Winter Hat Hazards
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Winter Hat Hazards

The most frustrating thing that curly heads experience during the winter is that once you put on a toque or hat you end up with a style disaster on your hands. Wearing anything on top of your curly hair will flatten your curls and cause more frizz and flyaways. Unfortunately traditional styling products are not effective for fixing broken curly hairstyles. The most important thing to know is what techniques to use to restyle and bring curls back to life.

For fine hair it is all about rebuilding or tweaking your hairstyle starting at the root area. Curly heads know that the more movement created will result in more volume. Tweek™ is specifically developed to rebuild broken hairstyles for these situations.  Flip your hair over to reach the scalp and using Tweek™ slowly start to create movement in the root area. Once you have dealt with the roots, work Tweek™ into the hair by adding a bit more of Tweek™ through to the ends with your hands to create a fuller look. Thick curly hair  usually does not require extra volume therefore, the focus is on smoothing the outer layer by controlling the flyaways. Squeeze a generous amount of Tweek™ through to the ends of the hair, let go and allow it to settle on its own.
Hat Tip: Curly heads have a tendency to stretch their curls out when pulling their hair back. This weakens the curls, especially around the face area. Make sure your hair is completely dry before putting pulling your hair back or putting on a hat. Even though it feels dry the tiny bit of hair moisture  will still make the indentation more prominent. Wait a few hours to allow your curls to fully dry before putting on a hat.