Rachel Yeomans for Second City Style Magazine
My hair usually takes a total of 30 minutes to wash, dry and
style—sometimes longer considering whether I’m curling or
straightening. However, as soon as all this effort is made, I step
outside and it goes into a frizz, is blown into a bird’s nest or it
turns into a saturated mop from rain or snow. And now that winter is in
full force, I attempt to protect my tresses with a warm hat — thus
leading to hat hair. It seems I’m up against forces larger than my hairspray can handle!
In order to battle the elements and save my locks, I went on a hunt
for winter head-warmers. It was assuredly hard for me to opt out of the
adorable fedora when I should be looking at a wool cap with ear flaps.
Yet I found some compromisingly warm – and fashionable – items to warm my head and maintain certain control of my hair.
1. Take the Eric Javits Cloche for example.
This adorable vintage hat reaches the ears to protect from winds and is
loose enough to remove chances of the hat-hair crease. The chenille
fabric also provides the warmth needed for those chilly outdoor
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