Humidity and rainy weather can ruin your hairstyle the second you walk out the door. After you spent an hour styling your hair, you're now left with frizzy and unmanageable hair! We're all thinking it ... "Why is this happening to me?!?" We dont always know when the skies will open up and pour out rain but when they do, we have some hairstyle ideas that will take the stress out of that rainy day!
The Side Braid
Create a loose, textured and messy braid to the side. Letting some hairs even fall out to add character. Redken's Quick Tease 15 Backcombing Finishing Spray is perfect for creating volume while adding texture to your braid.
Loose Beach Waves
Whether you sleep in a braid or wake up and add curls with your flat iron, leave those locks loose and imperfect! Try Redken's Hot Sets 22 Thermal Setting Mist as it will add texture and hold to your hair, protecting it from your heat styling tools at the same time. After you finish curling your hair, finger through the curls to create loose, lived in texture.
Click here to learn how to create beach waves with your flat iron.
Its fast, easy and the title says it all. This hair bun is messy, so stop trying to make it look perfect! Hot Tip: use the Sam Villa Textur® Iron to texturize your hair at the roots or all over for a thicker and fuller bun with up to 3x more volume!
Add a Headband
Between the rain and the humidity, our roots seem to get affected the most. From frizz to natural curls peaking through, we recommend placing a headband in your hair to create a messy chignon or even a bun in the back. Again, messy is key! Check out these adorable and comfortable headbands from Pink Pewter.
Product is not an option, it's a necessity! Using an extra hold hairspray will help keep those flyaways locked down, we recommend finishing your style with Redkens Control Addict 28 Extra High Hold Hairspray to keep your hair in place all night long. Finally, try adding oil to your hair to fight the frizz. Even if you get rained on, just run your fingers through your hair to smooth out the hair again.
Do you have any rainy day hair secrets? Share your tips in the comments box below!