Can you believe we only have 3 more weeks left of this year? I can not believe how fast this year flew by. I’m sure many of you are swamped with papers, studying, assignments, and exams. The weather isn’t going to make life any easier this week. Lots of clouds, with on and off showers, and low temperatures, are in the forecast for this week; therefore, I decided to do something a little different with Weekly Wears today, just to make your life a little easier.
Running around like a chicken with your head cut off, trying to get all of your last-minute work done, I’m sure you won’t have time to attempt to do your hair every morning, just for it to get ruined by rain. So, try something new: braids. They’re probably the oldest hairstyle in the book, but they’re easy to do and still look nice even when dampened by rain. There are so many different types of braids and ways to wear them, so check out some easy and cute ideas for this upcoming week.
First, try starting off with the most simple of braids. Take little sections of your hair on one, or both sides, of your part and braid them back into a bobby pin. This will keep your hair from looking too frizzy if the rain gets to it. It also adds a little something different to your regular part. You can try a simple braid or even french braid your hair back into a pin.
Next try something a little more out of your face. French braid your hair on both sides of your part back into a low bun. This will keep your wet hair from sticking all over the place, and it’ll be one less thing you need to worry about in your busy schedule. This look is also perfectly complimented by a springy fedora.
For ladies with shorter hair try braiding your hair into two sections and then pinning them together or crossing them. This look is very simple and beautiful. It is nicely accessorized with a pair of dangly earrings. Also, you can do this hairstyle with either type of braid, french or fishtail.
Another simple hairstyle is the fishtail braid. You split your hair in two parts and take little sections from each side, crossing them either over and under, easily creating a fishtail. This hairstyle dresses up any lazy day t-shirt and pair of jeans.
Lastly, the waterfall braid. This braid is a little harder to achieve and will probably require watching a few youtube tutorials, however, it’s gorgeous and will definitely keep your hair looking cute even when wet.
Now that you have some ideas as to what to do with your hair, make sure to keep an umbrella near by and some cute rain boots. Keep pushing forward this week, we’re almost to the end.