Dry shampoo does not always have to be used for greasy hair. Here are 5 ingenious hairstyles for oily hair that perfectly hide a greasy approach.
You have a hairline that regreases quickly, but you don’t feel like washing your hair every day? Then you are exactly right here. Fortunately, in addition to dry shampoo, there are also a few ingenious styling tricks with which you can easily hide greasy hair.
We'll show you the best hairstyles for oily hair where oily hair doesn't stand out at all - or is even beneficial.
Do you prefer to have your hair tied up when it looks greasy? Then you might like the bubble bun. It offers the perfect upgrade to a boring ponytail and is still styled in no time.
Tie your hair in a braid. Then, depending on the length of your hair, wrap more hair ties down around the braid. If you want an elegant look, it is best to use elastic bands in a uniform color, for example, black or beige. Eye-catching hair clips or bobby pins, for example, set with pearls or rhinestones, come into their own with the bubble bun.
The half-bun trend has been with us for a number of years. No wonder, because it offers a stylish way to keep your hair out of your face and still be able to wear your hair open. Because the top and front sections of hair are tied back, the hairstyle is also very suitable for concealing a greasy hairline.
First of all, comb your hair properly. Then use the brush to comb the strands of hair that fall to the side of the face and the hair on top of the head backward. There you tie it in a pigtail but don't pull the hair all the way through the hair tie, creating a loose loop. Finished!
If you want the half-bun to appear a little more voluptuous, you can first tie the front and top sections of hair back in a braid and then wrap it around the elastic. Fix the hair there with a couple of bobby pins or another elastic band.
Even with a half-open braided hairstyle, a greasy hairline is not noticeable at all. And best of all: this look is not only suitable for a long mane but works just as well on medium-length and short hair - whether straight or curly does not matter either.
First, tuck the section of hair back with a hair clip that you want to wear open. Now braid the first braid over the ear over a length of approx. 10 centimeters, as close as possible to the head and fix it with a thin, transparent elastic band. You place the second braid exactly above the first. Now loosen the hair clip and freshen up the open side with a little dry shampoo. Finished!
For a low bun, a slightly greasy approach is even beneficial. As a result, the desired sleek look succeeds much better, which makes this hairstyle appear particularly elegant.
The first step is to comb your hair in a neat ponytail at the nape of the neck. Then twist it into a bun and secure it with bobby pins. Alternatively, you can use a scrunchie elastic.
Tip: With the low bun, sparkling statement earrings come into their own.
The herringbone braid is a real classic when it comes to hairstyling and, admittedly, a hairstyle for advanced users. It works best when the hair is not freshly washed, but rather stringy and has a nice grip. How you want to wear the herringbone braid is entirely up to you, because a greasy approach is perfectly concealed in each variant.
A look that is currently trendy is to first tie the hair in a high ponytail à la Ariana Grande and then braid the braid downwards. Another option is to start braiding right away and let the herringbone braid fall loosely over one shoulder.
One last important thing: The subject of hairstyling is always very individual. Only you can judge for yourself whether the tips and hairstyles we have described work for you. Our styling ideas and hacks should serve as inspiration - what you make of them is entirely up to you.
We hope you enjoy re-styling!