Gorgeous and Easy Hairstyles for Camping

If you’re like me, you cringe at the thought of your hair on a 4 or 5 day camping trip every summer. The lack of showers, hot tents, humidity and more of natures wicked elements tormenting your luscious locks. Well, don’t fear, here are a few really simple ways to style and tame your hair so you can enjoy your trip worry free.

Low Messy Side Braid

Brush your hair over your part to one side of your head. Separate hair into 3 parts and braid loosely. Use a hair tie to keep the braid in place. If hair is layered, use bobby pins to secure it to the other side.

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Messy Side Bun

Grab all of your hair and hold it to one side of your head, close to your neck. Scrunch up your hair with your other hand and use a hair tie to keep it together in a messy ball. Use bobby pins to attach the outer sides of the bun to your head to keep it secure.

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Messy Up-do

Divide top half of hair and bottom half, separate top half with a clip. Tease bottom half for volume. Twist 2 inches of hair from the bottom together and tuck up at the nape of your neck. Secure with bobby pins. Let down top half of hair and twist or pull back into the secured hair to create a messy effect. Leave some pieces in front to complete the look.

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These are a few simple ways to keep your hair up in the heat, to keep you looking clean and fresh with a bit of edge.

Don’t forget to share this with your friends and comment below to let me know how to works out for you!

Guest blogger, Angela

 

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