We believe it’s the lovable, huggable Winnie the Pooh who talks of blustery days. He even has a whole book that follows him and his friends around on a day with notable high winds and heavy rains titled, “Winnie Pooh and the Blustery Day.”
Don’t worry, you’ve happened upon Latest-Hairstyles.com; not a website that details various synopsis’ from children’s books and movies. The point we’re trying to make is that some days — particularly in the colder months — blustery days are to be expected. More importantly, you ought to plan accordingly for them. Not just when it comes to bundling up in warmer clothes, but also when dealing with hair. Peep these eight windy day hairstyles that will leave you feeling windblown, yet beautiful!
Hat Hair Pigtails
Wanna wear a hat, but not sure how to style your hair so it looks cute with or without said hat? Alyssa over at xoVain has come to your rescue. “When you arrive at your fancy destination of choice, you can take off the hat and smooth down any static with a damp hand in the bathroom,” she says. She also shows you how to style it with a bow (one of our favorite accessories ever), proving that the versatility is strong with this one.
Easy Twisty Bun
We’re swooning over this hairstyle because it’s just as pretty as it is easy to recreate. It comes to you from the blog, “A Little Slice Of” and can literally be done in four steps. We also love it because it works on a variety of hair lengths and textures and is wind-proof, to boot! You just need two elastics and some bobby pins, plus a little post-styling hairspray to keep things even more in place. For more instructions, head over to the blog.
Dutch Braided Gibson Tuck
Oomph. This hairstyle is so, so pretty. BobbyGlam is always so on point. This hairstyle does require a bit of length, but you can always add some faux hair to your current mane to achieve it. There’s a video tutorial — along with some written out instructions — on the blog, so check it out if you need help doing this one yourself. You’ll need some hair elastics, bobby pins and hairspray.
Bow Bun with Scarf or Headband
Here’s another easy-to-accessorize, wind-proof do, this one courtesy of the ModCloth blog. Note: We waste so much time on the ModCloth blog and website. And by waste, we mean “really enjoy.” Anyway, this bow bun hairstyle is super adorable and practically begs for a cute scarf or headband to accompany it. We like the crocheted option picture here, but don’t be afraid to branch out with other accessories. We envision fluffy earmuffs.
If you find the above bow too kitschy or too complicated for your taste, opt for a braided bun, instead. It’s more dressed up than your standard bun or topknot, making it a great go-to for the office or a night out. Yara Michels of “This Chick’s Got Style” talks you through each step to make sure you get it right. You’ll need an elastic, some bobby pins and hairspray.
Easy Twist Pony
Here’s a blustery day hairstyle that’s really simple and works on a variety of hair lengths. You can also wear it with a hat or accessorize it without messing with the actual hairstyle too much! The tutorial’s from Molly and Joanna of the Irrelephant blog (We love that name!), where the full how-to is posted.
Criss Cross Ponytail
Here’s a new take on the side ponytail that we bet you haven’t seen in the streets too much. This tutorial comes from hair guru Lilith Moon, who is seriously a genie when it comes to crafting hair. We’ve included her in a lot of our roundups here at LatestHairstyles simply because she is just that good! We love that she’s always trying new things, as well. The full how-to is on the Random Tuesdays blog, so check it out! Like a lot of the styles we’ve included here today, this one is easy to accessorize, wind-proof and works well with hats!
Triple Braided Updo
Here’s another windy day hairstyle for you that leans more formal. The blog, “The Way I Tend to Be” is actually completely in German, so we’ve done some translating for you. We figured the hairstyle was worth it! To begin, divide hair into three even sections. French braid one of the side sections from your temple all the way down and secure with an elastic. French braid the remaining sections, but only start about midway from your scalp. Next, braid all three together and secure with an elastic. Finish by wrapping and weaving the hair around and pin in place. This last step gives you a lot of freedom, so use a mirror and experiment until you get a look you love.
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