9 Times You Hated Having Thick Hair
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9 Times You Hated Having Thick Hair

RIP to hair ties and all the time spent on styling your hair.

9 Times You Hated Having Thick Hair

Summer is the time to let your hair down and blow in the wind. The time where your hair gets perfect beach waves and you feel like your life is put together; that is unless you have thick, in which case there is no such thing as a perfect hair day. Every girl with thick hair understands these seven hassles.

1. Hair Ties Are Always Too Tight

There is no such thing as a hair tie that wraps perfectly around your ponytail. You always end up with a loose ponytail.

2. RIP To All Hair Ties

Then when you try to tighten your ponytail holder, it breaks and you are back to square one.

3. Humidity Is Your Enemy

It does not matter how many products you put in your hair, the humidity will still cause your hair to look like a lion's mane.

4. There's No Such Thing As A "Quick Blow Dry"

Be sure to schedule in 30 minutes for blowdrying your hair into your getting ready routine.

5. You Are Always Buying Conditioner

Conditioner basically is on the weekly grocery list.

6. What Is Curling Your Hair?

Thick hair = no need to curl hair. Unless you plan to use a bottle per curl, it will fall out after 3 minutes.

7. Your Hair Lives In A Bun

There is a 99% chance your hair will end up in a bun by the end of the day.

8. Sleepovers At People's Houses Who Have Thin Hair

That moment when you need to borrow a hairbrush and you are handed a comb.

9. Clogged Drains

The drain will indeed become clogged every week and you will have to clean it out because your hair is responsible for it.

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