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5 Easy Travel Hair Styles for Your Next Trip!

Published On September 3, 2012 | By alex | BEAUTY, Hair, Travel Beauty Tips

Taming and styling your locks takes a little extra effort when you’re on a trip, but these easy travel hair styles, will help make it a breeze. While a travel sized hair styling tool is okay for vacations and holidays, it’s nice to have a minimalist travel style while you’re on the road, especially for longer trips such as Round-the-World trips.

If you have short hair, please read Simple and Cute Short Hair Styles for Travel.

Instead of jamming your backpack with a travel hair dryer and mini flat iron you may never use, Travel Fashion Girl offers you 5 web tutorials that give you simple and easy travel hair styles ideas. Now, you don’t need to lug all your hair equipment with you on your travels.

HAIR ACCESSORIES NEEDED

Hair Accessories for Travel

Black Headband Leatherette / Styling Mesh Chignon Bun Maker / Scunci Flexible No Damage Headband / Floral Chain Elastic Fashion Headband / Braided Non-Slip Headband / Gold Tone Floral Chain Elastic Fashion Headband / Grip Oval Top Jaw Clips / Silly yogi cotton batik headband / Grip Beautiful Blends Bobby Pins

5 Easy Travel Hair Styles for Your Next Trip!

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SIMPLE AND SOPHISTICATED

A writer for top women’s magazines in the US, Joanna Goddard, knows a thing or two about beauty. Joanna specializes in simple buns and up dos which is great because its especially challenging to rock a cute hair style in 40 degree heat. Check out her blog and her 14 incredible hair tutorials giving you super easy and chic hair styles for your travels.

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TWISTS AND BRAIDS

A professional hair stylist and make up artist from Utah, Steph gives you incredible looks for home and on the road on her website Hair and Makeup by Steph. With these easy styles, Steph shows you 15 ways you can pull back your bangs (fringe) for a perfectly pretty look. I found this tutorial and other cool tutorials on Six Sisters Stuff.

Don’t know how to braid hair? Get this ebook on DIY Braids!

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HAIR WRAPS

A great way to hide bad hair days and give yourself a bit of glamour, Keiko Lynn, shares her tutorial and hair wrapping expertise. Yet another great use for scarves.

Not good with wrapping scarves? Fake the look with these cute head wraps!

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image credit: Makeup by TiffanyD

THE FAMOUS SOCK BUN

Elegant and simple, the sock bun is the perfect solution for hot weather and bad hair days. As an added bonus, the sock bun creates two looks in one – an up do when rolled up, beautiful curls when rolled down! Watch the above tutorial on Makeup by TiffanyD.

Instead of a sock, I travel with a couple of these hair bun donuts!

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NO HEAT CURLS VIDEO TUTORIAL

This is my personal favorite hair tutorial! I actually have curly hair (and hate it) but with this easy styling strategy, beautiful curls are easy and possible for all girls! It’s a lengthy tutorial (skip to 1:45) but very thorough. Follow her easy steps and get incredible curls without the need for a curling iron! Just click on the image and it will link to her youtube hair tutorial.

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12 Responses to 5 Easy Travel Hair Styles for Your Next Trip!

  1. Harmony says:

    I’m completely useless when it comes to even giving myself a simple braid, so what did I do? I took the plunge and cut off my long hair into a pixie cut. Less fuss when getting ready, easier to clean, and I use less precious shampoo from those tiny 3 oz bottles.

  2. Ally says:

    I don’t know how to braid

  3. Jo (The Blond) says:

    That’s all fine, but what if you have slightly shorter hair and they are not that thick?

  4. Antoinette | love.antoinette says:

    I was so excited about the sock-bun tutorial, especially!! I have always wondered how those girls pulled off such perfect buns! Im a big fan of head wraps too although it gets waaayy too hot for them in the summer time! I bike and snowboard a lot and I loathe helmet hair so I do a lot of french side braids and twists. And im heading off to South America for 6 months soon so these tips will def come in handy!

    • alex says:

      Yes, me too! I finally have hair long enough to create a proper bun!

      Braids and twists are the only thing keeping me going right now in SE Asia with the humidity…

      Glad this helped!

  5. Britany says:

    I’m always rocking a french braid when I travel. It keeps everything out of my face and looks cute. Practice at home before you go and soon enough, you’ll be so quick with your fingers, you’ll be able to french up your hair on the top bunk of a sleeper train. Its not easy, but can be done!

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  6. Bethaney - Flashpacker Family says:

    That sock bun technique is awesome! I wish my hair was long enough for it.

    • alex says:

      I actually let my hair grow just for my travels. The sock bun technique is great on or off the road. What’s your travel hair style preference?