You don't often see sports and glamorous hair in the same sentence. Most sports make you sweat and leave your hair looking greasy. But don't panic, there are ways to hide this effect. Find yourself a feminine, post-sport hairstyle!
Your post-sport hairstyle will depend on the length of your hair. "Whatever exercise you're doing, it's best to tie up your hair. If you have long hair, opt for a ponytail, a braid
or a chignon. If you have short hair, a hairband or hair pins will do."
Lots of women exercise during their lunch break when it's not always easy to wash your hair afterwards. "Dry shampoo
is a must-have tool for this. Not only does it reduce the greasy look, it also shapes your hair. If you've tied your hair up for sport, take it down then apply dry shampoo. This will give you an extra day's wear! If you have short hair, apply a little dry shampoo and gel for a more on-trend wet-look
effect. Always plan ahead for your post-sport hairstyle!"
If you don't wash your hair straight after exercising, make sure you do in the evening. Sweat can be bad for your scalp. "It blocks pores and stops your hair from ridding itself of the waste it accumulates during exercise. Sweat can also alter your hair's pH." Our tip: Frizz
is often a woman's biggest enemy after exercising. "Once you've finished exercising, whether you wash your hair in the shower or using dry shampoo, get rid of frizz using a brush and gel to reduce their volume. © Pixelformula/Burberry prêt-à-porter show, Spring-Summer 2013 © Jean Louis David