Switch Up Your Style: A little bit of windblown texture looks cool, but the easiest way to avoid a completely crazy windswept look is to opt for an updo — be it a sleek ponytail or messy side braid.
If you like the volumized blowout look, consider following your usual routine and then combing your hair back into a tight high ponytail whose ends still have voluminous, loose curls. If a more relaxed look is more your speed, style your hair into a slightly messy side braid, working a bit of dry shampoo like Verb‘s into your roots and sprinkled throughout your braid for more body and grip.
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On-The-Go Essentials: If, like Kate, you stand by your blowout no matter what Mother Nature throws your way, be prepared to have to touch up your look a bit. Try to tuck as much of your hair as you can into your coat or even under a beanie (just make sure it’s not too form-fitting, or you’ll end up with hat hair). Once you get to your destination, keep a mini comb like The Sephora Collection Mini Tidy Detangling Comb in your purse to brush through knots without ruining the style.
Do you have any hair hacks for windy days, HollywoodLifers?
— Marissa DeSantis