Learn How to Put A Lid On Hat Hair

Winter can be harsh. There’s no reason to sacrifice warmth trying to avoid dreaded hat hair. There are more ways than a wet towel or quick dunk in the sink to revive matted down locks. These styling tips will keep you looking good when you come in and the hat comes off. Go ahead, and don your favorite knit watch cap, baseball or cowboy hat. We’ve got your hair covered.

Get Conditioned 

Bumble and bumble Quenching Conditioner

Your hair can get extra dry during the winter months. Dry hair attracts an electric charge. Adding a knit hat to the situation can be truly hair raising. Get out in front of static cling and crazy flyaways by using a leave in treatment like Bumble and bumble Quenching Conditioner. You should also make sure your hair is completely dry before putting your hat on. $34

Try a Dry Shampoo

R+Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo

Hair stuck to your head? No time to shower? Bring greased up, matted, hat hair back to life with a dry shampoo. R+Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo sops up excess oil, giving your hair lift and needed volume. Thickening Pro-Vitamin B5 has also been added to this nourishing spray. $29


Adler New York Natural Hair Powder degreases and refreshes dirty hair with clay minerals, rice powder and horsetail powder. It’s an all-natural pick me up that boosts volume and freshens flattened hat hair. Try this great smelling dry shampoo in Bergamot, Clary Sage, Jupiter or Lavender. Take a small amount and use your fingers to work it evenly from the roots to the tips of your hair. $30

Use a Flexible Styling Product

AXE Messy Look Flexible Paste

Pick a hair product with a flexible hold that will allow you to easily style and restyle throughout the day. Recover your hat hair and create an effortless, disheveled style with AXE Messy Look Flexible Paste. It’s easy. Start with a dollop in the morning and fix your hair in place. Remove your chapeaux; use your fingers to re-work your do and your done. $6.29


American Crew Grooming Spray is another super flexible product. Keep a bottle in your desk drawer to fix commuter hat hair. Don’t worry; it’s not a thick, sticky hair spray. It supplies a soft natural hold that will tame flyaway hat hair and control static cling. $15.95

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