The thermometer had been rather mild this winter, but the tide has turned.
Blame it on Gérard, then Fien, for the storms that are damaging the weather.
Cold and rain are on the way.
Under these conditions, it is not easy to know how to do your hair.
We can forget the brushing which is just waiting for a gust to deflate.
Or the wavy whose spring will not withstand a downpour.
So what are the best options?
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The bun, the unstoppable ally
Faced with inclement weather conditions, it is better to bet on sure values.
Hairstyles well drawn to prevent the locks from escaping, that's what to ensure a safe arrival at the office.
The easy-to-make ballerina bun or the braided one will be perfect.
Just like the high bun which will allow you to associate it with a hood.
Moreover, Delphine Courteille recently explained to us that the dancer's bun was done quite easily on wet hair.
So why hesitate?
What hairstyle to adopt in case of rain and wind?
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Braids and ponytail to master the situation in style
Another option, the low braid or one that starts from the middle of the back of the skull.
Again, we pull the hair back nicely.
Why not with a parting in the middle or on the side, for a more assertive side.
We also think of the double braid, very trendy in recent seasons and also very practical to accessorize with a rain hat.
Finally, last alternative, the perfectly smooth or even very high ponytail has something to seduce: easy to achieve, it can be restyled in no time if necessary and can even be transformed into a bun in less than five minutes after a downpour.
Finally, the bubble braid presents serious arguments in addition to being a little more original.
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The wet effect, or how to play with the situation
Another big trend on the catwalks: the wet or wet effect.
Mixed with a ponytail or a bun, it is also perfect on a bob.
It holds the hair in place.
And in case of drizzle or rain, just style your hair back to stick to the trend and have that rock je-ne-sais-quoi that sticks to the season.
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Accessorizing, to protect and keep your lengths in place
If you don't want to change your habits, you can bet on a few little tricks to keep your hair in place.
Of course, there are berets, rain hats, caps and other silk scarves that protect the head.
But you can also play on the bars to prevent the hair from escaping and becoming uncontrollable.
Ditto for the headbands which will come to the rescue of the squares.
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Bella Hadid in 2022 in New York.