The rains can mean testing times for your hair. Hair fall, hair breakage and frizzy hair are a common phenomenon this season. Worse, it’s during this time that you also face dandruff and other scalp infections that can create havoc for your hair and increase the number of bad hair days you have to deal with. While the solution sure lies in adopting an effective hair care routine, you can also ensure that your hair doesn’t get wet or is tied up when you step out in the rains. Want to know what are the updos you can try out? Here’s a low-down...
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Before you get on with hairstyles for the rainy season, we suggest adopting a hair care regime with cleansing products that will leave your hair nourished and healthy. Sunsilk Lusciously Thick and Long Shampoo and Conditioner. This range is enriched with Keratin Yoghurt Nutria-Complex, which has the power to nourish your hair from the root to the tip!

 

Ballerina bun

Ballerina bun

Ballerina buns are absolutely adorable. An easy hairstyle, this bun is created by swirling your hair at the back. You can either go for a super low ballerina bun or have it on slightly below the centre of the head. Not only will this help in keeping your hair from getting wet but it will also allow you to stay stylish during this season.

 

Cuff buns

Cuff buns

It doesn’t get cooler than this—a bun adorned with a cuff as a hair accessory. Just tie a top knot and add a metal bun cuff for effect to create this perfect updo. We promise—it won’t take more than 5 minutes to get this one in place.

 

Crown braided bun

Crown braided bun

Sure, the crown braided bun might take a bit of your time but it’s totally worth it! An updo that is created with a braid along your crown, which creates a halo-like effect, this hairdo is a must-try for the rainy season.

 

Double buns

Double buns

Think you’re ballsy enough to take on a cool hairdo? Try every music fest’s favourite hairdo, the double buns. Perfect for the times you’re running late for a concert on a rainy evening, double buns look uber cool when adorned with cute elastic bands.

 

Side updo

Side updo

Think the rains bring out your romantic side? Well, try a romantic cute hairstyle in the form of a side bun. You can add flowers to the look if you’re headed for a formal do or keep the look simple if it’s just an evening out on a rainy day.

 

Scarf updo

Scarf updo

Remember how we told you scarf hairstyles were a major rage? The good news is that they’re still quite the coveted hairstyles amongst hair experts. Not only will they save you from hair fall during the rains but they’re also the perfect route to making a style statement.

 

Pretzel bun

Pretzel bun

An upgrade to the regular chignon, pretzel buns is a fun way of creating a messy bun. Usually tied low and on one side of the head, this hair bun is fast becoming a fave when it comes to wedding hairstyles.