7 Hairstyles for Humid Weather so You Don't Feel Icky ...


Depending on if you live in a humid climate or you are just preparing for the summer months, having a few great hairstyles for humid weather in your back pocket will help fend off frizzy, poofy hair. Spending what seems like an eternity on your hair just to have it become completely ruined in humid weather is a total day-ruiner. Take a look at some of these hairstyles for humid weather and beat the heat!

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Braid into a Bun

Braid into a Bun Topping this list of hairstyles for humid weather is the surprisingly easy braid into a bun. Start by parting your hair on the side and section off a one inch section on the side with more hair. Start at the side part and begin French braiding all the way down to the end of the hair, and secure with a hair elastic. Now, gather the rest of your hair and create a low messy bun at the nape of your neck, or off to the side.


This style is perfect for those days when the humidity is high and you want to keep your hair out of your face. It's a great way to keep your hair looking stylish and neat without having to worry about it getting frizzy or out of control. The French braid is also a great way to add texture to your hair, and the bun will keep it secure and in place all day. It's a simple yet chic look that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Plus, it's a great way to keep your hair off your neck in the hot and humid weather.


Top Knot

Top Knot For a super-easy look, gather your hair in a tight ponytail and secure with a hair elastic. Slick back the hair using a styling cream or gel for an even sleeker look. Next, take the ponytail, twist it all the way, and begin wrapping it into a bun around the hair elastic. Secure with bobby pins, and you're all set!


Messy Bun

Messy Bun For a more casual bun, gather the hair very loosely and tie in to a ponytail. Take the ponytail and gather it up in a pile on top of the hair elastic, and wrap another hair elastic haphazardly around the hair--the messier the better! Next, start pulling apart the bun in all directions to make it more voluminous, and also pull out a few face-framing pieces around the hairline.


Bun into a Headband

Bun into a Headband This 'do looks tricky, but is actually not as difficult as you'd think! Place an elastic headband around your head so that the the top is placed over the forehead and the bottom lies right behind the ears (over the hair!) and around the bottom of your head. Next, take your hair, bring it up towards the headband, and tuck it deep into the headband so that a loose pouf of hair is left out. Secure the tucked hair with the headband, an elastic, or bobby pins, and pull and shape the pouf as desired.


Another great option for dealing with humid weather is the bun into a headband hairstyle. This style not only keeps your hair off your neck and face, but it also adds a cute and stylish touch to your look. It's perfect for both casual and formal occasions. One tip for achieving this look is to use a headband that is slightly wider and has some grip to it, as it will help keep your hair in place. Additionally, you can use hairspray or texturizing spray to add some hold and texture to the pouf of hair left out. This hairstyle is also great for second or third day hair, as it can help disguise any greasiness.


Topsy Tail

Topsy Tail Topsy tails aren't just a style your mom used to do for you as a little girl. In humid weather, this dressed-up style is perfect. Make a low ponytail and secure with a hair elastic. Slowly drag the hair elastic down an inch or two. Next, make a hole in the middle of the area just above the hair elastic with your fingers, and bring the ponytail up and through the hole. Pull the ponytail all the way through, and voilà!


Inverse French Braid

Inverse French Braid Switch up the average French braid just by changing directions. Instead of bringing the pieces forward when braiding, start your first piece by braiding towards the body and under instead of up and in. Continue doing this motion with each piece of hair, and the braid will sit on top of the hair instead of being braided-in!


Sectioned Ponytail

Sectioned Ponytail For this Blake Lively-inspired ponytail, section the top of your hair in to a half-ponytail and secure with a hair elastic, Next, section off the middle of your hair, bring it up and into the half ponytail, and secure with another hair elastic. Lastly, take the remaining section of hair and bring that up in to the middle section's ponytail, and secure with another hair elastic. If your hair is long enough, place another hair elastic in this elongated ponytail for a totally unique pony!

Humidity is a total buzz kill for your hair, but with the right styles, your hair look can be totally unaffected. Don't forget to use frizz-taming sprays and serums as well, to smooth the hair and prevent any further frizz from happening. Do you have any go-to styles for humid weather? Please share!

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cool inverse French braid :)

messy bun 😉😉

what about excessively curly hair?

with the sectioned pony tail,,,would have looked better minus the bangs\

what about excessively curly hair?

so what about short hair? these are all med-long hair options. :)

for short hair girls bobby pins and cute head bands work :)

for curly hair messy bun

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