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5 Ways to Fix a Bad Haircut

Because it usually takes a long time for your hair to grow back.
5 Ways to Fix a Bad Haircut Because it usually takes a long time for your hair to grow back.

It can happen to all of us. You walk out of the salon unsatisfied with a hideous haircut that you'll probably wear under a hat or put up in a ponytail for months. But with these remedies, you can learn to love your botched cut—or at least until your next salon appointment!

Problem #1: It's too short.

To stretch your strands, straighten your locks with a flat iron. But if you really crave length, clip-on extensions are the answer.

Problem #2: You hate your bangs.

Slide-Proof Snap Clips, Goody

Try a deep side part and tame your fringe with a strong-hold hairspray or gel. You can also clip them with rest of your tresses using a barrette or a hairpin.

Problem #3: The bangs are too short.

Floral Crochet Headband, Forever 21

Blunt, short bangs are edgy, but if you're not confident that you can pull off this look, hide them under a thick, chic headband.

Problem #4: The layers aren't flattering.

Ever Style Beach Spray, L’Oreal Paris

Simply spritz sea salt spray to add texture to your limp 'do. You can also curl the ends with a curling iron and put on texturizing paste to fake dimension.

Problem #5: The sides are uneven.

Instead of snipping the lopsided cut yourself, call your stylist and set another appointment to fix the mistake. They should give the service for free to correct the cut.

This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Stylebible.ph editors. 

(Main image: Art-Y Digital Vision Vectors)

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