8 Workout Hair Accessories That Are Total Gamechangers

For those of us with long hair, workout hair accessories are almost as important as our sneakers. So I knew that a workout hair accessories round-up was necessary. Below are eight great hair accessory options for everything from a gentle yoga class to that 10K you’re training for.

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Best workout hair accessories and exercise headbands

Alo Untangled Hair TiesThese snag-free ties are durable and smooth, making them perfect for a hot yoga sweat session.

Athleta Swept Up Headband in Powervita: These soft and stretchy exercise headbands have grips to prevent slip and are best for medium- to high-impact workouts.

MyKitsch Towel Scrunchie: In my opinion, these scrunchies are genius. They’re super absorbent (goodbye, sweaty hair!) and made of a microfiber material that also reduces hair breakage. They also come in a ton of different styles and colors. 

Black Gymwrap: According to the brand, their technology is designed to “wick moisture away from your hair and allow heat to escape quickly.” And there are over 1,000 positive 5-star reviews to support their claims. This is a great workout hair accessory for a round of basketball with friends.

Nike Softball Hairbands: The ’90s called and they want my headbands! Call me old school, but I love these skinny headbands that never went out of style.

Nobull Performance Hat: These fashion-savvy hats (see the floral option!) are made of a performance material that’s lightweight, breathable, and absorbs your sweat. 

Rockbros Cycling Sweatband: This band is breathable, high-quality, and durable (no pilling!). It’s the perfect way to keep those lovely locks tucked away during your workout.

Lululemon Small Claw Hair Clips: These are not only stylish but the ideal way to pull your hair back while still looking cute.

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About Erica Biesiada

Erica Biesiada is a health and wellness blogger and podcaster for Bring Your Own Kombucha and a full time attorney. She has a public relations and journalism degree from Seton Hall University and a law degree from Widener University School of Law. She is passionate about finding a balance between #treatyourself and providing your body with the utmost care by way of nutrition and exercise. She currently resides in New Jersey with her husband and her newborn baby Elizabeth.

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