If you are planning to go on a vacation or on a business trip, you might be tense about your hair as well as the hairstyles. Because while on traveling, it is obvious that you will not get much time to care your hair or style it. However, if you already have booked your ticket, planned your outfits, now it is the time you need to sit down and study about how to style your hair perfectly and easily while traveling.
Before that, it is always important to decide first, which type of hairstyles you are going to do on your hair mostly while traveling. If you like to have straightened hair most of the time of your traveling, you must take your favorite travel straighteners. Here we recommend using GHD Platinum+ Professional Performance Styler. This flat iron is best for all most all types and length of hair.
But if you like to have curls on your hair while traveling, this time we do not recommend that. Because styling curls is time-consuming and needs more effort than straightening.
However, whatever hair length you have (long, short or medium); we are here with this article to help you out with that. Here, below we have suggested some travel-friendly hairstyles you should go for.
Style 1 # French Braid
his hairstyle is great for traveling as it will keep away all of your hair from your face. You will face no issue with handling your hairs and it will not get messy while roaming. While on traveling, washing the hair frequently is annoying. So, you can get rid of that as you can have this style on your unwashed hair.
First, start with unwashed hair as clean and conditioned hair will not hold this style for longer. Then separate your hair into three sections. Take one section from the left with your index finger and cross it over the center and the right sections. Continue it like the picture in below and you will have the standard French braid.
Style 2 # Updo
This style may seem unfamiliar to you but it comes very handily while you are on travel. This hairstyle is not gorgeous but it is classy, elegant and easy to style. You can make this style when you are in a windy place or when you do not want to shower or wash your hair. It needs some practice to make this style but after some try, you can have this less than a minute.
First, start with the hair which has not been washed for about 2-3 days. Tug all the hair into a low braid with your one hand. But do not secure it now. Now twist all of your hair into one direction. Then wrap the hair and make it into the bun and do not secure it this time also. Now pinch the section below the bun and pin over the spiral. Use hairspray or setting spray if needed.
Style 3 # Hat
This one is also a great hairstyle for traveling. We already have said before that to protect your hair while on traveling or roaming, you need to use a hair scarf or a hat. Now we are going to tell you a hairstyle that you can do with a hat while traveling.
Collect about 2-inch of your hair section at the middle of your scalp. Then pull that section and take/place it to the other side of your head. Now put your hat on your hair and adjust it (if you do not change/place the hair section to the other side of your head, it can look strange!) This is the simplest travel-friendly hairstyle for the girls.
Style 4 # Messy Bun
Whatever the state of your hair is, you can do this style at anytime, anywhere. This is one of the simplest and easiest travel-friendly hairstyles. With this hairstyle, you can move frequently with no hairs falling on your face.
First, gather all of your hair at the top middle of your scalp and pull the hair into a loose ponytail. You do not need a comb your hair. Let it as it is. Now twist all of your hair together, spin around the center of the braid and continue wrapping below the bun. Now pin it with hair elastic and some bobby pins. To set your hairstyles for a longer time you need a setting spray also. Our favorite one is L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Hairspray
Style 5 # Sleek Parted Ponytail
If you have long hair then this style is best suited for you while on travel. Besides, the ponytail style is very famous all over the world. So, if you are conscious about styles, there are no worries about having this style while you are roaming in a different country.
However, this time you need to start with your clean hair. If your hair is not clean, wash it with a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. After dry put your hair use a boar bristle brush to comb your hair. You can make this style either with a center part or side part. First, select the part you want to style with. Once you have decided, now smooth and iron that part with a hair straightener. After flat ironing you can use some shine spray like Aveda SMOOTH INFUSION GLOSSING STRAIGHTENER to add shines to your hair.
Now take clear elastic and secure your sleek hair into a low ponytail with it. Place the braid at the backside of your neck and secure it with elastic. Finish the styling by spraying some hairspray to smooth out any leftover frizz.
Also Check: The Best Travel Friendly Beauty Products
Here’s our top 5 travel-friendly hairstyles recommendation. These styles are easy to make, easy to maintain, and give no barrier to your frequent roaming or traveling. And it will be always recommended that use a heat protector to protect your hairs from heat damage from the sun and the hot tools. You can use HSI PROFESSIONAL Argan Oil Heat Protector. We found it one of the best heat protectants currently available in the market.
However, when you are traveling to a different country or different place in the world, there are lots of differences in culture and fashion. So, it is better to get an idea about the hairstyles in the place. So, you will not look like a stranger or weirdo with your styles. Before going to that place, study their styles and fashion.
- Raven Ishak, 9 Hairstyles That Are Perfect for Traveling, JULY 20, 2017
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