Ditch hat-head this winter!

Posted by Kutt Grünerløkka on 17. Jan 2014

King Winter is finally here. FINALLY! Thank you for making the days brighter and all of us happier! 

There is a million women wearing hats and only some of them look good. As I looked around, I realized the hats were cute, the women were cute, but these ladies' manes were not working out. Because yes, it freaking matters how your hair looks under a hat. And the good news? It doesn't take much effort to do this right. 

It's all about balance.
If you're rocking a beanie, big loose waves are the way to go. Think about it: If you're wearing something close to your head, super straight, sleek hair will make you look like a Q-Tip.  
Adding some loose waves will balance the snug-fitting topper. Keyword here is loose. No date night stuff.
Nothing looks more ridiculous than jeans and a beanie with an over-done 'do, right? Plus, if your hair already has a bunch of body, you won't have super-flat hair when you pull off your hat.

If you're working it in a wide brimmed hat, go for mostly straight hair with just a little bit of movement--like round-brush blow out or brushed-out waves at most. Since the big floppy hat is so wide, major waves would make your head look wider. Avoid hat head by spraying roots with a volume powder before heading out. 


Curl your hair on Sunday, rock a beanie running errands. Then, brush out the curls Monday AM and throw on a big floppy hat with some wide legged jeans and platform booties. 




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