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How to Deal with Those Common (Yet Annoying!) Hat Hair Issues

Curated By
Miriam Herst

Rock your favorite hat in peace. 

Baseball caps and oversized floppy hats are all the rage, and while we’re all about trying out the latest trends, we also know that some pretty common hat hair issues can arise when you’re wearing that trendy cap. Although common, hat hair issues are still pretty annoying that can make your hair look flat and lifeless. But we are here to tell you that you don’t have to deal with hat hair any longer! All you have to do is swap out your usual hair products for volume-enhancing options so that you can you rock your favorite hats with confidence and ease.

Getting Real: How to Recover from Hat Hair Issues

dealing with hat hair issues and some solutions
Don’t be afraid to rock your favorite hat.

1. Opt for a volumizing wash and care system.

Health-looking hair starts in the shower. For volume before you place your hat on your head, use the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Pre-Wash Conditioner and the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Shampoo. This innovative duo works to leave your hair full of movement and bounce as it helps control static and flyways (hello, winter hats!).

2. Tease your hair.

Teasing your roots before you put your hat on will create lasting volume. Use a small comb to tease the hair around your part. Don’t be afraid to go overboard with the teasing because your hair will inevitably flatten out a little bit underneath your hat. Extra teasing will ensure that some volume is left.

3. Grab a travel-size version of your favorite dry shampoo.

Keep a travel-size version of dry shampoo in your bag to refresh your strands when you take your hat off as it works to revive your hair. We love the TRESemmé Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo when we’re looking for an extra kick of volume.

Looking for more tips on how to style your hair with a hat? Read all about why Dad hat hairstyles are the best micro trend right now.  

Miriam Herst
Yours in hair obsession, Miriam
01 March 2017

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