With a new chop comes a new haircare regimen. Since Kourt recently revealed her shortcut, we wanted to share how she’s updated her ~mane~ maintenance. We’re revealing what’s changed in her daily routine, the vibe behind her new hairstyle, and how it’s so much easier to maintain during her workouts.
Read on to see what Kourt’s learned since having short hair (again). Fun fact: the last time she had short hair was in high school (and it wasn’t quite this short).
Way less maintenance.
After you wash it, it doesn’t require any styling. Kourt barely even brushes her hair anymore. Since it’s so much shorter, she’s noticed that she’s touching her hair more, which can make it look and feel greasy. She shared that she typically washes and conditions her locks daily now.
And with exercising, she mentioned just the other day that she forgot a hairband and then realized she didn’t even need one. She could continue her workout with her hair down, and it remained out of her way.
She’s obsessed with the chop, and said she’ll put on an outfit and instantly feel cooler with the new hairstyle. Kourt also reminded us that the last time she had short hair was in high school and that she definitely feels the nostalgic ’90s vibe with the chop.
It’s still super functional.
When or if she does want to pull it back, she currently has two styles she’s rotating. She’ll either pull it three-fourths up (a sort of half up/half down situation), with a few strands placed around her neck and face. Or she’ll do a low pony and strategically leave two front sections out to frame her face (again, a very ’90s aesthetic). We love.
She also mentioned that a zig-zag throwback hairband has been a game-changer. She recently purchased it at the mall after getting her ears double pierced. Now that she owns the zig-zag band again, she said she’ll use it when she’s working out if her hair ever gets in her face.
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