Beauty Note: Cold Weather Hairstyles

As women, we put our hair through the ringer on a daily basis. During the summer months it is easy towel dry hair, spray some sea salt spray , and call it good (hello, beachy waves!). Winter is a completely different story. Wind, rain, sleet, snow … what the phenomenon, winter will test the limits. Instead of throwing in the towel and solution for hair hat or a messy bun, I’ve compiled a list of cold weather hairstyles that are both stylish and practical when it comes to winter time. Keep scrolling to see five hairstyles that will look together at the same time withstand the elements …

smooth double Pony

A sleep double ponytail via Byrdie.

If you pull your hair into a ponytail this season, that is it. This sleek ponytail double track Byrdie shall be required to keep their hair being swept by the winds of winter. All you need is a deep part side, two spring, and a spritz of hairspray to keep those fly takeaways in tact. Viola!

The wand wave

The wand wave via Refinery29.


Picture-esque simply will not do when the weather does not cooperate. From braving a storm is bound to spoil your hair anyway, embrace your natural texture or spice it up a bit. This tutorial waves of rock-n-roll through Refinery29 is easy to achieve and it looks great under a hat or snow floppy hat.

Twisted Bun

The braided bun via A Beautiful Mess.

For those of you who want a hairstyle nice scarf (no tangles here!), This tutorial is for you. The women behind A Beautiful Mess created a smooth bun with a bit of a twist. It’s simple; you begin by braiding your hair, twist the braid into a bun and secure it with bobby pins. When taken hairs at the end of the day you will have perfect waves!

Infinity arc

The infinity bow via Brit & Co.

I have a sweet spot for romantic hairstyles and this takes the cake. If you have hair or loose curls second day, this tutorial infinite arc through Brit + Co is an elegant way to keep hair off the face. This’ do requires a lot of volume, so your teasing comb ready.

Dragon braid

The dragon braid via Free People.

is easy to be intimidated when you first take a look at this beautiful braided pony. Trust me when I say dragon braid tutorial through Free People is less complicated than it seems! Start by curling hair in loose waves. Then French braid a section of hair above the ear and fix it at the end. They tease the crown of your hair for extra volume and pull all the hair in a ponytail. The end result will have to turn your head!

What are some of your favorite hairstyles cold weather?

I love to hear your ‘pending tasks in the comments!

XO Lauren

1. Byrdie
2. Refinery29
3. A Beautiful Mess
4. Brit + Co
5. Free People

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