Next to a cold drink, a breezy hairstyle will help you keep your cool all summer long. So for those days when the temps are unbearably high and you just need those strands tucked away, here are 10 celeb-approved solutions:

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1. Bela Padilla


When in doubt, do a quick yet classic braid. Don't forget to pull a few strands near your temples to frame your face!

2. Glaiza de Castro

A lowkey way to show off your new color is with a tight bun that's neatly parted in the middle. 

3. Erich Gonzales

Can't commit to tying your hair all the way up? Cop Erich's look by looping the front sections of your hair behind your head in a half-pony.

4. Nadine Lustre

Long hair tends to slide off easily when it's in a bun, but if you braid it tightly beforehand, it might just survive a hectic day.

5. Maris Racal

Got curly hair? Flaunt those natural waves with a high textured ponytail!

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6. Madi Ross

Channel a vintage beach vibe with secured twin braids that start from the crown.

7. Ylona Garcia

The heat can make our scalp become oily faster. To keep the focus away from the grease, you can wear a shiny barrette or golden hairpins. It's a neat trick for pinning your bangs away, too!

8. Maggie Wilson

When your updo is looking a bit too bland for the occasion, wrap it with a scarf for a chic fix.

9. Alex Gonzaga

Space buns are an adorable choice for a reliable 'do that will keep you looking fresh.

10.  Max Collins

If you have an important date to catch, stay sleek with a neat high pony. Don't forget to apply some hair serum for instant shine!


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