Sporty hairstyles can be as trending as much on the circuit as off these days. This year’s athletes have been seen at practice wearing several “it” braids, bands and tails.
We are looking forward to watching Olympics games and of course, we can’t wait to see how great the female athletes’ hair will look. On a general note, I believe that a slick ponytail is always in, with a braid it could be more chic and headbands are good for bangs or short hair ( just don’t forget to secure them with a bobby pin on each side). Get some inspiration from these following sporty hairstyles, you can wear any of them for gym, during your run or even to turn a normal look into a sporty chic whether you are an athlete or not.
What I call the JLo knot, pretty amazing little “do” for all sports. One could do somersaults and no hair will stray !
To do a corn roll through the center top is also a great idea to keep strays in place.
I love this 3 tail attach, very simple to apply as well.
1/Do this style while the hair is a little damp, add Iles Formula finishing serum to make the hair supple and easy to work with. Part hair into 3 sections.
2/Apply first tail on crown
3/On making second tail include the first and same procedure for third tail. Attach each band where the section finishes so as each tail lays flat and graphic.
School Girl Plait
This particular band cane be purchased from http://store.haloheadband.com/v/vspfiles/assets/images/hairbands.jpg
A great short cut if you can’t be bothered with long hair and perfect for every occasion.
Beach Board Hair
Can’t imagine anything else than beach waves for surfer girls. Don’t forget the Iles Formula finishing serum though as your hair’s best protector from UV, chlorine and sea salt.
This half up half down do I did recently on JLo can be adapted so well while surfing to keep face clean of wet strands and at the same time have that cool freestyle beachy hair.
If you are/were an athlete which hairdo(s) would you opt for ?
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