Girls, we all know those days where we just don’t know what to do with our hair, so here is a list of rainy day hairstyles. Whether you’re going to work or just running around doing errands, these will work for every occasion. The styles are easy, and great to keep in your back pocket even just for those lazy days! Here are some rainy day hairstyles that I use all the time.
1. Top Bun
This is one of the greatest go-to rainy day hairstyles. Grab that hair and pull it on the top of your head into a cute little bun. The great thing about this is that you can make it as messy or clean as you want. This will keep your hair from frizzing up and keep it from getting that huge look. If you have bangs, this is a great way to pin them back.
2. Fishtail Braid
This is definitely my go-to hairstyle on those rainy fall days that I love but hate. It’s still stylish yet practical for work or play. It takes two seconds to do, and can be done when your hair is still wet. Spray some hairspray on before braiding to help keep the fly away from happening.
3. Braided Crown
Along the same braid category, this is great if your hair fuzzes up with the rain. Keep all your hair in one place on the top of your head with this unique look. Split your hair into two, braid those pieces and wrap each around the crown of your head. Pin in for support and you are ready to go! That simple.
4. Half Clip
This is my go-to look when I’m too lazy to do anything, but works great on those rainy days. All you need is a small clip, then you just grab half the top of your hair, and clip. On those simple days out when you have to brave the wind and rain, this is a great way to keep the hair away from your face.
5. Messy Pony
Puff up the back a tad and make it a bit messy by teasing it. You can make this look laid back but you can also make it look dressy. Help by pinning back the sides as well so that the loose pieces don’t fly out if you have layers.
6. Brave the Curl
If you have curly hair, don’t even think about straightening it. Put away that heavy cream and just live it out. Even if you have straight hair, put some oil in it to make it a tad heavier, and it shouldn’t frizz out. Don’t bother straightening it or trying to make it curl, this is the time you need to accept your hair for your hair.
7. Throw on a Hat
Ok, this may not be a hairstyle, but this is a great way to brave the rain. You can throw this on top of the side braid and even the messy pony. Whether it’s a ball cap (there are tons of cute leather ones out now!) or a toque, this is a great look for fall.
To help keep those crazy loose hairs from getting huge and flying away, tame them. What is your fave way to keep your hair chic while it pours rain outside? My personal fave is the side pony with a toque!