On rainy days we have no choice but to tie our hair in a ponytail or bun. So that you don't run out of inspiration, here are 18 super pretty braids that are perfect for bad weather.
We hate days like this: it's cold and pouring rain. The high humidity not only ensures that our clothes get wet, our hair unwantedly curls and sticks out in all directions. That doesn't have to be the case too! Luckily we found great braid hairstyles that will withstand even the worst of rain showers. Here are 16 pretty ideas on how to tie your hair up on a rainy day.
If nothing really works, then you just make a top knot. Styled as beautifully as here with blogger Michelle Madsen, it actually looks really great.
Anyone can do a simple ponytail - it depends on how you tie it. Influencer Leonie Hanne, for example, ties hers together with delicate silver wire for a special effect. Super cool right?
Scrunchies are very popular again! Then why only wear them at home? The cool elastic band can also be helpful on rainy days, namely to tame the voluminous bun.
On rainy days, pretty hair clips and hair accessories can also help tame the wild hair. We find this variant particularly pretty: a high bun and two pearl clips on the neck.
We think this bun variant is great too! On windy and rainy days, simply braid a strand in the neck - for a special effect, you are welcome to work in a ribbon - and wrap it strictly upwards into a bun. Super cool!
But no elastic band with you? No problem! There is also a solution for this. Simply put your hair in the collar to protect it a little from the moisture. Even looks cool as this street-style look proves.
Top model Gigi Hadid shows us how. And what Gigi can wear, we can already do it for a long time. As a lady, you can now wear a cap again. On rainy days, it comes in handy!
This variant works similarly to Gigi's look: simply pull on a transparent rain hat. Incidentally, this headgear was THE hit among fashion girls last winter.
There will come days when you just don't feel like styling an elaborate bun. It can also be the "I don't care" look. Simply knot the long whale mane into a bun, no matter how neat it is, and off into the rain.
Ponytails don't always need to be tied. In bad weather, you can simply clamp your hair together with a large, wide hair clip.
... of course, there can be. And it works wonderfully with all hair lengths. With long and short hair. Put the elastic in and you're done!
Blogger Tezza likes to wear a twisted bun on rainy days. The braid is tied deep in the neck and the long strands are then wrapped around and pinned. It couldn't be any cooler!
We especially love this hairstyle for rainy days: the deep ponytail. It is tied very tightly at the bottom of the neck. A little tip: a little hairspray or hair gel can help to make the hair even closer.
We have known for a long time that the bandana can be used in many ways. We haven't seen it in this form that often. Here the scarf was simply wrapped around the twisted ponytail.
If you really don't feel like styling your hair at all, you just put on a hat to protect your head from the common wetness from above. With these cool ideas in mind, the next rainy weekend can come, girls. We are armed!