Easy Beach Hairstyles from Fringe Benefits Hair Salon in Gloucester
The idea when it comes to beach hair is to look as laid-back and free as ever. There are so many hair styles which look amazing for the beach, and with the arrival of summer, you can easily recreate them yourself!
Braids are absolutely fab when it comes to getting that boho vibe; plus they keep your hair out of your face when you’re contending with that sea breeze. There’s also the added bonus that when you take them out, you’ll have beach waves to die for, without spending hours with a curling iron and drying out your locks.
Top Knot Hairstyles for the Beach
Top knots are a perfect way to get your hair out of your face and they’re SO easy to do on your own. Give your hair a good brush, pull it up into a ponytail at the crown and secure it with a band. Then twist your hair around until it turns into a little knot. Secure with a second band. This look is awesome on women and men with long hair, so lads don’t need to feel left out.
Slicked-Back Beach Hairstyles
If your hair is wild and unruly, sometimes you just want it all slicked back! It gets it out of your way, and it can look amazing if you’re taking good care of your hair. Use a heat protection spray to get it super straight before you try, and then seal with some Moroccanoil to avoid frizz. You won’t regret it on a super-hot day!
High & Low Ponytails
There are so many choices when it comes to ponytails, and all you really need is a brush and a good hair tie. High ponytails are fab for making your cheekbones look really high, which is especially good if it’s simply too hot to contour. Low ponytails are the ultimate in low-maintenance, so they’re great for beach trips.
Hair Accessories for the Beach
Got your hair all wet and now you don’t know what to do with it? No worries, just cover it up. There are lots of pretty hair accessories out there, that will perfectly complement the summery feel of the rest of your outfit. Hats are the best – they keep you cool, and they can be super stylish. But flowers and scarves work equally well, so don’t be afraid to experiment.