it air dry, so I can get a blowout in 5 minutes.

I never felt the need to spend a lot of time on my hair. Even if I get a haircut, in an ideal world I am in and out in 30 minutes. 😅

brendacr1 Avatar

My hair if fine, lifeless and straight. If I’m going out I curl it, it probably takes me about half an hour to curl and style it, the next day it still has enough curl in it so I don’t have to do anything except spray it with hairspray. This is in our dry Calgary air. When I go somewhere with humidity it won’t hold the curl so it’s a fight to get it to do much. Last month it was so hot in Vancouver I just put it in a ponytail everyday, so that solved the humidity problem. I’ll have to look through my setting creams to see what I have for our trip this month.

Genevieve Avatar

I spend only a few minutes on my hair each day as I have a shorter bob cut and it is so easy to manage. I have zero skills when it comes to doing my hair, my twin sister, on the other hand, was always far more talented than I when it cam to doing hairstyles.

Audrey Avatar

My hair is very dry so I only need to wash it once a week – on that day I spent about an hour- I blow dry it and straighten it with a flat iron. The other days of the week I will just brush then either put up in ponytail or if I’m wearing it down I’ll go through it with a flat iron on any parts that are not straight, so probably about 3-5 minutes.

Moxie Avatar

Usually seconds, just running my fingers through it. Sometimes not even that.

Every third day, I use a collagen hair mask that takes 20 minutes to soak in and then I take a 10 minute shower to wash it out.

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