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I have long hair and sideswept bangs, and when I take off a hat once I’m indoors, my hair becomes flat and staticky, with that weird little indentation around my (big) head where the hat had been stuck on. I work in a small office, and am reluctant to bring a blow dryer to work. Any tips on how to continue looking stylish after removing a hat?? Thanks so much!

posted about 6 years ago
slight_ingenue
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theres this trick i know, but if youre going to be at work im not so sure you want to use it. haha so use your best judgement
i usually flip my head down and gather the hair in a loose pony tail at the very top of my head. if you keep it in the pony for a while it removes the crease anndd gives you volume. as for static, i say just keep a bottle of shine spray in your bag.
**sometimes the pony falls down so you have to fix it, but i swear by it. you can test it at home first haha

posted about 6 years ago
 
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Thanks so much, I’ll try it out and report back! :-)

posted about 6 years ago
 
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Bumble & Bumble Spray de Mode, scrunch hair, play around with it for a bit, and it should get rid of the hat hair.

posted about 6 years ago
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