snapbacks and hair

 

Me and my mom always have the same problem when we go get a new hair do. Whether we’re just going to get it cut, get it permed, get it dyed… stylist complains about the amount of hair we have, which is a lot. We use up double the time to perform anything on our heads, and double to the chemicals too. It gets my mom embarrassed sometimes, and I’m always rushing through every session because I always underestimate the time that’s needed. But, to all those strand- ful heads out there, we should really be proud and happy about it, because we rock snapbacks and curls like nobody else.

People with little hair don’t have the privilege to enjoy hats like we do, we always have a lot to show even after half the head is being covered and our hair makes our faces look smaller. With the whole street look thing being brought up in fashion conversations as the new sensation and the “thing” to go for, each girl must have a snapback that they’re comfortable to rock in. Wear them backwards with the bill facing the other way, and have your hair lie relaxed below it. This is a great chance to hide those awful length bangs that does nothing presentable and a great chance to show those hair. Simply curl it with your curler at home to just half the length of your strands, and cover the rest with your snapback. Great for highlighted hair, and just as good with normal shaded strands. If you’re just as rushed and lazy as I am, just pop on a snapback, and tease your hair with a fine comb, rub on some cream based clay and give some volume to the hair. Curly hair with a snapback always looks the best to me though, don’t bother tying your hair to the side either when it comes to this look; its all about being casual and street friendly!

snapbacks and hair