Your intense workouts increase your sweat levels and also your level of not caring what your appearance may look like at that particular moment. But when you wear wigs, you may be carrying an extra bit of apprehension: “What wig should I wear?” It is messy, drenched in sweat, in need of a wash, and half of the strands stick to your face relentlessly. While counting reps, you want to make sure that your wig stays in place and you can focus on your workout. There are a few things to consider.
Wearing Wigs at the Gym
A Long Wig With Low Ponytail
Step 1: Choose a long synthetic wig.
Step 2: Use wig tape or glue if you have no hair to secure the wig with clips.
Step 3: Tie your hair in a low ponytail with a gripping hair tie.
Step 4: Add extra security with a headband if desired.
With a long wig, the weight of the hair will add security to keep the wig in place. Note that it's always a good idea to use synthetic wigs at the gym, as human hair wigs are an investment and should be handled gently as much as possible.
If a ponytail is too simple for you, the answer to a style worth your while is simple...
Braid Your Wig Before Working Out
Whether you braid your wig into two pigtails or take it up into a french braid, braiding your hair will ensure a long-lasting hairstyle that will not interfere with your workout. You will also walk out of that gym looking like you barely broke a sweat! If you’re feeling fancy, do both! Style your hair into this very cute high pony with side braids.
Step 1: Part your hair into sections
Step 2: Braid your sections into french, fishtail, or any desired braid type.
If your braids are styled correctly, this style will last the rest of the day. You will not need to wash your wig after every workout session, which makes everything that much easier for you!
Styling your hair before the gym might not be your preference, but these easy hairstyles for the gym are well worth your time.
What's your go-to gym hairstyle?