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Top-5 Winter Hairstyles for Hats

With cold weather approaching, it’s time to start adding hats back into our accessory pool. Aside from great protection against the weather, hats are a winter essential that every girl can rock as long as she knows how to style them. We’re all too familiar with the major threat this accessory can pose to your hair, but if you can master any of these fuss-free styles you’ll never have to worry about hat hair again! Check out these winter hairstyles for hats.

1. Waves

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Loose, effortless-looking waves look great under any hat. Curl sections of your hair using a curling iron, then run your fingers through it to create that loose, natural look. Add some styling product to fix your look into place and you’ll be good to go!

2. Wraparound braids

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Wraparound braids are a secure style that will keep your hair looking great under your hat. To create this halo-inspired look, make two French braids, each running from the top of your head to the nape of your neck. Once you reach your neck, continue braiding the rest of your hair into pigtails, then secure them to opposite sides of your head with bobby pins.

3. Low chignon

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The low chignon is perfect for maintaining a polished look while wearing a hat. Create a deep side part, then smooth and gather hair low to one side of your neck. Twist into a chignon and secure with bobby pins.

4. Classic side ponytail

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A classic side ponytail keeps everything together and takes less than two minutes. If you’re looking to add a little something extra to this look, braid your ponytail into a loose fishtail and secure it with a hair elastic.

5. Your hat 🙂

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Use your hat as a styling tool! Spray a bit of wave-enhancing texturizer onto your hair, then twist it into a messy bun on top of your head and secure it with bobby pins. By the time you’re ready to take your hat off, you’ll have perfectly touseled hair.

What are your tricks for styling your hair underneath a hat?

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