Hairstyles That Stay In Place Even When It Rains
Spring weather tends to be synonymous with rainy weather. April showers bring May flowers, after all! While it’s always nice to have the temperatures starting to rise this time of year, the rainy weather can really do a number on our hair. Finding hairstyles that actually stay up against the rainy weather isn’t the easiest task. While most of us tend to chalk bad hair days up to just being a part of the rainy weather element, we’re always about helping you to be prepared and find ways to look and feel your best regardless of the weather. We found a few great hairstyles that stay in place even when it rains to share with you for inspiration.
One of the keys with creating hairstyles that stay in place even when it rains is getting your hair pulled back and styled into a chic look so it’s not as effected by the rainy weather. One of our favorite, and easiest go-to hairstyles we found is the headband up-do. The great part about this hairstyle is you’re really able to have a look that’s perfect for any occasion but it’s really easy to create and wear.
Add some hairspray and/or texturizing spray to your hair after you’ve dried it to add a little bit of extra holding abilities to your hair. Place your favorite wrap headband on top of your head, where it sits on an angle on your head from the top of your forehead and back down to the lower part of the back of your head. Once the headband is secured simply take the rest of the hair that’s down and wrap it up and around the headband creating a bun-like style. Leave a few pieces near your face if you’d like. Once you’ve done all that just add another mist of hairspray for extra hold and you’re done!
Side Front Braid
Braids are always chic and such a perfect way to add some style to your hair but not have to worry about it getting messed up in the rainy weather. If you’re not feeling like you want all of your hair pulled back, this is the perfect look to try out the next rain day. Part your hair on a deep side part and begin creating a French braid in your hair working your way from the part down to the other side of your head. You can make this braid as big or small as you’d like. Add in some hairspray once you’re done and you’re good to take on the rain!