Workout Hairstyles | ZALA Hair Extensions

Want your hair up and out of the way when working out, but still want to look cute? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve served up 3 workout hairstyles that’ll get your hair out of your face when you’re at the gym, without sacrificing your style.

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WORKOUT HAIRSTYLES – #1

DOUBLE DUTCH BRAIDS

First up, our fave look for working out – double dutch braids! This style is perfect for keeping long hair out of the way and secured in place whilst you’re exercising. Not to mention, it seriously looks so cool and goes perfect with work out wear. What we love even more about this style for the gym is that you can STILL wear your ZALA clip in hair extensions for added length & thickness. Yep, that’s right! You can say goodbye to sad braids at the gym with this look! Check out our full tutorial below to see how.

WORKOUT HAIRSTYLES – #2

GYM BUNNY

Of course, one of our go-to workout hairstyles, buns! They’re super quick, easy to achieve and keep you cool by getting every bit of hair off your back. Keep it casual with a quick, topknot or if you want to up your workout hair game, why not try these super cute double buns for a little extra touch?

WORKOUT HAIRSTYLES – #3

PERFECT PONYTAIL

Lastly, the perfect ponytail! We love a good bouncy ponytail, with loads of length and volume. If you’re wanting your ponytail on point for the gym, put down your clip ins and say hello to our premium range of tape hair extensions! One of the most common questions we get at ZALA is, “I live an active hairstyle, can I still wear hair extensions?” The answer is YES, with the correct method & care! Our tape range is ideal for working out in, as they’re super lightweight in the hair for everyday length and volume. Just be sure to always wash your hair as soon as possible with a good quality, sulphate free shampoo and conditioner then finish off with a leave in conditioner.

Have a good hair day, EVERY day at the gym with ZALA tape hair extensions. Shop the full range HERE.

 

PUBLISHED 16TH JUNE 2017

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