Sweltering conditions prove a major obstacle to achieving good hair. From the inevitability of sweaty bangs to humidity-induced frizz fest, there's no doubt the weather is working against you. Here are a few ideas for you to follow including cuts and updos that will withstand the climate.
Because smooth, polished waves aren't happening in this kind of heat, something more achievable like undone beach waves are recommended. Getting effortless style does require a bit of effort. So you must use a mid-size curling iron on random areas of the hair to create more definition. Then use a texturiser to get that slightly messy finish.
To look and feel cool this summer, a combination sleek high ponytail and messy fishtail braid is a winner. As hair will definitely be dishevelled by end of day, the already tousled braid gives you that look from the beginning. But if you're not feeling the plait by end of day, it is also an easy look to transition into a top knot by simply using a few bobby pins to anchor the braid onto the base of the ponytail.
Braid the tresses
Because summer is peak plait season, so try incorporating some tiny, simple braids into hair whether it's up or down. And if you're over flower crowns, they are a great way to instantly free the spirit and bring on the festival vibes in a matter of seconds.
Getting hair off the back of your unavoidably sweaty neck is key, which is why a high pony is recommended. While not groundbreaking, it's super easy and that's key for carefree summer days. Embrace a messier texture to make it as low-maintenance as humanly possible.
Chop it short
Another way to get the hair off your face and neck? Chop it! You can pair a shortcut with blunt lines to give it a fuller look. As it doesn't require you to break out the hot tools, just rub a bit of texturizing cream in it, you'll be living the wash-and-go dream.
Bob to die for
All textures can pull off the classic style simply called bob. Those with sleek strands should try a dramatic, blunt option. While anyone with waves, should air-dry it, add a deep side part, and then spritz with a sea salt spray for an easy, piece-y look. It's a great length to try the wet hair trend. Just comb through loads of shine serum or cream and comb through for the ultimate beach look.
Sport the bowl cut
If you think bowl cuts were the thing of childhood, then it might be time to give them another shot. But instead of the smooth uniform cuts of yore, this time around they're much less embarrassing. The key is a shaggier texture that rises above the ears and remains short at the neckline. Another upshot for hot days? Like the other short cuts, you can forgo the heat stylers.
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