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Haute Hair: 3 'Dos To Pair With Your Winter Hats

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    Hats can be a highlight of winter style, but sadly, bundling up in a cap frequently leaves our hair static-y, flat, and utterly mussed-up. As a result, we tend to skimp on the styling (why put in the effort when our coiffs are going to get ruined, anyway?), which leaves us looking schlump-y on the street — and downright disheveled once we get inside.

    To find ways to keep our hair looking cute with or without our beanies, we reached out to pro hairstylist Allen Wood of the Bumble and bumble Downtown salon, who schooled us on the best hairstyles to go with the chapeaus of the season.

    From the perfect textured 'do to pair with your beanie to glam waves to complement your boho-glam cap, these styles will look amazing on their own, and even better when accessorized. Check out all three looks and DIY them, stat. Staying cozy never looked this glam.

    Hairstylist Allen Wood for Bumble and bumble; Model Stephanie Celaya; Styled by Willow Lindley; Makeup by Samantha Lau; shot on location at Bumble and bumble Downtown salon.

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