Not only should our hairstyles suit our face shapes but must also complement our outfits. Come winters and turtlenecks come out of the closets too. But these high-neck tops pose a big challenge for us – since they cover up almost the entire length of our gorgeous necks, preventing us from showing them off, we need to trade in our regular hairstyles for newer variations to direct all the attention to our face.
If you're on the verge of bartering style for comfort (of course staying warm, is the top priority!), stop right there! We've rounded up three hairstyles that look awesome with turtlenecks for you, so that you can stay snug and look stylish at the same time.
1/ 1. High Ponytail
A high ponytail, whether straight, wavy or curly, goes perfectly well with a turtleneck. Besides looking super smart and stylish, it prevents your strands from rubbing against the fabric of your pullover or shirt and consequently getting damaged. This pulled-together hairstyle is ideal to wear just about anywhere. It keeps loose strands off your face and back and helps to draw attention to the face. A little spritz of hairspray keeps flyways and frizz in check, especially in this tricky weather.
The tighter your pony, the more 'lifted' your eyes and cheekbones appear – which is also a great bonus in itself, sans any beauty treatments!
2/ 2. Hair Tuck
When in doubt, just tuck your hair inside your turtleneck sweater. Resembling a faux bob, this classic look literally takes 5 seconds to create and is a style statement in itself. Besides looking extremely trendy, tucked hair keeps your neck warm (er) and gives you an idea of how you'll look with a shorter hairstyle – for example, with an asymmetrical bob – of course, without cutting your precious tresses.
Turtleneck plus hair tuck make for an awesome winter style combo and is great for spicing up your regular Monday to Friday hairstyle. Will you try this trend?
3/ Sleek, Static-Free Loose Hairstyle
Sleek, static-free loose hairstyle looks fabulous with a high neckline. To prevent the occurrence of static in your hair, work in a tiny amount of dry hair oil or frizz remover cream through your strands, brush the product through and finish with a gentle mist of hairspray to keep every strand of hair in place.
Trace out a hair part that suits your face shape and let your gorgeous locks fall over your shoulders in a face-framing manner. Alternatively, pair your loose hairstyle with a small quiff to sweep hair off your forehead or put on your favorite beanie to accessorize your hairstyle and stay protected in the cold weather.
Now that you know how to style your hair in interesting ways, go ahead, rip the tags off your new turtleneck and look hot this cold season.