Your No-Fail Gym Hairstyle Guide
Working out during weekdays (lunch or after work) or during your days-off has somehow become everyone’s favourite past-time. Who wouldn’t want to be healthy these days, right? But working out can sometimes be a sweaty routine. Even more if you are flaunting longer locks. In this regard, we found ways for you to enjoy working out without worrying about fixing your sweaty, sticky strands every now and then. From top knots to low braids, there’s a hairstyle fit for your liking. These hairstyles not only belong to formal parties and affairs; you can also try ‘em out when you hit the gym soon!
Keep your baby hairs out of your eyes by doing a high ponytail. Take all of your hair towards the back, aiming high. Then secure altogether with a hair tie. It’s the easiest way to look put-together while sweating your toxins out.
Who says crown braids are only for debuts and weddings? French braids will certainly help keep your hair locked and in place. You will look just as good after a good gym session. To get the look, French braid both sides of your hair towards the nape of your neck then secure both sections using a hair tie. You can choose which section of your hair holds a greater amount of hair when doing this type of hairstyle.
Another easy way to secure your hair when hitting the gym is by donning a low ponytail. Gather all sections in one go and tie with an elastic hair tie. Easy, right?
Put an interesting twist to your ponytails by opting for a double braid style. First, braid two sections of your hair (you can choose for smaller braids instead). Then, gather everything and tie. It’s a chic alternative to your normal ponytail.
A top knot (messy or not) is probably a go-to hairstyle most of you opt for when hitting the gym. It’s easy, fast and a reliable hairstyle. With this hairstyle, you will be able to concentrate on how many crunches you've done already.
Which of these hairstyles would you prefer?
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