Don’t forget to prepare your hair when going to the beach or taking a Honda Bay Island Hopping Tour. Sun, sand, sea, and wind may sound exciting. These elements, however, can damage your hair while you’re having fun during your tour.
Protect Your Hair from the Sun
You don’t have to hide your hair under a baseball cap to avoid damaging it. Before styling, spread a decent amount of moisturizer on your hair. This way, you’re confident that no matter what hairstyle you use, your hair will look fabulous.
Take your regular ponytail hairstyle up a notch with a simple but cute chic bun. Before heading out for your Honda Bay Tour, or while you’re on the boat, gather your hair into a ponytail at the top of your head. Use an elastic to secure it and wrap the ponytail around. You can secure the bun with another elastic or use some bobby pins.
This is the perfect hairstyle when going to LuLi Island, one of the places you’ll visit during your Honda Bay Tour. Before jumping off the island’s diving board, make sure to tie your hair up to avoid tangles. A chic bun can also prevent your hair from covering your face once you’ve reached the water. This way, you can see clearly underwater.
French braid is a classic hairstyle you can use for different occasions, including spending an afternoon at the beach, such as Pandan Island at Honda Bay. To create this look, spread leave-in conditioner on your damp hair. This will give your hair additional texture. Part your hair into 3 portions and work your way down to the tips.
There are many ways you can do French Braids. You can create a single braid or multiple braids by parting your hair into smaller sections. Braid each section and secure them with elastic. Use elastics with different colors for a fun look. You won’t have to worry about your hair covering your face while you’re on the boat during your Honda Bay tour.
Do you want to let your hair down but don’t want to have your hair all over your face? A Pinned-back hairstyle is the perfect hairstyle for you. Part your hair in the middle, take a small section from the front on one side. Twist and pin it on the back. Do the same thing on the other side.