Raise your hand if you’re like me and don’t wear a hat during the winter, even when it’s freezing cold, cause you don’t want to mess up your hair! 🙋 Yeah, that’s definitely me. This year though, I decided to experiment with some hairstyles that do work well with a hat or head wrap. Well, turns out there are actually tons of hairstyles you can do which fit with different hairstyles.❣️ Today, I’ll share 3 ideas with you!
Our original idea was to take these pictures outside, but due to the very limited hours of light during our Scandinavian winter, we failed (again).😂 We really did do our best to go outside as soon as we could, but by the time we got to the park it was once again too dark for pictures. You would think that we would learn from our ‘mistakes’ and just go out earlier, but the truth is that we’re just super optimistic and still find it hard to imagine that it’s already too dark for pictures right after 3:00 pm, at this point. 😦
Anyways, we did attempt to take some of the pictures outside. We then quickly realised that this was not going to work out. We then decided to go ahead and take some indoor pictures for a change, with some Christmas decorations! 😊
For the first hairstyle, I decided to go with quick and loose pigtails! I divided the hair into two and fishtail braided small parts, then tied them off with a small elastic. Hair-wrapping the elastic is optional, but I think it gives a nice effect! Honestly I think any type of pigtails would work with a winter hat! You can get creative with this style and try out different types of braids. 😄
This next style is a lace-braided bun that I did on my friend. This works so perfectly with a head wrap! To create this style, put the hair up in a high ponytail and then place a hair donut over this ponytail, leaving one small strand out. Use this strand to start a Dutch (or French) braid and braid. Braid all the way around the donut, only adding in hair from the ‘top’ (the hair that is falling through the donut). Again, I think any type of bun really would work with a head wrap. It will nicely keep the hair out of your face.
For the final style, I went with this simple front lace braid, combined with a beanie. For this hairstyle, you simply part your hair to one side and then take a small piece of hair right next to your part line to start the braid with. Then only add in hair from the top as you braid down along your face. 😊
Leave a comment below to let me know which of the hairstyles is your favourite & what type of hairstyles you usually wear with a hat!
P.s. Danish Christmas cookies are great! 😆