Haircuts for Rainy Season: 10 Ideas You Can Try

All Things Hair Team | 07 August 2019
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Don’t let the new season rain on your parade. Rain-proof your look with these 10 haircuts for rainy season.

The rainy season is here! It’s finally time to take out those boots and rock that jacket you’ve been saving for this weather. But before you hit the streets and sing under the rain, maybe it’s also time to get a haircut for the rainy season to complete your look.

Yes, we know—it’s frizz season, and probably no-ligo season. But hey, a good haircut and hairstyle can actually let you get away with frizzy or unwashed hair. And so, we’ve listed 5 rain-proof ideas you can try for your next haircut for rainy season.



Haircuts for Rainy Season



1. Short, layered bob

Haircuts for rainy season: Closeup shot of a woman with short layered blonde hair wearing a gray top against a gray background
Your hair could also use some layers for this weather. Credit: Shutterstock

Take advantage of your frizz and waves with a short, layered bob. It’s the go-to haircut for copping the messy chic look perfect for the cold weather and styling your unwashed hair.

TRESemmé Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo

Editor’s tip: You can keep your hair clean even without water. Use the TRESemmé Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo to remove oil and dirt when you skip a hair wash or two.

2. Medium layered bob

Best haircuts for different face shapes: Closeup shot of an Asian woman with dark lob wearing a light pink sweater
Layers help add bounce to an otherwise flat ‘do. Credit: Shutterstock

You don’t have to pepper your bob with a lot of layers. You can keep the layers at the bottom part of your hair to give your hair bounce, as the moisture in the air during the rainy season can make your hair limp.

3. Lob

Haircuts for rainy season: Asian woman with blunt ombre bob hairstyle
A tousled lob that sways with the monsoon winds. Credit: Shutterstock

If you prefer a little more length, you can always go for a lob. It’s perfect for simple braid looks and even for carefree waves. A little texture can also make it rainy season-chic.

TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray

Editor’s tip: Carefree looks also need some caring. Spritz some TONI&GUY Sea Salt Texturising Spray for that natural-looking tousled mess look.

4. Short pixie

Haircuts for rainy season: Asian woman with a shirt pixie, wearing a black lace top
While the rain pours down, your hair tips can go up. Credit: Getty Images.

Who said the short pixie is only for the summer? This haircut is also perfect for the rainy season. Aside from the fact that it’s really to style (or not style), it’s a smart way to avoid all the frizz in this weather!

Cream Silk Standout Straight Leave-On Cream

Editor’s tip: Apply some Cream Silk Standout Straight Leave-On Cream on your hair. This non-sticky and ultra-light cream will help make your hair soft, smooth, and shiny with just one drop!

5. Medium bob with bangs

haircuts for rainy season: Asian woman with short dark wavy hair with see through bangs wearing a denim jacket
This season is the perfect time to try on the K-Wave trend see-through bangs. Credit: Hariono Halim

If you’ve been wanting that fringe for so long but have been hesitant because of the warm temperature, now nature is giving you the go signal! Full bangs, baby bangs, see-through, or side, you can now sport your bangs the way you’ve always wanted without having to worry about sweat on your forehead messing it up.

TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Serum Conditioner

Editor’s tip: Have your fringe cut with a reasonable length first so you can see how the frizz will react. Use the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Serum Conditioner to keep your fringe frizz-free and manageable. 

6. Lob with bangs

Long bob with bangs: Woman with straight lob with bangs wearing a blue and white
Keep it simple and stylish with a straight lob with bangs. Credit: indigitalimages.com

If you want to go a little longer than a bob with fringe, then a lob with bangs is your best bet. You can keep your lob messy or textured or you can straighten it using a flat iron if you want a polished look.

7. Long locks

Haircuts for rainy season: Asian woman with long dark brown hair wearing a blue cardigan and white dress against a blue background
Grow your locks to cop more looks.

You also have the option to keep and grow your hair. Having long locks gives you a long list of hairstyles and looks you can easily cop. You can try on different braids, updos, half updos, maybe even play with colors.

TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops

Editor’s tip: Keep a bottle of TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops in your purse to you’re always ready to retouch your hair’s shine wherever and whatever the weather.

8. Long layered waves

Haircuts for wavy hair: Asian woman with long black wavy hair wearing a white shirt against a pink background
Layers and waves make for a chic hair combo. Credit Shutterstock

When you have natural waves, your hair already has natural bounce. But naturally wavy hair is prone to frizz, so to keep this under control, get a long layered haircut to help you nail a tousled look.

9. Shoulder length hair

Asian woman with dark shoulder length hair with bangs wearing a striped shirt
Not too long, not too short, shoulder-length hair is perfect if you want that “just right” length. Credit: Natasha Estelle

If you want hair that’s long enough to be styled but still feels light on your head, get a shoulder-length haircut. It is just as versatile as long hair but entails less upkeep. To make it even easier to wear, get layered ends to help control flyaways.

10. Short rebonded hair

Rebonded short hair: Asian woman with short straight blund bob hair
With rebonded short hair, you can easily rock a sleek blunt bob haircut. Credit: Shutterstock

Are you tired of dealing with frizz and unruly hair? Rebonding hair treatment can help spare you from these hair woes for a longer period of time. And since rebonding requires you not to wash your hair after the treatment, the rainy season, when the temperature is colder, is the perfect time to get one.

A change in the weather is also a cue for a change in style. With these 5 easy-to-try ideas, you can now book that appointment with your stylist and cop your new haircut for rainy season!

Next read: Having a challenging time to maintain your straight hair this rainy season? Read these 10 things you can do to keep your straight hair smooth and silky under this weather!