Summer is coming soon, and an increasing number of girls choose to work out to maintain their beautiful figures and put on all kinds of pretty dresses. However, whether you go to the gym or do exercises outdoors, whether your hair is short or long, straight or curly, you may inevitably suffer from some distress on account of those disheveled hairs and excessive sweat in the process of uninterrupted movement. Is it really that no matter how beautiful and delicate hairstyles will end up in sweaty messy when you work out? Not necessarily. Here are some easy and practical workout hairstyles for you, regardless of how long or short your hair is.

Fishtail Side Braid

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If you want to find a workout hairstyle for long hair, a fishtail side braid is a better option than a loose braid that tends to fall piece out when you are making those high-intensity moves. Because fishtail side braid not only keeps your hair out of face during the workout, but also still holds an exquisite look until the workout ends by virtue of the tight texture of the fish bones. What’s more interesting, when you scatter your fishtail side braid, you will get an extra, wavy hairstyle. Are you annoying how to make this workout hairstyle with short hair? Here I sincerely recommend an HD lace Body Wave wig for you to create. The wig has four combs and an adjustable band at back and is very comfortable to wear.

Braid Ponytail

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It is probably the most popular sporty hairstyle as a mix between a braid and a ponytail for a majority of girls who love to exercise. And it is easy to operate and can even be adjusted according to the difference of the fitness programs. What’s more important, it can keep any bangs or pieces of hair from slipping out the ponytail when you do some gentle, less sweaty sports which need to lay on the ground, such as sit-ups, yoga, and so on.

Headband

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A headband is a good accessory for the best workout hairstyles if you aspire to keep baby hairs back. When you do some sports, you can 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 scarf wig, which can wear and go without glue, and is friendly for beginners.

Top knot

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An advantage of using a top knot is that it is a workout hairstyle for any length of hair. A high and messy bun will keep all your hair out of your face and off your neck so that it can avoid obstructing your vision with your long bangs and make you focus attention on your exercise during the high-movement activities. Also, to some extent, it can shape your face and make you look more lively and nifty with some baby pins.

Headband Braid

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When it comes to a workout hairstyle for short hair, why not consider a headband braid? As long as pulling bangs back into a simple braid that runs along your hairline, you won’t be concern about bangs falling into the face. There is no doubt that it is a perfect workout hairstyle for suiting running, boxing, and other aerobic activities. Do you want to have a try next time? You can use a lace front wig to complete the workout day.

Bubble Pony

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The classic workout hairstyle is a favorite of female tennis lovers and can show the sweetness and cuteness of the sports girls by the shape of the lantern. Besides, not only is it easy to tie and design, but also it prevents hair from falling apart to affect performance during the workout. And best of all, you can style a bubble ponytail with accessories like barrettes and scrunchies in popular colors. If you are a girl who loves wigs, a T-part wig also is a good prop for you. After all, it is 100% human hair and can be dyed, permed, bleached, highlighted, or styled as your own hair according to your need and preference.

Braid low bun

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Braid low bun hairstyle is a good option if you have to attend to some important occasions and don’t have enough time to get a new hair look after your workout. On the one hand, it can pull all hair together out of your face and is suitable for a yoga class or lifting that doesn’t need too much movement. On the other hand, you can add some accessories to the easy and elegant hairstyle, which will give you a fabulous look.

Boxer Braids

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Boxer braids hairstyle is usually used by many boxers because it won’t disturb them when they are fighting. Of course, even though it is called boxer braid, it is not just for the boxer. Now, it has become a popular fashion and a suitable hairstyle for work out, whether your hair is long or short. Besides, it is designed to keep wispy baby hair out of your face and far away from the back sweat.

Low ponytail

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There is nothing worse than having your locks stick to your sweaty face while you are running. In this case, a low ponytail is a perfect hairstyle for work out, which can make sure any loose hairs are pulled back off your face to prevent post-workout curls from sticking together and secure the ponytail right at your neck. Unice lace part wig can be used to design a low ponytail, and I believe it will be a good try.

Half Up Bun

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If you need a workout hairstyle for short or medium-length hair, it is indisputable that a half-up bun is a good choice for you. And you can briefly curl the hair and make it more fluffy as you can as possible, which is anti-aging and stylish. It is generally with all kinds of sports, except yoga, lifting, and so on.

What do you think of these beautiful and practical workout hairstyles? There is no one but wants to work out with an easy and utility workout hairstyle in the gym or outdoors this year. Try one of the above hairstyles to work out when you go to a gym or outdoors next time, and make sure you will be the most memorable figure with it!