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4 No Fuss Ways to Style Your Short Hair for the Gym

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Sometimes the hardest thing about working out is not the workout itself, but the little problems you have to face—from wondering what to wear to keeping your hair in place. While working out is a great way to exercise your bod, it's true when they say that working out is mental exercise, too, so it can get a little distracting and frankly, challenging when loose hair falls everywhere. And whether you have long tresses or a short cut, no one is truly safe from hair troubles in the gym. So for the short-haired Candy Girls out there, we've got you covered with these short hairstyles you can cop that are trendy, easy-to-do, but most of all, 100% budge-proof.

Boxer braids

Facing a tough workout today? Gather your hair into a neat set of boxer braids and you won't have to worry about loose hair throughout your circuit training.

Low pigtails

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Keep your gym game strong, but your hairstyle cute and functional with a pair of low pigtails. It's a classic 'do that’s foolproof, too!

Headbands

Accessorizing is not just for glam days, Candy Girls! Pull out your fun headbands and keep your hair or your bangs away from your face with a breeze.

Side Twist

This style works best for girls who have bob 'do. Take a section of your bangs from the center and twist it backwards while moving down to the side of your ears. Use your trusty hairpin or barrette to keep it in place and you’re ready to work it out!

What's your favorite gym day hairstyle, Candy Girls? Let's swap tips!

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