Eye-Catching Summer Hairstyles That Can Help You Stay Cool

Temperatures are finally rising. As a result, you’re undoubtedly seeking for simple ways to remain cool. Sure, you can wear your fave strappy tank and cutoffs with a charming summer dress. Or even your new romper. However, the easiest approach to avoid sweating is to wear cool summer haircuts. The good news is that you don’t have to rely on your normal ponytail or ballerina bun to keep cool in the summer.

You may elevate your summer appearance by experimenting with runway and celebrity-inspired variations on classic hairstyles. There are so many choices, from incorporating vintage accessories like claw clips and comb headbands to doubling up on ‘dos. Not to mention all of the different methods to show off elegant or even sloppy top knots. You’ll be pleased to learn that many of these cool summer hairstyles are quite simple to achieve. And the majority of them don’t take that long to complete.

So you’ll be able to keep your hair off your neck without breaking a sweat during the heat wave – and beyond. See below for some eye-catching summer hairstyles that can help you stay cool while appearing hot this summer.

Roll your locks into a middle pony, then secure with an elastic. Tuck the tail under the elastic to create a loop for extra ventilation.

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Make a classic low bun super fancy by rolling the ends of your Dutch braid.

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Make your top knot stand out by letting some strands and your baby hairs bring attention to your face.

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Keep strands in check by slipping on a wide headband to punctuate a tousled updo. Keep things casual by favoring some face-framing tendrils.

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Slightly twist the strands on one side of your head, then lift the ends and secure them with a barrette behind your ear. Repeat on the other side.

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Situate your polished top knot off-center for a sleek yet unexpected twist. Add smoothing serum to your locks, then divide the strands into a ponytail at the temple and another at the crown. Gather the two together in front to form a tight knot.

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Give your neck some breathing room by sweeping your locks to the side in a low pony. Let the ear on the tail side peek out for added fashion cred.

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Loosen up a tight bun by twisting and pinning a solitary tendril on one side of your face.

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Break out the claw clips of your youth (if you still have them) and use them to secure your locks for the easiest summer hairstyle ever.

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Opt for an upside down French braid. Instead of gathering the top into a ponytail, wrap your locks into a messy bun.

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Try this twist on the classic low pony.

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Put the squeeze on your pony by encasing it in a leather ribbon. Wrap it from the base almost to the end, leaving a bit free for a relaxed finish.

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Who says chignons have to be perfect? Soft roll one side of your hair and don’t be afraid to leave a few strands loose.

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Simply pull your hair into a loop on top of your head. Leave your ends free for a balanced look.

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Because two ponies are better than one, especially wrapped up with colorful elastics. Once you’ve fashioned your hair into the ponies, one at the top and one at the bottom, draw loops through the hair ties for this summer hairstyle.

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Combine a bun and a braided pony to make passersby do a double take. Bonus points if you make the braid jut out as opposed to lying flush against your scalp (it’ll also keep your neck cooler).

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Attention short-haired ladies: don’t just pull what little hair you have back into a bun. Add a mop of curls up top for an edgy finish a la Kristen Stewart.

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For this summer hairstyle, pile braids at the nape of your neck, but add some volume up top with a mini faux hawk.

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Pull your hair back into a tousled bun and rake back your locks in front with a classic zigzag headband.

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For a sleek go-to summer hairstyle, side part your strands, then gather them into a low bun at the nape of your neck.

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