Hair Tips for Nurses
What are some creative, ideal styles for nurses who want to keep their hair from hanging down into their patients’ faces (not to mention your own)? Here, five great looks you can easily achieve. There’s something for every age and gender!
Many of you stuff it in and out of a cap throughout the day, you pull it back to get it out of your face, you clip it off your eyes, and then, at the end of your shift, you’re stuck with a ‘do you wouldn’t sport to a monster truck rally, let alone out on the town.
This neuro-intensive care Nnurse has never been so busy. At night, she works a 12-hour shift at her local hospital in her hometown of Rockford, Ill. By day, she’s a volunteer school nurse, a mentor of soon-to-be nurse graduates and a dedicated wife and mother.
So I keep seeing these beautiful ads for a new show called Trauma or something like that. Her beautiful blonde hair is expertly blowing in the wind which is a little where reality stops for me…I mean honestly, who goes to a trauma scene with their hair perfect and flowing around their shoulders?
Many of my clients and friends complain about how expensive it is to keep up their hair. They mistakenly think that high-priced products are the only way to deliver celeb-status locks. I tell them there are plenty of little things we can do to keep hair healthy, shiny and beautiful—without spending a dime!