On pleasant sunny days its a shame not to travel your daily routes by bike. It’s a good exercise for you and good for the environment too. Unfortunately, the safety measures required for biking or cycling aren’t good for your hair.
Wearing a helmet tends to flatten and mess up most hairstyles you choose to do. This is not a problem if you’re out for a casual bike ride, but it is a serious problem when you need to go to work or hang out with friends.
Now, you no longer have to leave your bike at home or risk your safety for the sake of style, because here you’ll learn how to do 15 awesome hairstyles that will stay the same even after wearing a helmet.
#1.Elegant Twisted Bun
Let’s start with a professional slick hairstyle.
This low twisty bun is elegant and easy, giving you a clean-cut look for the office, without a strand out of place after your long ride.
#2. Criss-Cross Braided Pony
A little more intricate, but worthwhile hairstyle.
With braids and twisted strands, this hairstyle is both bohemian and fancy.
#3. Half-Crown Hairstyle
A classic braided half-up hairstyle for when you’re in a hurry, but want to look good.
Two slim French braids from the sides that come together and overlap at the back is a chic look that will stay in place no matter what.
#4. Bubble Braids
Here are some pigtails that seem childish, yet anyone can wear.
Nice inverted side braids ending with bubble pigtails. Interesting and great for biking.
#5. Messy Ballerina Bun
The ballerina bun has always been considered one of the more graceful hairstyles.
Let it loose a bit and you get a stylish messy hairstyle for a fabulous day.
#6. Waterfall Braid Bun
Wow everyone when you tell them that you look this good despite arriving by bike.
This dignified hairstyle is less complicated than it looks and is durable enough to be worn under a helmet.
#7. Slick Vixen Ponytail
While riding or cycling you’ll look like you have a generic ponytail.
The surprise in this hairstyle lies under the helmet, with a nice foxy twist that will turn heads.
#8. Double Twist Ponytail
The fastest way to give some flair to a ponytail is to do a pull-through.
To make it extra special with minimal effort, you can try this double pony double twist, giving you a nice knotty look in minutes.
#9. Tuck And Cover French Braid
An ornate hairstyle with a hidden beauty in more ways than one.
The updo can be done swiftly with the use of a headband, which is then hidden further with the lovely inside-out french braided half-crown.
#10. Side Twist-Braid Bun
Anyone can do a twist braid, but this is how you turn it into a posh and sporty updo.
Whit an easy twist into a side bun, you’ll get a splendid outdoor and indoor hairdo.
#11. Inside-Out Braided Ponytail
Here is a neat side pony to try.
An inside-out braid going from the top of the head to the bottom on one side, ending with a ponytail with a few strands wrapped around the base.
#12. Low Twisted Bun
Here is what you can do when you want your hair to be neat and full of volume after you’re done biking.
Twist your hair and tuck it into a bun. Let the hair loose after you remove the helmet and no one will ever know the difference.
#13. Twisted Side Ponytail
Another side pony with a twist. Literally.
By twisting strands of hair from one side of the back of the neck to the other ending in a ponytail you get a fancy looking low updo that will stay perfect under any helmet.
#14. Knotted Ponytail
Just like the pull-through ponytail, this is a great alternative when you don’t have a scrunchy.
Just like lace, tie two halves of your hair in a few knots and you’re ready to roll.
#15. Three Twisted Buns
Like we already said, the bun is a favorite classic hairstyle.
So, why stop at one when you can have a nicer looking updo by twisting three buns in a row?