The 2021 2020 Olympics are finally underway after a long road in this hot summer. With the opening of the competition, the Olympic gold medal major smoke gradually up and the hairstyles of female athletes can be regarded as the focus of attention and even have blitzed the fashion field. Now let us together appreciate their stunning hairstyles.
Jamaican speedster Elaine Thompson-Herah was sporting a magnificent gold ponytail when she won the gold in 10.61 seconds and create a new record in the 100m sprint last Saturday. While at her medal ceremony the next day, she showed off long black locks on the podium.
Besides, she also joined in the women’s 200m final and looks more than ready to have a dart at walking away with gold in both sprint competitions, with a new world record to boot on Tuesday evening. Of course, she styled braids with a black headband, which is more convenient and comfortable in the running.
Furthermore, you can also get a similar look with a headband wig. We offer various headband wigs that are all made of 100% virgin human hair at an affordable price. And headband wigs are versatile so that you can design any style no matter what you like, such as buns, ponytails, braids. What so convenient and comfortable they are!
At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Another Jamaican sprinter and Olympic silver medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce flaunted her well-known long, bright, colorful hair. This two-toned yellow and orange ombré look also attract many people’s attention.
US Olympic debutante and Wonder Woman-lookalike Gabrielle Thomas won a big amount of fans when she booked a place in the 200m semi-finals in stunning style, long rusty red hair flowing down her back.
World record holder Keni Harrison, a 28-year-old American competitor, won a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics with a time of 12.52 seconds, narrowly defeating Jamaica's Megan Tapper, who won bronze, and finishing behind only Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico, who took gold. Different from Gabrielle Thomas, She styled a low ponytail with a white headband.
There is no doubt that athletes all seemed to like wearing headbands especially while they worked out. Therefore, when you do some sports, you can also use a headband as a prop, which can keep bangs out of your eyes and prevent sweat from flowing directly from your hairline to your eyes and face without having to do much. It also can prevent the sweat from spreading down and lead your hair to frizz or revert to its naturally dry texture. If you want to get the hairstyle more easily, you can also try to wear a headband wig, which can easily wear and go without glue, and is very friendly for beginners.
Former UGA Bulldog Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas followed suit, designing a bright blue ponytail to match the blue outfit she wore to represent her country while sprinting in the 200-meter Olympic semifinal.
Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan had qualified for the final of women’s 100m hurdles event in a time of 12.62 seconds and also did it in a cute hairstyle on Sunday. We guess she may wear a headband wig to design two burgundy double buns.
Japan Naomi Osaka had an excellent show against Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic during her third-round match. In addition, her Olympic-Themed boxer braids not only look good on camera, but are mesmerizing to watch from every angle.
The 21-year-old Texas-raised track star Sha'Carri Richardson secured a place in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics for running the 100-meter dash in just 10.86 seconds and also went viral for competing in glam look. In photos from the race, Richardson can be seen wearing a tangerine-colored lace front wig, which received many positive comments. What loud and vibrant the color!
Canada Gabriela Debues-Stafford showed off her strength in the distance competition, cruising over the finish to win her heat with a time of 4:03.70. Her rainbow pixie cut also took the spotlight.
Compared to other runners who opted for slicked-back ponytails to reduce any possible friction between the air and their hair, Christina Clemons preferred to show up with bold looks - space buns, braided crowns, nostalgic accessories galore. Christina Clemons competed in the women’s 100-meter hurdles wearing double Buns and some dazzling butterfly clips.
Simone Biles chose a simple and interesting cornrowed ponytail that is a great way to secure the bangs.
What do you think of these workout hairstyles? If you want to go for some easy and practical hairstyles for work out, you can read our blog "Top 10 Easy And Practical Hairstyles For Working Out"to get some inspiration. If you are interested in headband wigs, there is a customer video for you as a reference.