2 Style for Holiday Travel (Plus, Must-Have Products!)

Holiday travel is not always glamorous, but with a little help from our pros you can certainly take your style on the road with ease. We have two looks with an equal balance of practicality and chicness that are perfect for girls on the go. So whether you are traveling near or far, try one of these styles and give those celebrity airport style photos a run for their money!

Low braided bun.  

Start by gathering your hair into a low ponytail.


Then separate the hair above your elastic into two sections, tuck the length of your ponytail into the gap you created above the elastic and pull all the way through.



Next, braid the length of your ponytail and fold it upwards and into the base of your ponytail.


Secure with pins and pull lightly at the hair that frames your face for a worn-in look.



Pro tip: Fight lackluster tresses with Awapuhi Wild Ginger® Shine Spray™. This lightweight spray will give your hair a boost of shine after long flights, drives or train rides (bonus: it smells dreamy!).

Parted half-up style.

Separate the top half of your hair from the bottom.


Using a brush or a comb, smooth your hair back to the low, middle part of your head. Make sure to keep your part in place!


Secure the hair with an elastic or pins.


Set with hairspray to keep the look smooth and sleek.


Pro tip: Refresh your style with Dry Wash® when you reach your destination. Simply spray it onto hair at the roots and use your fingers to rub the product into your hair. Dry Wash absorbs excess oil and gives hair enviable texture. Your style will never suffer with this must-have travel product on deck.

Taylor deDiego is Paul Mitchell's Web Content Writer and resident style hunter. She spends her days writing copy, keeping tabs on our social channels and testing new DIY hairstyles in our in-house salon.  

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