Yoga Hairstyles

During your yoga practice, it is essential to be comfortable in mind and body. The last thing to worry about is your hair! Nothing is worse than pulling or falling your hair across your face when you’re in a downward dog. There are quite a few yoga types that will help you concentrate on your practice and make your hair feel relaxed from your feet!

Fishtail Braid

A fishtail braid is a beautiful way to secure your hair through even the most wild flows of vinyasa. You can still wear a fishtail even if you have long hair and bangs by securing bangs with a hair tie or bobby pin at the crown of the head.

Double braids

Double braids for stylish yogi are beautiful and highly functional. You’re sure to keep your hair out of your face all the time with these braids. Double braids are especially great when you’re on the thicker side to offset the weight of your hair.

Double braided buns are a fun way to get your yoga on! With this look, you’ll never feel like your hair will fall out. Secure your buns and you’ll be set with some awesome yoga hair ties!

Loose Topsy-Tail

This look is a lovely way of wearing your hair during yoga. If you try a loose topsy-tail, you can easily leave the workshop or your place of training and go about your day feeling comfortable and put-together.

Half Up

During your training, wearing your hair half-up is a great way to get your hair off your face. This look doesn’t require much effort, so it’s perfect if you have lots of hair and texture that would take a while to tame. Deleting post-yoga is easy and will not leave any funny creases behind.


If after a blowout or coloring you want to keep your hair in decent shape but don’t want to miss your yoga session investing in a pretty headband. The look is going to keep the hair clean and keep the sweat from making things dirty. 346.jpg” />

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Reverse French Braid

Whether you’re posing a tree or standing on your head, it always helps to pull your hair back during yoga! An inside braid also known as the French reverse braid is a comfortable way to secure your hair so all you need to think about is your breath and skin.

Braided Macaron Buns

Double braids are obviously great to wear during your yoga practice but if you find yourself pretty sweaty or loving to do Bikram or hot yoga then wrapping your braids in cute low buns will keep your neck cool and sweat-free.


Topknots are good for a completely safe updo. It’s cute trendy and obviously practical whether you have braids or just a lot of hair securing it all on top of your head unless you’re going to do a headstand!

High Ponytail Braid

Function style must not be sacrificed. Not only is a high ponytail braid stunning, it also works well to keep your hair out of your face and off your arms. Add some extra glam charms.

Teardrop Bun

Another hair style that doesn’t pull too much around your head. It’s great for a quiet practice and beautiful yoga hashtag videos!

Perfect Ponytail

What’s better when it comes to working out than an old-fashioned ponytail? Sweeping your hair off your neck into the classic style is a great way to keep it together whether you’re indoors or outdoors during your yoga practice.

Twisted Ponytail

For the active gal, this look is such a fun theme. Split your ponytail into twist in opposite directions tie it and take a hair strand from the end of the pony loop it tightly to cover your elastic and then slide the ends through the rubber band to secure it securely. It also translates well into the pre- and post-workout highways!

Boho Beach Waves

Sometimes it’s nice to wear down your hair while yoga. If you use beach spray to style your hair and wear it loose a bit of sweat during practice, your mermaid tresses will only be enhanced!

Low Ponytail

A simple way to go sometimes! A low ponytail is often the ideal yoga hairstyle because it is perfect to keep your hair out of your face and off your sweaty brow without pulling. And when the back of your head has to be flat on the mat, it’s a perfect hairstyle.

Side-Swept Braid

Go to the next level with your fishtail or regular braid. Not only is a side-swept prettyit doing a good job of securing your hair during your practice.

High Pony

Yoga ponies are nice. A high ponytail works particularly well to protect your hair while still keeping your head flat on the mat comfortable.

Half-Up Bun

Because of its comfortable hold and attractive appearance, this simple and cute half bun can become your favorite yoga hair option. To emphasize your mood for flippance, add elegant accessories.

Twisted and Braided

Yes inspired hair game of Thrones can be perfect even for yoga class. Use a few bobby pins to make your usual low braid something special and festive.

Bubble Ponytail

The next time you want to wear a ponytail, try to tie it in different sections. This will keep you from getting messy mane strands and sticking to your sweaty face.

Tons of beautiful and practical yoga hairstyles are available as you can see. If you do a lot of practice, you will find endless opportunities to try a high ponytail or a braid crown in French braids. Enjoy Namaste, each and every one of them! Beau Bollinger’s Guide to Individualized Hair Cutting The Plump Process for Big and Bouncy Curls Hair Colors Inspired by Crystals I Grew My Hair Long Using these Amazon Haircut Words for Improved Communication with Your Stylist The Ultimate Hair Care Guide for Unicorns and Mermaids Hair Cuts and Styles Stay Connected Beau Bollinger’s Guide to Better Communication with Your Stylist Whatever your hair form is, we will help you find the best hairstyles © Copyright 2019 Menu HomeColorHighlights