When it's hot outside, we want hairstyles that are quick to style and don't make us sweat. Just like these summer hairstyles for every hair type.
Summer hairstyles: These are the best hairstyles in the heat
At the latest when the temperatures outside rise above 30 degrees, we actually want to have our hair out of our faces and necks. So that the sweaty highlights don't stick to the skin and the air around our head can circulate well. A bun or a ponytail is the quickest solution, but you can do it a bit fancier. How exactly, we'll tell you now.
The classic French braid is back. Firstly, because it just looks super stylish. Second, because it's just perfect for hot days. And thirdly, because you can easily imitate it. You can see how it works in our instructions. For the braid, you can either gather all your hair together or braid it into two braids.
The bun is the timeless hit among summer hairstyles - after all, it keeps the neck cool and goes quickly: tie a high ponytail, slightly roll up the strand of hair, twist it around the hair tie, secure it with hairpins and you're done. Tip: If you dampen your hair a little beforehand, you will get great waves when the bun is undone again. Also a stylish eye-catcher: a scrunchie or a bandana.
Why do we love the ponytail so much? Not only is it quick and practical to make, but it can also be styled in different ways. This summer we're loving the sleek version of the ponytail, the sleek ponytail. Simply gather all your hair tightly together so that it lies flat against the top of your head, tie it into a ponytail and smooth it out. Fix everything with hairspray so that the hairstyle survives the hottest temperatures.
A variation on the classic ponytail is the "bubble tail". Depending on the length, the hair tail is divided into different numbers of "bubbles", which are each separated with a hair tie. In order to make the individual sections of hair appear particularly voluminous, they have pulled apart slightly.
The herringbone braid is a classic braided hairstyle. If only the lateral front sections are intertwined, the overall look is more bohemian and casual. At the same time, annoying strands are banished from the face. Perfect for the next discovery tour on vacation.
The half bun is at least as casual. Simply gather the top hair into a loose bun and secure it with a hair tie. Let the rest of the hair hang down and let the natural hair structure prevail.
The mini bun can either be placed on the back of the head or relaxed at the nape of the neck.
Although this is not really a hairstyle, but rather a care tip. While you're chilling on the air mattress or lying on the beach, you can do something good for your hair. Simply spread some hair oil or treatment in the dampened lengths and then tie a high bun.
All good things come in threes! For the fancy bun trio, the hair is divided into three horizontal sections, each tied into a bun from top to bottom. For the messy effect, pull individual strands of hair out of the structure and loosen them up slightly.
A slanted chignon gives a cool summer look made up of jeans and a T-shirt a delicate feminine touch and looks wonderfully relaxed with a chic maxi dress.
For a romantic entrance at the next garden party or summer wedding, start with a regular braid. Then wrap the braid around your head and fix the end at the back of your head. Attention: unfortunately only works with long hair!
Headbands with colorful patterns immediately bring holiday flair into everyday life. For a bohemian look, wave your hair slightly and tie the hairband as loosely as possible. Works with both loose and pinned hair.