14 Awesome Hairstyles for Winter Months

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Awesome Hairstles

Come winter, and it draws heavily on delicate tresses of a girl. Blizzards, rough winds, sleet all contribute towards causing damage to your hair. Albeit, it’s a challenging time for your regular hair care products, and one might want to switch to an alternate option like using Ayurvedic hair oil products for extra nourishment and strength to your hair follicles. While you can always add an extra layer of protection using a scarf or a beanie, it does make sense to invest in a hairstyle that can withstand the rough weather and still make you look fab. If it’s anything, one should refrain from using any kind of hair tools like blow dryers and curlers or keep it at a minimum level. Starting from classic curls to twisted updos, here’s a look at some of the best hairstyles for the winter months. 

Twisted Ponytails 

French Twisted Ponytail

One can never go wrong with ponytails. They have always been in vogue and shall continue to be the same, come what may. A twisted ponytail is one such variation that can serve to be an excellent hairstyle for winter. It not only makes your hair stay tight and save from flying but also add a touch of elegance to your overall personality. Make sure you use your hairspray to an optimum amount.

Knots

Hair Knots

From winter formals to festive wears, knots are a great and easy option for anyone who doesn’t want to invest a lot of time after their hair. All you need to do is to embrace your natural hair and use a high shine cream and then tie them to one semi messy bun. You might as well pull the hair drown on the front to achieve a “side-swept “look.

Waves 

Finger Waves

Waves are an all-rounder hairstyle that fits every season. All you need is a good quality blow dryer, a flat iron, and a round brush.

 Messy Buns

Messy Buns

When everyone is rocking the messy bun this winter, stand out in the crowd by adding artistic features to it. Start by straightening your hair and pull it towards the top and leave the part as it is. Now, make a ponytail as you do but leave to pull the hair part ways, thus leaving a part hanging down.

 Corkscrew Curls

Corkscrew Curls

This particular hairstyle has stood the test of time and has been an absolute favorite for many celebrities. Plus, if you are planning to wear a hat, corkscrew curls look just great right under it.

 Cheerleader Ponytails

 Cheerleader Ponytails

Ah! Your favorite ponytail, with a twist. Begin with curling your hair with the help of a big sized hairband and pull your hair all the up, which looks great when you plan on wearing a turtleneck sweater this winter.

 Thin Braids 

Thin Braids

A slick braid is seemingly one of the best possible hairstyles to wear this winter as it can withstand the roughest winds of the month and continue to look awesome.

Side Swept Bangs

Side Swept Bangs

A great hairstyle for anyone who wants to sport greasy bangs after they have applied a little amount of dry shampoo to help revive the overall texture. Follow it up with a pair of bobby pins or a barrette to hold the back of your hair in place.

Ribbon Pony

Ribbon Ponytail

Rekindle your French spirit from deep within as you tie your hair into a ribbon pony. It works great for hair that turns rough during the winter months. After you have tied your hair with the ribbon, stick something thin and contemporary to stand out.

Half-Up High And Low Top Knots 

 Top Knot

A great solution for anyone who’s hair is in a mess. And guess what. This hairstyle looks all the way appropriate if you are heading out for a party or wanna get a drink with your favorite gals by your side. It fits right for hair of any length but especially looks cute on short and medium length hair as the bun can always be kept small.

 As the name suggests, the low knot is just the opposite of your high knot and applies to those who prefer to wear their hair neat. It’s traditional yet all the way pretty and works great if you have curly or wavy hair, naturally.

Beach Waves

Beach Waves

Come rain or shine; one can’t seem to do without beach waves, right? Sure, it takes time to dry your hair, but as long as you have taken a shower the night before, you should have your waves right and get dry just in time.

Side Braids (Twisted)

Side Braids (Twisted)

Got thick and long hair? Don’t worry. Here’s another classic style for you. Forget those boring ponytails. Up your game with a twisted side braid, this is not only easy to achieve but also great to flaunt!

Side Braided Buns

Side Braided Buns

If you totally love the idea of side braids but still prefer a bun, this is an effortless look to score for winter months. Side braided buns are great for any casual invitations during winter evenings and can be worn with just about any kind of dress.

 Dutch Boxer Braids

Dutch Boxer Braids

If you adore your sporty side or want all your hair to stand out from your face, Dutch boxer braid is an excellent option for you. If you have been a fan of French braids, you will surely fall in love with this style.

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