Monsoon is directly proportional to hair fall, hair breakage, dandruff, itchy scalp and frizzy hair. Thus, it is also quite an irritating season for your hair and you. There are many methods to prevent or stop all these seasons induced problems. Some of them work while some do not. We have covered best hairstyle that you can do at home, best hairstyles for short hairs and these hairstyles will suit for every dresses including Indian and Western like Gowns, Tops and other dresses.
This article will help you during your bad hair day, lazy hair day or just give you some hairstyles you can wear during the rainy season to stop all the chaos from happening. If you are worried about your hairs & skin and love them a lot then don’t forget to read Skin and Hair Care Tips for a Happy and Safe Monsoon this Year. All of these hairstyles are pretty, simple and amazing. So, without further ado, let us get into it.
1. Ballerina Bun
If you are looking for some classy yet easy to do hairstyle, ballerina bun is your go to choose. Made just like a messy bun, but minus all the locks escaping your hair. To create it, first remove all the tangles from your hair using a comb. For the next step, use your fingers to pull back your hair from top, bottom and sides to a point just above from where you want your bun to sit. Tie a ponytail out of it using a rubber which closely matches your hair. Now begin wrapping the tail of your pony around the rubber band until it forms a donut shape. Using few bobby pins, tuck the end of the tail and secure it.
2. Double Buns
Doubles buns are overwhelmingly cute, chic and give a happy vibe. Wearing it during the rainy season or monsoon, is sure to cheer up anyone. Whether it is you or someone else. Comb away the knots and tangles in your hair. Separate your hair into two sections. Create a ponytail out of these two sections, sort like pigtails. Now wrap these ponytails into a bun. And secure with few Bobby pins. You can choose to keep it clean, like Ballerina bun or make it messy. To make it messy, just pull out a few strands from hither thither. Dig your finger into the of the donut and pull opposite strands to make the bun bigger and messier.
3. Side Braided Pony Tail
Remove all tangles from your hair. Using your fingers as a comb, pull back your hair into a low bony using a culture. Take a few strands from the front. Braid it like you will braid normally. Pull at opposite strands to give it a thicker appearance. Continue braiding until you reach the mouth of your pony. Tie a small, thin elastic rubber band around the braided part. Remove the clutches. Tie your hair together like a side pony. Use another rubber band. Take a strand of hair and wrap it around the elastic to hide it. The last part is optional.
4. Dutch Fish Tail Braid
For a morning where you are in a hurry, this hairstyle works best! With time, your hair probably gets messier as the day goes by. An advantage of this hairstyle is how it becomes prettier as it gets messier while if it does not get messy, it is still pretty. It is a good hairstyle for any office work. Divide your hair into two sections. The right section and the left section. Pull up a thin strand from left side of your hair. Pull it from the left part and towards the right hair. Tuck this thin section underneath the right one. Pull a strand, thin like the first one, but from the right side of the hairline. Pull it from the right side to the left one. Tuck it underneath the left hair section. Now grab a new section from the center. Keep changing sides of the section until you finally reach the end of your head. You can either tie your hair or just keep continuing the braiding. Keep the braid tight and smooth. Any messing with it could be done later on by tugging it on the edges.
5. Cuffed Top Knot
Who said cuffs are for hands and neck only? They are for legs too! Jokes apart, they are also for your hair. This hairstyle makes use of the latest trends. Just remove all the tangles and knots from your hair using a comb. Collect your hair on top of your head like you would do for a topknot. Make a pony tail out of it. Wrap your pony tail like bun. You can use a rubber band for just use the cuff without it. Using a rubber band makes it more secure, but really it is your choice. Securing with a Bobby pin is also your choice. Like in a messy bun, begin pulling strands out of your hair. You can remove few locks to frame your face.
6. Dutch Side Braid
Side braid is one of the most sophisticated hairstyles around. You can remove few strands to make it fun or not remove to keep it official. Comb your hair to one side, but do not part the hair into sections. Remember to remove any and all tangles in the hair. You will have to braid on the side opposite to the one you swept your hair too. That is if you combed your hair to the right, you will braid from the left eye and if you combed your hair to the left, you will braid from the right eye. Dutch braiding is different from French. Bring the left section under the right one. Add hair in the middle, which should now be the right section. Instead of adding hair and then braiding over it, in Dutch braids, you add hair to the strands. Then you cross under the braid. This places the braid on top of the hair and not under it as is the case in usual French braids. Continue the process by adding hair as you go on. Make sure the braid is close to the hairline and along the side of the face. Once all the hair as been added to the braid, continue to do so until you have run out of hair. Finally, secure with a hair tie. You can remove few fragments of hair to frame your face.