The VOLO Hair Series: Yadira Rios

Yadira Rios

Introducing the VOLO Hair Series! Each week, we sit down and chat with an awesome gal to hear more about everything from how they take care of their hair to how they found their perfect style. Want to take part? Shoot us an email at to learn more about getting involved!

Yadira was born in Cuba and currently resides in beautiful SW FL. She is a fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger, married to her best friend and mom to a toddler who keeps her very active!

Instagram: @thebellafashionblog

What is your everyday or go to hairstyle?
Wavy beach curls are basically my go to for a simple everyday look.

Have you ever tried any drastic or out-of-character hairstyles?
Yes, I permed my hair a few years ago and left the salon crying. It took trimming it every month to get the curls out.

What is one non-negotiable part of your hair-care or styling routine?
I cannot skip blow drying after washing my hair, I live in Florida and it is too humid to air dry.

What is your favorite hair-care secret to gorgeous hair? (Ex - using hair masks, curling hair with a straightener, putting hair up in a microfiber towel, etc.)
I use Argan oil and do a hair mask for 30 mins once a week to restore moisture.

Who is your hair inspiration or hair goals? Why?
Jlo, she has tried it all over the years and looks amazing in any style.

If you could magically change your hair to any length and color for one day, what would your dream hair look like?
My dream hair would be a long caramel brown bob with highlights.

What are you most proud of about your hair?
It grows incredibly fast!

How did you figure out what haircut/color is most flattering for you?
Honestly, trial and error. I basically tried every color and went back to my natural color after looking at countless photos over the years. 

If you had to pick one quote or short piece advice to promote hair confidence and acceptance, what would it be?
You’re never fully dressed without great hair!

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