7 Humidity-Proof Hairstyles to Wear All Season Long

When hot and humid conditions take over, it’s not enough to rely on a frizz-reducing serum to tame your tresses. To keep your hair under control, it turns out that choosing a great hairstyle can sometimes be just as important as your styling products.

Starting your day with a humidity-proof hairstyle is a surefire way to stop frizz before it even starts. And thanks to the more recent popularity of ponytails and braids, there are now many easy, DIY-hairstyles that will keep you looking your best all day long. Keep scrolling to check them out.

Girl With Long Brown Hair And Topknot Bun
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The topknot never fails when it comes to battling frizz. The look is super versatile and can be worn half up/half down or pulled completely off the face for more humidity-fighting power. Use a humidity-proof hairspray like OGX Smoothing Shea Sleek Humidity Blocking Hairspray ($7) to keep wispy strands in place.

woman with low bun
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This slicked-back style will help tame any degree of frizz. Keep your low bun extra sleek by using a humidity defying gel that offers strong hold. We like Ouidad's Advanced Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel ($60).

A person braiding half up half down style
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The half braid takes care of the pieces along your face that have a tendency to spring up at the first sign of moisture. Give the look a little extra insurance with a dab of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream ($13).

Woman With Side Braid

You can never go wrong with a quick and easy side braid. This fun style keeps your hair off of your neck and face, leaving you both cool and frizz-free throughout the day. Top the look off with a decorative headband ($10) if you're feeling fancy

Woman With Cornrows Or Boxer Braids
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Double braided cornrows are a beautiful style to keep your hair pulled back, out of your face, and in place—perfect for whatever the forecast brings. A comb like Diane's Ionic Anti-Static Rat Tail Comb ($3) will help you section your hair off for easy braiding.

Woman braiding wet hair
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If the conditions are really bad, why even bother with dry hair? Instead, embrace the wet look, and pull your hair back into a messy low braid. Tie it off at the base of your neck with an elastic hair tie like this one from Goody ($4), and let the tail run free. 

woman with high bun
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Never underestimate the wonders of a good bun. A few strategically placed Conair bobby pins ($2) and a little natural texture make this high bun work in any weather. 

Do you have any anti-humidity hair tricks? Share them below!

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