Looking good at the gym seems like an impossible task, right? With all of the sweat, the movement, and the huffing and puffing that goes into a workout, there’s a high chance that you don’t really bother with a proper hairstyle. You simply grab a scrunchie and stuff it into a pony, before realizing that you’re going to have to re-do it again and again as your high-intensity workout lets it loose. It’s an absolute nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be that way. That’s because these hairstyles will still look amazing even after a high-intensity workout. We know, we can’t quite believe it either.
The double Dutch braids
If you know how to do double Dutch braids on yourself, then congratulations. It’s not an easy task. If you don’t know how to do double Dutch braids on yourself, then it’s probably best to find someone who can do them and keep them on-call for all of your high-intensity workout needs! The beauty of this hairstyle is that it looks absolutely stunning, and is one of the best ways to keep the hair away from your face while also looking as stylish as anything. As if that wasn’t cool enough, the tightness of the braids will ensure that they stay put, and any stray hairs stay right in their lane.
The double buns
When one bun just isn’t enough to keep your hair in place, the double buns will become your best friends. Of course, there aren’t too many rules when it comes to double buns, because these guys are fully flexible and ready and willing to do what it takes to keep your hair in place. This means that you can wear them low down on your head, or you can wear them right at the top. The world is your oyster when it comes to your double buns, and you can do whatever you want with them. What could be cooler than that?
The headband look
There are two kinds of people in this world. There are those that love headbands, and there are those who can give or take them. If you’re the kind of person that loves a headband or scarf and aren’t ready to give it up during your high-intensity workout, then you don’t have to. The best way to fashion this scarf into your ‘do and keep your hair in place during your workout is to create an updo and then tie the headband around the front of your head. This will keep any flyaways out of your face, but will also double-up as a sweatband. We’re all about efficiency here.
Workouts are great, but they definitely take a toll on your hair. This is especially true when it comes to high-intensity workouts, as the movement and the sweat normally transforms your hair into a matted mess. But what if that didn’t have to be the case? These hairstyles will keep your hair away from your neck and your face during every workout, and ensure that you stay as comfortable as possible. Don’t worry, they’ve got your back.