Are you a fan of jogging, yoga, fitness or even boxing? Whether you are a sports addict or simply a beginner, discover these 3 hairstyles you can try out. You can keep your hair perfectly tied back whilst looking more stylish than ever!
A very high ponytail
This is the best way of keeping your hair back, whilst showing off your lengths. This hairstyle is ideal for long hair, whatever its texture. To create this look, gather your hair at the top of your head using a flat brush. Then tie it up using a transparent hair tie. Just like our model, you can also move your tied-up style slightly to one side to get a side ponytail. Above all, do not over-tighten the ponytail as you must feel 100% at ease during your sports session! To finish, apply Fix Spray to ensure maximum hold.
A top knot
Play the elegance card by opting for this XXL chignon bun . It has a very practical side too… once your hair is tide up, it won’t bother you for hours. This tied-up hairstyle is perfect for making you feel relaxed, for a dance class or yoga session. However, your hair must be a certain length, at least down to your collar bone. To achieve this hairstyle, work with perfectly detangled hair. Then form a high ponytail, before placing a donut at its base. Then wrap your lengths around it to hide your accessory. Fix it with as many hairpins as you require and finish off with the all essential hairspray.
A tied-up hairstyle with sleek braids
In 2016, sleek plaits are quite simply essential. Whether you try out cornrows or combine them with another tied-up hairstyle, such as a fishtail braid chignon , you are bound to be the height of fashion! That’s why the Jean Louis David Style Bar offers you a plaited half-ponytail as part of its Spring-Summer 2016 collection . Feel free to visit your salon to try out this hairstyle which will give you an urban, sophisticated and modern look.