Love It: Fox In Flats Hair Dare

Last week I had a heap of fun doing Fox in Flats’ 7-Day Hair Dare. This is basically where you mix things up and wear your hair in a different style each day, for seven consecutive days. Here is how it went…. (Apologies for my very ordinary photos – I used my Iphone, on the go!).

- Day 1: High Hair Donut Bun. Loved it and will do again -

– Day 1: High Hair Donut Bun. Loved it and will do again –

- Day 2: Low Side Half Pony Tail. This was ok, but admittedly was in a hurry and could have been better -

– Day 2: Low Side Half Pony Tail. This was ok, but admittedly was in a hurry and could have been better –

- Day 3: Messy/Wavy (used texture spray) and pinned-up fringe. Again, ok...but in desperate need of a hair cut and colour -

– Day 3: Messy/Wavy (used texture spray) and pinned-up fringe. Again, ok…but in desperate need of a hair cut and colour –

- Day 4: Straightened and left out. Love this...my favourite -

– Day 4: Straightened and left out. Love this…my favourite –

- Day 5: Ponytail with a little volume up top. Like this a lot...easy -

– Day 5: Ponytail with a little volume up top. Like this a lot…easy –

- Day 6: Side-platted fringe with pinned low bun. Liked this a lot, but used a lot of pins! -

– Day 6: Side-platted fringe with pinned low bun. Liked this a lot, but used a lot of pins! –

- Day 7: Blow dried and wavy with a side-pinned fringe. Liked this, but did tie it back half way through the day as it was HOT! -

– Day 7: Blow dried and wavy with a side-pinned fringe. Liked this, but did tie it back half way through the day as it was HOT! –

Would you be keen to try this hair dare?

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7 thoughts on “Love It: Fox In Flats Hair Dare

  1. Great idea! Like you, would need to be done on the holidays, as mornings before school wouldn’t allow such creativity in the hair department (sometimes my hair’s lucky if it even gets fully dried before school!). This summer I’ve played with a topknot bun type thing (great for really hot hot days), and an old favourite – messy slightly off centre pony tail. My school standard hair styles are the low ponytail or bun on the side, or hair out (though that depends on the nit situation in my classroom at the time!). x Ally

  2. What a great idea! Now that my hair is straight I’m never sure what I should do with it. And it it is soooooooo long – I think I need to add some more layers. xo

  3. I have ideas of changing my hair but regardless it always ends up looking the same!! Harder when it’s short!
    Must try to grow it a bit longer so I can try new things with it.
    Like the plaited hair dos around at the moment!

  4. Wow you did so well Alison! I have been in a top-knot rut again, switching it up with a high pony or two. It’s just so hot and I don’t want to fuss with my hair at work. I only have a handful of colleagues at the moment so not too worried about what they think of my hair:)

    PS – Love your phone cover X

  5. Just the hair inspiration I need! So tired of my daggy dragged back tired frazzled sleep deprived mama ponytail… time to get styling – just need to find the time! lol. Great photos of you Al, looking gorgeous as always x

  6. I do accept as true with all of the ideas you have presented for your post. They are really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are very quick for beginners. May just you please extend them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post

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