Making your hair look the best on long holidays or on excursions can be difficult. While keeping it clean and looking great at a resort is easy, keeping it outside your face can be tricky! Nobody wants oily hair out of all the suntan spray. Such styling hair when traveling by car are, thankfully, easy to do and will keep your hair looking great and out of the way. What is your favorite one?
A French braid is perfect for traveling because it not only keeps every piece of hair out of your way, but you can undo it for effortless waves when you get at your destination.
Top knots are the perfect greasy-hair day ‘do, but they’re nice to keep your locks locked when you’re driving. And because they’re perched so high on your back, when you’re comfortable in your seat, you don’t have to think about messing it up.
The Fishtail braids are so simple and chic. Only move from side to side one section of hair, and don’t forget to pull it for extra volume. This is another great style to do away with when you arrive to hit those beachy waves.
Tying off, or even braiding some low pigtails will keep your hair under control and out of the way. And that really doesn’t get any easier than this.
Consider Milkmaid braids on for size for something a little more complicated that will still not get in your way. Only braid two low pigtails, then tie them over your head.
If not enough for one top knot, add another! Pull your hair into high pigtails, then tie each end as you’d become a regular top knot. To keep your mini buns in place, use the bobby pins.
BRAID Big PONY TAIL
If you have long hair, then this is another fantastic one. This adds a little more height to your look than a standard braid. For someone with a fairly round face, I think this looks a lot better on me than if I pull my hair back into a low braid without first tying it up. Play around with your face shape and hair thickness which looks best.
Pull your hair for choosing the right hairstyles for the car travel. Leave it tied as a ponytail, instead of wrapping it around in a bun. Then segment it off and braid it into three pieces. Tie it off with another hair-pin and voila! This is a super simple way of adding height, keeping your hair out of your face and bringing a little more value to your hairstyle while you’re traveling.