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5 Tips to on what to do with your Hair While Exercising

Exercise is essential for maintaining a healthy body and mind, but it can often leave our hair looking a little worse for wear. Sweat and friction can cause hair to become tangled, matted, and frizzy, leaving you with a less than desirable look post-workout. However, there are ways to prevent this from happening. In this blog post, we'll explore some tips on what to do with your hair while exercising.

  1. Tie it up

One of the most effective ways to keep your hair out of your face and prevent it from becoming tangled is by tying it up in a ponytail, braid, or bun. Use a hair tie or elastic band to secure your hair at the nape of your neck or the crown of your head. If you have long hair, consider braiding it to avoid tangles and reduce the chance of breakage.

  1. Use a headband

A headband can be an excellent way to keep your hair off your face while exercising. Choose a headband made of moisture-wicking material that will absorb sweat and keep your hair in place. A headband can also prevent hair from sticking to your face and neck, reducing the likelihood of breakouts.

  1. Apply hair oil

Before exercising, consider applying a hair oil to your hair. Hair oil can help to protect your hair from damage by lubricating it and preventing friction. It can also add shine and moisture to your hair, leaving it looking healthy and nourished.

If you don't have time to wash your hair after a workout, consider using a dry shampoo. A dry shampoo can absorb sweat and oil, leaving your hair looking fresh and clean. Apply the dry shampoo to your roots and work it in with your fingers, then brush it through your hair.

  1. Use a leave-in conditioner

If you have particularly dry or damaged hair, consider using a leave-in conditioner before exercising. A leave-in conditioner can help to detangle your hair and prevent breakage, leaving your hair looking smooth and shiny.




There are several things you can do to keep your hair looking great while exercising. Whether it's tying it up, using a headband, applying hair oil, opting for a dry shampoo, or using a leave-in conditioner, there are many ways to keep your hair looking healthy and nourished. By following these tips, you can focus on your workout without having to worry about the state of your hair. Stop in and talk to one of our hair experts at Belt Salon and they can give you the best plan for your particular hair and exercise routine.

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