Best Hairstyles for Horseback Riding

Best Hairstyles for Horseback Riding


I love horseback riding, but I hate how my hair gets tangled and dirty. Luckily, I've found the best way to style my hair and now I just use my Rip Tie Hair Ties!

Start with clean hair.

Step 1: Wash hair the night before you ride. This is because a lot of the sweat and dirt that collects on the horse can get transferred to your hair, so it's best to wash it off before putting in those braids.

Step 2: Use detangling spray or conditioner in your hair when you're finished washing; this will help make sure that flyaways don't become a problem later on during rides.

Step 3: Use a wide-tooth comb (or even just fingers) to brush out tangles from wet hair before styling it up for riding, as this will keep things from getting too messy later on down the road.

Make a Pony Tail

Let your hair down, and make a pony tail.

  • Gather all of your hair into one hand, Then secure it with one of the loops on the Rip Tie hair tie.

Wrap the Rip Tie Hair Tie around the Pony Tail

Step 1: Wrap the braided section of the Rip Tie Hair Tie around your pony tail in a helix shape. Hold the section taut, but not stretched out as you're wrapping it around the ponytail.

Step 2: Make the loops evenly spaced down the length of the ponytail

Secure the end of the Pony Tail

  • Secure the end of the pony tail with the other loop of the Rip Tie


Rip Tie Hair Ties keep hair under control when riding and help prevent tangles and damage to hair.

If you're looking for a low-maintenance hairstyle, try a ponytail! This style will keep hair out of your face and prevent tangles while riding. P

The Rip Tie Hair Ties are made from fabric that won't damage hair like rubber bands or elastics can. The ties don't leave creases, either—so there's no need for bobby pins!


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