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3 Hot Weather Hairstyles

by Michele Zipp on June 29, 2009 at 12:00 PM
summer survival guide
hot weather hairstyles

Photo from Lucky magazine

If you have long hair, chances are you've thought about cutting it all off in the summer. Or do something worse like I once did -- thinned it out and I ended up looking like I had a mullet. Some women can pull off this look, but me, nope. No can do.

Lucky magazine has some great ideas for easy hot weather hairstyles. No fuss, fast, and super cute. Two of them are like air conditioner for the neck.

There's the braid. Oh we love the braid here at CafeMom. So feminine and pretty. Lucky says to go with the messy braid and spray it with a leave-on conditioner for a light hold.

And who doesn't love a low ponytail? Lucky calls this look a classic. Polish the look with a shine serum at the ends. We also love pigtails.

Want wavy beach hair? Lucky has the secret. It involves some salt and conditioner. Check out their recipe to get mermaid pretty waves. PS: This works great on unwashed hair. I spritz, twist up when applying my makeup, then take it down about 15 minutes later for a messy wave.

What's your favorite way to wear your hair in summer?

Filed Under: beauty, hair, summer survival

Comments

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  • sstepph
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    sstepph

    June 30, 2009 at 10:01 AM

    I have long thick hair, so its usually a low pony and a scarf.. or at the beach a messy bun & a scarf to keep all loose ends back!


  • Lumin...
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    LuminousMom

    June 30, 2009 at 6:18 PM

    ooh the braid is pretty! I wish I had someone around that could help me though.. I tend to make a mess of it.


  • willo...
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    willowthequeen

    July 7, 2009 at 2:02 PM

    uhm..... I see no "recipe" when I click on the link.  Am I missing something?!?!

    shrugging


  • coppe...
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    copperswifey

    June 27, 2012 at 7:10 PM

    I pull it up in a pony tail. :)


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