We’ve all been there: It’s freezing cold and snowing outside so you wearing a hat to keep warm is a non-negotiable, but the last thing you want it to deal with staticky hat hair, a.k.a. one of the most annoying hair issues during the winter! This season, there’s no need to worry. Between pigtail braids and low buns, we have you covered when it comes to easiest, most static-free styles. Keep scrolling to find five beanie hairstyles you can start wearing right now:
5 Easy Beanie Hairstyles
1. Straight Beanie Hairstyles
This style is super simple, but it will ensure you have a smooth silky base for your beanie. Start by spraying your hair with TRESemmé Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray and then brushing through your hair to distribute the product. Next, start straightening sections of your with a flat iron.
After your hair is all straightened, apply 1 to 2 pumps of Love Beauty and Planet Sandalwood & Grapeseed Natural Oils Infusion. This oil is great because it will help your hair stay smooth and frizz-free throughout the day, so you won’t have to worry about staticky hair with your beanie hairstyles.
2. Pigtail Braids
Want to do something a little different with your beanie? Try two three-strand braids! This is a great way to tame your hair—which looks fantastic with a beanie—without using a lot of product or doing a full updo.
To do this beanie hairstyle, part your hair down the middle so you have two sections of hair. Split each half of your hair into three smaller sections and begin a three-strand braid starting at the base of your neck. Once the braid is finished, secure it with a hair elastic. Now all you have to do is repeat this on the other side of your head then you have a perfect bean hairstyle!
3. Double Bun Beanie Hairstyles
This quirky style is perfect for those days your not quite sure how to wear your hair. Similar to the three-strand braid, start by parting your hair down the middle in two sections. Next, all you have to do is create a messy bun with each section of your hair. It really is that easy to do!
4. Low Bun Beanie Style
Having a bad hair day? Maybe you’re in a rush? Pair a low bun with your bean. This is one of quickest beanie hairstyles to do, it literally takes two minutes. All you have to do is gather all of your hair at the nape of your neck and then twist it into a messy bun. Secure your bun with a hair tie, put on your beanie and you’re good to go!
5. Side Braid
This last beanie hairstyle is a great way to keep your hair out of your face while also having it frame your face. Start by gathering all of your hair to one side of your head. Split your hair into three sections and begin braiding just below your ear. If you’d like, you can leave out a couple of pieces of hair out of the braid at the front so they frame your face. After your braid is finished, secure it with a hair elastic.
To make sure your braid stays in place all day, spray it with a few spritzes of TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Hairspray Texture Hold Level 1. This hair spray is great because it will hold your style throughout the day without making your hair stiff or crunchy. Plus, you’ll still have movement to your braid, which is exactly what you want!