The benefits of working out are too many to list. Apart from keeping your body healthy and fit, it also helps reduce stress and releases toxins through sweat. The only downside or icky part of working out is the sweaty mess it leaves you with. While taking a bath is absolutely essential, it's not always possible to shampoo and blow dry your hair after every workout session.

If you often complain about how disastrous your hair looks post-workout, we are here to help. Below are five tips that will keep your hair looking great even after an intense sweat sesh!


01. Prepare before the session

Prepare before the session

Whether you visit the gym or prefer working out at home, prepare your hair before the workout session so you don’t have to put in a lot of effort later. An easy way to do this is by spraying a dry shampoo like the Dove Fresh & Floral Dry Shampoo on your scalp, especially around the hairline. This will soak up the sweat and prevent your hair from becoming a sticky mess.


02. Keep hair off your face

Keep hair off your face

Opt for a hairstyle that keeps hair off your face. Throw your hair into a top knot and secure it with an elastic. If you have long hair, braid it and then tie it into a bun. This will prevent your hair from getting that ugly dent, instead you will get effortless waves.


03. Turn it into a great hairstyle

Turn it into a great hairstyle

Another way to turn sweaty hair into a great hairstyle is to spritz some sea salt spray. It’s a great way to get those beachy waves in minutes. After spraying the product, tilt your head and give your tresses a good scrunch.


04. Rinse your bangs

Rinse your bangs

If you have bangs, chances are you spend a lot of time post workout trying to get your hair in place. Here’s a trick that will save you a lot of time. Rinse your bangs or short hair around the face after the workout session, then blow dry using the cool setting to make it look fresh.


05. Go for a sleek ponytail

Go for a sleek ponytail

If your hair is dripping with sweat, the above mentioned tips are not going to work. However, you can save time by not having to restyle it completely. Give your blow dryer a break and do this instead. After rinsing your hair, apply a little styling gel to your hair and tie a low, tight ponytail.