Summer is coming which, for me, means I have less time to spend on getting ready because I’m so excited to head outside. Here are six styles that will help keep your hair on point for any occasion; from taking a hike in the woods, splashing around in the ocean, or really just trying to keep from having a heat stroke. Bonus: these are all heat free hairstyles to help you keep your hair strong and healthy!
This is perfect on a dirty hair day. Use some dry shampoo and these clips. I found them years ago and they are a lifesaver. I have really long thick hair so it is hard for me to maintain an updo without it falling apart 30 minutes later. Make sure to pick some up and try out this beyond simple tutorial. (tutorial via: Anne Sage )
I love rocking a braid. For me the most irritating part is when it starts coming undone so I just spend the whole day looking forward and trying not to move around a lot just to help keep my hairstyle in place. Not to worry! Julia has come to the rescue with an amazing “double” twisted side braid. I tried this the other day and it was amazing; I wasn’t forced to re-do my braid 5 times that day. Just make sure to get this texturizer and and a great hairspray! (tutorial via: Gal Meets Glam)
I won’t lie… it did take me awhile to figure out how to wear this style without looking like an idiot. It’s not for everyone but I say… give it a try. It’s great for summer days and to add a little flare to your outfit. (tutorial via: Keiko Lynn)
I die for sea salt spray! This is, by far, the easiest hairstyle in my opinion. Whether you’ve just spent the day at the beach or you’re just in a hurry to get out the door, comb through your hair, add a little spray, and head out the door. I love how my hair ends up looking different every time I do this style. I only wish I could pull it off in the winter as well! (tutorial via: Barefoot Blonde)
This is one of my go-tos when traveling and in my everyday life. It’s so simple and chic. It’s a go to for me when I want to stay away from the straightner or curling iron. Put in some texturizer and twist up some hair, pin it back, and head out the door. (tutorial via: Treasure and Travels)
I honestly wear a hat almost everyday during the summer. When you’re in a hurry or having a bad hair day, whether you’re dealing with grease or frizziness just brush through your hair, add a little texturizer, and throw on your favorite hat. (via: a Pair & a Spare)