- Stay away from hats lined with fabrics that will pull, snag, or catch your hair. I have been searching for hats with satin linings and I have had no luck. BUT, I kind of like the Aviator style hats with the faux fur lining. I still have to be careful with faux fur, because that might pull out my hair too. Not necessarily the cutest hat, but it's funky enough that I think I could make it work. Check out Amazon for some good deals!
- Earmuffs. I haven't worn earmuffs since elementary school, but I may have to get some. Earmuffs would be perfect on a not-so-bitterly cold day.
- Be careful with scarves and coats! Make sure your scarf and/or coat isn't snagging your hair at the nape of your neck.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Protecting Curls + Staying Warm
I have struggled for a few years now to keep my head warm without wreaking havoc on my hair. I have been able to keep my hair cute and safe in the DC area without wearing a hat, but that will probably change soon. I could potentially be attending business school in some brutally cold areas, so enough is enough!
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I ALWAYS wear a satin bonnet or scarf under my winter hats to protect my hair. its waaay yo cold in chicago for me to be trying to look cute. Lately Ive been rocking a half wig, but even when I wear twist outs, I just get to work a lil early to take them out in the ladies room.
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