Whether you live in a humid climate or just getting ready for a summer vacation at sea, you need to have a few options for wet weather hairstyles. You can use them to gather curly hair and unruly hair. All the costs of styling and creating a hairstyle can be ruined in one hour in wet weather. Take a look at a few options for wet weather hairstyles; always be beautiful.
Braid And Bunch
This wet-weather hairstyle is surprisingly easy to do. Everyone can braid and bun their hair. Start by dividing your hair into sections. Divide the hair into two sections, using a side parting so that there is more hair in one area. From that part of your hair where there is more hair, start braiding it in a French braid, all the way to the end. Put an elastic band on the plat. Gather the rest of the hair and create a low bun at the back of the head or the side.
This is a super easy and comfortable hairstyle. All you need to do is gather your hair into a tight high ponytail and secure it with a thin rubber band. You can also style your hair with mousse or gel for a smoother look. Then, take a ponytail, twist it into a tangle, and twist it into a bundle around the base of the ponytail. Secure with pins, and you’re done!
Sloppy Bun For Curly Hair
A loose bundle is suitable for hair, especially curly and unruly hair. You need to gather your hair and tie it into a ponytail loosely. Take a ponytail and collect it in a bunch, and at the top, wrap the hair around the ponytail a little, not tightly. Tighten it with bobby pins and pull it a little to make the bun more voluminous. Pull a few strands out at the face to frame the oval.
Hairstyle With Headband
This hairstyle looks complicated, but it’s not what you think! Place the elastic band around your head so that the top is at forehead level and the bottom is right behind your ears (above your hair growth!) And around the bottom of your head. Next, take a strand of hair, twist it slightly into a tangle, then tuck it behind the headband. If your hair is very long, you can wrap a strand of hair around the headband several times. Do this with all of your hair. Secure the tucked-in hair with hairpins or bobby pins.
An upside-down ponytail is a perfect and trendy hairstyle for wet weather. Make a low ponytail and secure your hair with a thin rubber band. Carefully drag the rubber band down one or two centimeters from your hair. Next, with your fingers, make a hole in the middle of the hair at the base of the ponytail, just above the rubber band, and pull the entire ponytail from above through this hole. Pull the ponytail down, and voila!
Reverse French Braid
This braid is easy to make. It would help if you started braiding a normal French braid but changed the direction initially. During the braiding, the strands should be put not up, on the hair, but under it. Each new strand of hair should be plaited under the braid, and you will have an exciting and beautiful braid.
Gather your hair at the top of your head and secure it with a thin rubber band for this hairstyle. Then fix the middle of the ponytail again with a rubber band. Pull the hair slightly to create volume. Make several sections in this way.
Do not forget to use sprays and serums that keep the hair and protect it against external influences.