Some days the weather can be your biggest enemy when it comes to your hair. No matter what you do it just doesn't seem to want to cooperate. When it's one of those dreary rainy days take matters into your own hands and try out one of these 5 styles.
Low piecey bun
Rainy days and blustery winds can tousle even the most perfectly slicked back looks. Instead of fighting Mother Nature, opt for a low bun and let a few pieces stick out for a natural look. Apply a bit of pomade for shine and texture and then step out into the wild weather with confidence.
Camouflage a bad hair day with pinned up Grecian-style metallic twists. You'll instantly feel like a goddess and no one will even realize that you styled your locks that way to hide unruly hair – they'll just be focused on how gorgeous it looks!
Pigtails version 2016
A favorite style from our childhood gets a modern makeover. From the front they look like classic pigtails but in the back a small section of hair is wrapped around each one to give them a grown-up vibe and to create dimension. This hairstyle is very forgiving, so if your locks start to curl a bit due to the rain and humidity, don't worry - it'll make it look that much more unique.
Braided low ponytail
A trending SS16 look on the runways is a cross between a braid and a ponytail and it's a nice option for when the weather isn't that great. Hair is tied into a low pony and then styled into either a classic straight braid or rope braid.
Gelled twist ponytail
A little gel can make anything better, especially when it's raining out. Apply it all over for a 'wet look' and then create a loose twist towards the front of the face and pin it back to hold it into place. Tie your hair into a low pony and finish everything off with a pretty accessory like a ribbon or clip.