Tired of scrunching your hair into the same old up-do? Whether you’re heading to boxing, HIIT or Yoga in the Sky, here’s our take on the freshest hairstyles to take you from workout to going out come early july With boxing studios on the rise, fitness Hair there’s no better time to try out this edgy comeback style. Make an appointment with Barber & Blow after your Rumble class at 1Rebel (or before if you need a character boost! ).
We love a good messy hairstyle for the warmer weather. This original take on the classic Dutch braid is a great way to mix it up come early july. Here’s a tutorial by Abby Smith if you think you’ve got the skills. For those who are who can barely throw together a classic braid (please say we’re not the only ones! ), try the loosely braided high pony. A safe, go-to option that’s still good enough to match your most costly kit.
The fishtail braid has this effortlessly ethereal chic character that we just love. It’s elegant enough for Afternoon Tea or trendy enough going to that down and dirty level sesh at 12×3 Gym. We check out Duck & Dry for this purpose look (this service also includes a blow dry! )
Are you going to a workout happening this year? Braid Bar offer a range of styles and accessories from rings & charms, colour chalks, extensions and glitter to very much make you stand out from the crowd. Pay them a vacation in Selfridges.
Smooth down those flyaways with some hair aerosol, embrace that sweat left from that INCREASE cycle class and add a braid to it low pony. Go from tired to sleek.
Sometimes we be depleted of dry wash but we don’t have the time to go ‘full-wash’. Enter the headscarf. This trendy headpiece are able to turn just about any potential bad-hair day into a complete win. Add a pop of colour to very much stand out come early july!
Space buns are back! We’re feeling all kinds of nostalgia channeling our inner Baby Tart come early july! The theory is that, this look seems not too difficult to achieve, but it turns out it can actually be quite challenging to get these spacey top knots to be rubbed and even!
If you’ve got shorter hair, or aren’t much of a perfectionist, try a bit of a messier look or a half up/half down look like our fave Love Island gal, Gabby!
There is just no chance of us achieving this look on our own, when we end up needing something intricate like the ‘DNA’ braid, we call on our go-to freelance (and mobile! ) hairstylist, Hair by Joël. His braid game is seriously on point.
Fancy yourself an aspiring hairstylist? Alex Gaboury created this tutorial!
We’ve all been there before: you finish a killer workout in order to immediately ask yourself, “What can i do with my hair? ” Post-workout hair doesn’t look very chic on anyone, particularly when you didn’t have time to wash your hair and you have to head on to work or you have plans right after you workout. But, if you plan and prep your hair accordingly you can still progress up a serious sweat, while not having to worry about tired post-gym hair.
Prep Your hair Before
While your instincts might tell you to apply dry wash to your hair immediately following your workout, the truth is, when you apply dry wash to damp or wet hair it will leave behind an unflattering cakey residue from the dust and water mixing together. Dry wash was designed to work on dry hair, which is why you should apply your favourite dry wash to your hair before your workout, as it will help prep your hair and absorb sweat while you exercise.