pril showers bring May flowers…
At least that’s how the saying goes. We anxiously await the warmer weather that summer brings but it seems New York didn’t get the memo this year- it’s June and we still can’t store away our umbrellas and rain boots. Rain often equals hair and wig disaster, but it doesn’t have to.
Here are our some of our favorite ways to look cute and chic in the rain. This fun patterned rain hat from etsy.com is nothing like the plastic functional rain hats that tie under the chin.
It’s vivid, fun colors brighten up a gloomy day. Bright lipstick gives another pop of color to dull overcast rainy days. You almost wish it would rain with a hat like that.
How adorable is this rain hat? Cats dislike rain as much as your wig does. This hat can be folded up and stored in your purse during rainy season so that your wig never gets caught in a downpour. Shop it here
What about the frizzy texture that often happens when the rainy season comes, no matter how well your mane is covered? Rain raises the humidity in the air and its hard (aka impossible) to keep frizz at bay.
A favorite style we like to keep our wigs looking chic is this deconstructed ponytail from wit and delight
. It looks complicated but it’s really quite simple. Another great thing about this style is that it works best on dirtier hair, so you get to stretch out the time before your wig needs to go back to your stylist for a wash and set. Click here
to follow step by step instructions for the deconstructed ponytail.
Buns and rainy day hair go hand in hand. This boho chic bun looks impressive and literally can be done in under a minute. Have fun with different hair band accessories to switch up the look.
View the how-to here
Which look is your favorite? Sound off in the comments.
The styles shown here can be done with many of our wigs; such as the Mimi, Friends, Riva, Ponytail and Atara, all available at Freeda.com