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5 Hairstyles That'll Save Your Fall

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    What comes to mind when you think of hat hair? Most likely, an imprint of the cap’s brim leaving an unsightly, bowl-like crimp; flattened, greasy roots; and maybe some cartoonish squiggly lines emanating from the poor, hapless noggin.

    Now, think about the prettiest, most chic hats you’ve seen this season. From felt fedoras to wide-brim Panama hats to tricked-out leather caps — an outfit just isn’t complete without the appropriate headgear. But, that doesn’t mean your hair has to suffer.

    We’ve not only come up with hairstyles that look damn good with the hats on, but, if you want to give your head some air, you can take off your topper without shame. With brilliantly placed braids, a piecey fringe that’s fit for any concert, and a pigtail bun that would upstage Princess Leia on her best day, the styles ahead will change your idea of hat hair forever.



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    Lioness’ Mane
    The baseball cap has always been around, but the blue leather takes it off the dirt mound and into any event where you want to stand out. We loved the idea of pairing the smallness of the structured cap with a wild burst of curls. If you already have ringlets for days, you can play up the texture and snap on a cap. As for everybody else, ahead are a few simple steps to help you fake it.

    Études Leather Baseball Cap; Ann Yee Turtle Neck; Apiece Apart Vest.

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    Start by spritzing your ends with a dry texturizing spray, like Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. Then, part your hair, starting from the nape of your neck, into one-inch sections.

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    Use a ¼” wand and wrap an equal section of hair around the wand. You don’t want the hair to sit flat on the rod. Rather, “let it twist, so that the curl pattern isn’t so perfect,” says hairstylist Laura Polko.

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    Randomly — and frequently — switch up the direction of the curls to break up the continuity of the waves. Imperfection is perfect here.

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    Once you’re done curling all around your head, pull apart the curls with your fingers, starting from your roots to your ends. Then, take a brush and backcomb random large sections of hair until you get the volume and texture you want. “You’re looking for frizz, here!” says Polko.