We’re sure you can agree that as nurses, you are really busy! You are always on the move because rushing from patient to patient is part of your job. Each shift is so hectic, that performing patient care without taking into consideration the state of your hair is sometimes the order of the day. Wouldn’t it be great if your hair just always looked perfect? Here are some hairstyle ideas that are easy to create, and better yet, will last through your shift!
- Short haircuts are an easy way of ensuring that you always look great. For one thing, a short hairdo can be washed and dried in a third of the time that long hair takes. Depending on what short hairstyle you are sporting, it could even be wash and go! A very common and trendy haircut is the bob. Another hairstyle that is highly used by nurses is the pixie cut. Seek the advice of your stylist so that you can get a haircut that suits you, and not just one that is currently fashionable.
- The humble pony is back, and better than ever! is As an overloaded nurse you no doubt appreciate the fact that you can do a simple hair sweep, and hair-be-gone! Add your favorite hair products to finish the look that you will be rocking all day.
- Bohemian Braids are long lasting and easy to do. For those of you that can’t seem to drag yourselves out of bed in time, or snoozed your alarm clock for the umpteenth time, you can simply covert your wild morning hair into a beautiful and simple style that works wonders in the professional arena.
- The French Bun is also a great style for the nurse on the go. Your hair will be swept back from your face and held together so that it won’t become a bother while you work. Besides, it may even make you look older and more professional which can do wonders when trying to impress your boss!
Remember, your hairstyle will affect your productivity. Between pulling on your pants and applying makeup, you may not be able to dedicate the amount of time you would generally need to fix your hair. Just select any of these quick styles and throw on your scrubs. Voila! You are ready to tackle another day!