Best Desert Haircuts for Women
When you’re struggling with heat exceeding well over one hundred degrees, the last thing you want to do is make yourself even hotter. That being said, your hair cut and style will have a huge impact on your comfort levels when it comes to managing the summer heat waves. This list of 5 hairstyles and haircuts for women in a desert climate will ensure you’re feeling cool and comfortable, all while looking ridiculously cute and trendy.
If you can’t seem to part with your longer strands and wish to keep your length, then you’re probably looking for new and cute ideas to style your hair so that it is up and away from your neck and shoulders. Ladies, I happily introduce you to the crown braid.
It’s no secret that braids are extremely popular this year, and we’re seeing braids of every shape and size gracing our eyes everywhere we turn. From the fishtail braid to milkmaid braids, braided updos to side swept wonders, it’s a fact we’re in love with all things braids. But one of the best braided hairstyle for summer- especially in the wicked heat- is of course the crown braid, which pulls up ALL of your locks into a delightful braid that wraps around the head. Fit for a queen, it’s a charming and delicate hairstyle that not only keeps you cool, but leaves you looking flawless.
Creating a crown braid is incredibly easy, although it looks a lot harder than it really is. Don’t fret! With a bit of practice you can conquer the crown braid and have a dazzling look to last all summer. To do a crown braid, simply follow these easy steps:
-Move most of the hair at the front over to a single side.
-Pick up two small strands of hair right at the hairline.
-Twist them together so that the top piece moves to the bottom, while the bottom piece moves to the top.
-Add in some hair to the lower piece.
-Repeat the twist in the same manner. You will be using this same technique around your entire head, so ensure you continue adding hair to the lower strands. Try to keep your hair as tight as possible, as keeping it loose may mean losing your braid altogether.
-Continue around the entire head.
-Make a rope braid at the end of your hair, twisting both strands of hair to the left and then around to the right.
-Secure the ends with an elastic or bobby pins.
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