It’s parka season, people. If your holiday plans include making snow forts, snow balls, snow angels, a snowman family, snow cones, snow everything, you’ll need a hairstyle that will keep up with the cold and with all those tiny little snowflakes dropping on your head. Keep scrolling for 12 hairstyles that will look stunning while you’re out frolicking through the elements.
1. Happy Holly: Trim your locks with this wintry version of a flower crown, made of spruce sprigs, holly berries and mini pine cones. (via Bethany Marie)
2. Knotted Half Updo: Check out this super simple tutorial for a knotted ‘do that will keep your hair tucked away for optimal vision during snowball fights. (via Refinery29)
3. Twisted Half Updo: Lush curls are always a winning look in our book. Simply twist and pin into an updo and you’re set. (via MBF)
4. Snowscape Sweep: Tease your way to a glam bouffant/faux-bob that is picture perfect and holiday party ready. (via Bridal Musings)
5. Simple Half Updo: Sprinkle in a touch of holiday cheer with a tartan hair barrette. (via Beauty and Bows)
6. Waterfall Top Knot: An easy updo that combines braids and top knots — why not? (via Twist Me Pretty)
7. Scarf Tuck: If you’re planning on trudging through the snow to squeeze in some last-minute holiday shopping, tucking your locks in a bright and cheery scarf is a sure way to keep your style. (via Color and Chic)
8. Curl Cascade: We’re whipping out the dry shampoo at mom and dad’s this holiday to rock our blowout all weekend long. (via City Tonic)
9. Double Dutch Braids: These braids are so nice, we’re rocking them twice. (via @blohaute)
10. Trendy Turban: Straight and sleek is a classic go-to ‘do. Amp it up with a chic turban to keep the snow from getting on your lashes. (via Kayture)
11. Tried and True Top Knot: Let’s be honest — you woke up like this. A sprinkle of volumizing power, and you’re ready to build some snowmen and make snow angels for an hour or two. (via Sortrashion)
12. Wild and Natural: If you’ve been blessed with natural waves, now’s the time to put your heat styling tools to rest and rock that texture. A lightweight gel will do the trick. (via Breakfast With Audrey)
How do you plan on wearing your hair in the snow? Tell us in the comments.