Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat could have used SheKnows' advice at the U.K. premiere of her show. Long hair can be hard to maintain when it's blowing a gale and there's only one thing for it, girls: Put your hair up. There are several benefits from having a ponytail-based up 'do. Firstly, it will save you from looking like you don't care enough to brush your hair. Secondly, it prevents wind damage which dries out your ends.
French braids are a classic style and can be slightly fiddly, but are great for suriving windy days. It is easier if you have someone you know who can braid your hair for you. If not, try the techniques below.
Drizzly weather usually means one thing — frizz factor. Is there anything worse than frizzy hair? The classic ponytail is a multi-faceted hairstyle. Not only is it great for rainy weather, it's also the perfect solution to bad hair days, can't-be-bothered hair days and those times when you're in a mad rush and don't have time to fiddle around. It's simple to execute: Pull your hair back with a band, pin back the fly away ends. Curl your fringe under if you have one, if not slick it back using a water-based product which won't go gloopy if you get wet.
Top knots are a variation of the tradition bun style without looking nana-ish. Suitable for both rain and windy conditions, they're quick and easy to do while giving you extra height. All you need to do is put your hair into a high ponytail and twist it around. Use bobby pins to keep it in place. You can also add colourful chopsticks or hair accessories to get a little more funky.
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