How to Prevent Hat Head. Want the warmth and
stylishness of a hat without the hair-plastered-to-head look when you remove it? It is possible. You
will need A loose-fitting hat Dry hair Hairspray or an unscented dryer sheet Hair gel and the
ability to make a top knot (optional). Step 1. Get yourself a loose-fitting hat, preferably
one with elastic banding. You should be able to fit a finger between the head and the hat.
Opt for a fleece or cotton hat. Though not as warm as other materials, they don’t flatten
hair the way heavier fabrics do. Plus cotton hats don’t generate the static electricity
that causes flyaway hair. Step 2. Make sure your hair is completely dry before putting
on your hat. If your hair is long enough, twist the top into a pin curl and secure it
with a bobby pin, then lift your hair into a loose top-of-the-head ponytail. Step 3.
When you remove your hat, shake your hair loose and rub a tiny amount of hair gel between
your hands. Run your fingers through your hair to rejuvenate it. Step 4. After putting
on your hat, reach inside and push the hair up from your crown to make sure it’s not
pressed flat against your head. Step 5. Before putting on your hat, spritz the inside with
hair spray or rub it with an unscented dryer sheet to prevent static. Did you know The
average female head size is 22½ inches around, and the average male head is a ¼ inch larger.
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