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The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

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We know that going to the gym and getting our bodies moving is important for overall health. But, all that sweating and hard work doesn’t mean our hair has to look like a hot mess! We asked YOU, our loyal BeautyStat readers: How would you wear your hair to a spin class?

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung PonytailsThe 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

Luca Blandi & Antoinette Beenders

Your answer: messy buns, French braids and tight ponytails! We asked Luca Blandi, Senior Stylist at the Oscar Blandi Salon and Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders how to get the best gym hairstyle looks for your next Zumba class, run in the park or spin class.

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Read on to see how to get each look with easy, step-by-step instructions. Also, find out some of the best hair products to use to achieve each look! Now, go get your sweat on! Don’t worry! Your hair will look cute. We promise!

Luca Blandi suggests these easy-to-follow steps to achieve each hair look:

Stylish Braid

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

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Step 1: French-braid hair along one side of your head.
Step 2: End braid at the back of the head.
Step 3: Gather all loose hair and pull to opposite side so it’s sleek – connect all into a back ponytail (or continue braiding).
Step 4: Add a headband to catch flyaways.

Tight Bun

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

Step 1: Gel hair to keep it sleek and hold any loose strands.
Step 2: Pull it into a ponytail with a firm scrunchy or hair tie, then twist hair around the tie.
Step 3: Using bobby pins, secure the ends in tightly.

Fun ponytail

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

Step 1: Gather hair to one side·
Step 2: Following the natural fall of your hair, secure your ponytail that naturally hangs low.

 Oscar Blandi Post Workout Styling Kit

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

This set contains all the gym bag essentials necessary to refresh and rework hair after a workout – no washing required. The ultimate do-over for dirty, sweaty hair, this easy three-step system extends the life of your style so you can get on with your day.

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1. CLEANSE dry hair with Pronto Dry Shampoo Powder ($21.00) to eliminate build-up and boost volume (sweaty strands should be mostly dry before application).

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

2. RESTYLE with Pronto Dry Styling Heat Protect Spray ($23.00) to safeguard hair from hot tools while maintaining hold.

3. FINISH with Pronto Instant Glossing Cream ($21.00) to enhance shine and control flyaways so hair looks and feels freshly styled. Set is $25.00, available at www.blandiproducts.com.

The 3 Best Gym Hairstyle Looks, Photos 2013, 2014: Messy Buns, French Braids, Tight, Low-Slung Ponytails

Photography By Jon Gurinsky For Aveda

Aveda Global Creative Director Antoinette Beenders creates an easy-to-wear “post-dance” ballerina bun.

Step 1: Prep hair with Aveda Pure Abundance Style Prep ($24.00), using fingers to comb through.

Step 2: Flip head over and rake Aveda Light Elements Texturizing Creme ($24.00) throughout hair with fingers, avoiding the hairline.

Step 3: Finger-comb hair into a ponytail at the top of the head and pull straight up. Begin twisting tail and continue to twist hair into a loose bun and secure with an elastic.

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Step 4: Pin at the base of the bun to secure to head.

Step 5: Spray with Aveda Air Control Hair Spray ($24.00) to set, and massage at the side to loosen slightly.

How do you beautynistas wear your hair when working out? What do you think of these hair looks?

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  1. Meena Ramchandani

    i tie my hair in a ponytail or bun to keep it off my face! i would love to win!!!!

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