Solsticegirl's right. It's not nearly as bad as a motorcycle where a long ponytail usually has to be braided. If there's a rear "wind deflector", you might not even need a scarf because the wind's just on the top of your head. This keeps hair from blowing forward into your face. If it doesn't come with a deflector, a scarf or hat (but then you might get "hat hair"), a "scrunchy" or "clippy" is all you'd need. Of course, with a "Janet Reno" you wouldn't have any problem. :smileYou can wear your hair anyway you like...you just cover it up when you are driving with a handkerchief Jackie Kennedy style. It keeps it from blowing around.
Short n' sassy :jesterPammysoltice said:So tell me what kind of a hair style should a girl have for a convertible :crazy
You know with that top down a girls hair can really blow =) Ah maybe I should just get a hat huh :crazy Tell me what you think??????
True, but if you have really long hair, like past your shoulders the wind will whip it in your eyes nonstop. It's very annoying, and can be very distracting. I used to have to deal with that problem when I still had my long hair and anytime I would let it down. I usually kept my hair tied back instead, or I'd put a hat on.Fformula88 said:Exactly, a roadster is about messing up hair! Just hit the road and have fun!