|My Favorite Beach Hat|
A top french braid or front braid will keep my hair out of my face. I don't wear my hat when I go in the water so these styles will look chic and keep my hair out of my face.
|French Braid - source|
|Front Braid - via The Beauty Department|
Pig tails or a side braid will work on the beach and after the beach. If I let my hair dry while wearing braids, I'll have loose waves when I take them down.
|Lauren's Side Braid - from The Beauty Department|
Instead of fighting the texture I'll get from the ocean and wind, I'll use it to my advantage and go for a messy pony tail or a messy up do. If I add a flower to my messy up do, it will look more polished for evening.
|Use Beachy Texture - Create a Messy Pony|
|Use Beachy Texture and a Flower - Create a Messy Updo for Evening|
I have really straight, non-curly hair. Usually to get waves I need to use a curling iron or hot rollers. Since I'm not bringing those with me, I could use my damp beach hair to create pretty waves. I love the tutorial from Maegan of ...love Maegan on using a soft headband to create waves. I've used butterfly clips many times to create waves.
|Roll Damp Hair in a Headband for Loose Waves - from ...love Maegan|
|Create Waves Using Butterfly Clips - Instructions Here|
How do you style your hair at the beach?