Come rain or shine; if you’re meeting loved ones outdoors this spring, we have some great weather-friendly hairstyles to tame your lockdown tresses.
For a super simple up-do that can withstand the elements, a low ponytail is your best friend. This style is sleek and easy to master. Plus, you can add a little extra with a colourful hair tie or clips.
Ok, so this may not be the easiest hairstyle for everyone, but it’s one of the best ways to create a chic up-do that keeps all your hair perfectly in place. There are tons of tutorials online, like this one.
Half up, half down hairstyles
Another super easy and perfect look is the half-up, half-down hairstyle. You can choose to twist the front sections and tie them back or scoop the top part of your hair back into a clip. Plus, frame the face with a few loose strands or curl the ends to add a little volume.
90s trends are back, so why not opt for a high ponytail to recreate a sporty-chic vibe. This is another super easy hairstyle that will withstand the elements, and don't forget to add a little spritz to tame the flyaways.
Low bun hairstyle
A low bun is a great way to tie your hair back with an elegant twist. There are a few subtle variations on how to style a soft bun but check out this tutorial for a straightforward style.
Hair scarf styles
Another fabulous way to tame your locks is by wearing a pretty hair scarf. There are plenty of ways to style a headscarf; check out these examples here. Another bonus – it’ll hide those lockdown roots perfectly!
Messy top knot
If you’re anything like me, you’ll have probably mastered the messy top knot during the first lockdown. However, there’s nothing stopping you from sporting this look outside too. To make it look a little sleeker, add some light hairspray to fix those flyaways in place, plus add a few clips to keep your bun looking perfectly messy, whatever the weather.
It’s not long until the salon opens again! So if you're looking forward to refreshing your lockdown hair, contact the team to book your appointment.