Collect your hair in a ponytail and band it. If there are stray hairs remaining that you need to move, either due to short length (don't reach the ponytail) or they go over areas of your face you want uncovered even though they make it to the ponytail, use bobby pins.
These can be found in many colors, try to find one that matches your hair color.
When you've got the stray hair collected in it, pin it up with hair nearer the top of the head. If you like, you can hide the pin under some of the hair as well so it's not as obvious that you're using pins, but given the pieces of hair you're moving will be pulled up it'll be clear to an observant person that you're using pins.
Another option is the topknot to take care of hair that could end up in your face. You can put all your hair in the topknot, or leave the back hair hanging. Alternately, there's no reason you can't have multiple ponytails, or use a style typically associated with women.
If you don't want to use a ponytail you can try pinning your front hair back and under your top hair. This should keep your face a bit more free, but of course it doesn't prevent side or top hair from getting into your face in the wind.