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Pretty workout hair you can do by yourself

 

Sick of wearing your plain-jane pony to the gym? Well, now you don’t have to! Try rocking one of these adorbs (but super easy) hairstyles for your next workout.

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    Bubble pony

    A regular pony is fine and dandy, but a bubble pony really gets the job done—especially for babes with longer locks. When running or moving around, sometimes a reg ’tail can fly in your face or just feel gross on your back. A bubble pony keeps the hair contained so your strands aren’t all over the place… plus, it’s pretty darn cute. Jazz it up by layering the rubber bands with funky hair bows. This will add flair and ensure that each bubble stays secure.

    Get the look:

    Snag the step-by-step tutorial at myshineproject.com

    Happy Bow Set $15, bandtz.com

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    Triple band bun

    A messy bun is the ultimate workout go-to, but updos aren’t always so simple for girls with uber thick hair. When put up, thick hair drops, falls and if you’re a curly girl, then frizzy fly aways are always falling down in your face. This style is different because instead of one headband, it calls for 3. That’s triple the style and triple the strength.

    Get the look:

    Snag the step-by-step tutorial at loxabeauty.com

    Picot Headband $8, bandtz.com 

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    Braided pigtail buns

    Upgrade your preschool pigtails to something a little more chic. This ‘do is super easy; all you need is a few cute bobby pins to pin your braids into buns (you can also use the bobbies to pin back shorter pieces on the sides). Not only does this style look amazing, it also ties back all of your hair so you won’t have to deal with it while you work out. The bonus: When you take it down after your sweat sesh, prepare for super luxe waves (we’re talkin’ mermaid-worthy curls here, people!).

    Get the look:

    Snag the step-by-step tutorial at wikihow.com

    Girl Talk Bobbi Pin Set $15, shopbando.com

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by Laurise McMillian | 2/1/2016
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