We all had a wet hair day. Whether we are late for work or after pool time, an arsenal of hairstyles especially for wet hair can help us be ready for anything. These eight styles range from easy to heavy and only require a comb and either hair tie or headband.
One thing to keep in mind when working with wet hair is gentle brushing. The weight of the water causes the strands to expand and lose some of their tensile strength, making them more brittle and more easily broken. Using a wide tooth comb to go through the entanglements will minimize breakage. Also, applying a dab of gel through your hair will help whatever style you choose on the spot.
1 / Share the hair in the middle or on both sides. Straighten hair down to the nape of the neck and wrap a metal-free rubber band around the hair two or three times. Smooth every attack with a hint of hairspray
2 / Brush the hair back straight and fasten it in a ponytail in the middle of the back of the head. Braid the hair down to the floor and attach the end with another elastic band.
3 / Comb the hair straight back and collect it in the neck. Rotate the hair before wrapping it in a donut shape. Secure the shape by placing an elastic band over the bread roll and wrapping it around the head twice.
4 / Turn your head upside down and brush all hair upside down. Turn the hair and wrap it in a donut shape. Secure it in place by wrapping an elastic band over the top twice, keeping it firmly against the head.
5 / Comb all hair back straight, then take a strand of hair at the top of the crown and separate it into three sections. Start with French lichen at the back of the head and pull in the hair from the sides. Secure the end with an elastic band.
6 / Separate the hair on the right side of the head. Brush all the hair on the left side of the head. Take a hair part just behind the right ear and braid a Dutch braid. Knit the braid toward the left side of the head and then over the left shoulder. Secure the end with an elastic band.
7 / Comb the hair straight back and collect it in the neck. Braid the hair to the end and attach it with a hair band.
8 / Brush all hair back, away from the face. Place a hair band a few inches from the hairline to hold the hair in place.