Whether you're running to work and your hair will just NOT sit right, or you're going out for a night on the town and your gruaige is as flat as a punctured car tyre, it can be super annoying when our manes are unruly.
And add that with having zero time to actually do anything about it… well, let's just say it's a disaster waiting to happen.
But stop right there, because we came across a place that specialises in blow drys – and it's our dreams coming true.
Roller Blow Bar in Forbes Street is the prefect place to go if you just need a little pick-me-up. All you have to do is sit back, pick a style, relax and listen to their awesome music.
The Shemazing! girls popped in one Friday evening to see what this salon is all about, and we certainly weren't disappointed.
Between the exceptional service (we were laughing and chatting all the way through), to the comfort and relaxed atmosphere, it was just the place to go after a busy working day.
We decided to go for two looks, one for long hair and one for short hair, just to see what each outcome was like.
Our long-haired gal ended up with Serena VenderWoodsen hair (yes, we're going through a Gossip Girl phase at the moment). She was styled by the lovely Jennifer who did an incredible curly blow dry full of bounce using various size click and curl brushes and Unites U-Oil, Boosta spray and a light spritz of GO365 hairspray.
For the short hairstyle, we decided to go for a loose beach wave styled by Lain. His technique was a mixture of blow drying with a GHD brush and then defining sections with a large barrel GHD tongs. Lain also used three products from the Unite range – U-Oil as heat protection, Beach Day to prep the waves and Unite Tricky spray to finish off the look.
Have a look at the video to check out how we got on. Oh, and did we mention they open from 7AM Monday to Friday? Perfect if you need that little boost before work!