How should a man wear a hairband?
When it comes to accessorising, hairbands are a popular choice for men. However, many men are unsure of how to wear them correctly and comfortably.
One of the most important things to consider when wearing a hairband is the type of hairband you choose. Plastic hairbands are likely to cause damage to your hair and break themselves. Our Premium Hair Bands have all been handmade in France with eco-friendly Cellulose Acetate material which is lightweight and high quality. Each hair tool has gone through a thorough ten-step process to ensure they are hand polished with the smoothest edges which reduces snagging to avoid hair damage.
Another important factor to consider when wearing a hairband is the placement. The hairband should be placed at the crown of the head, not too far back or too far forward. It should also fit snugly but not be too tight, as this can cause discomfort and headaches.
How should I wear my headband?
When it comes to hairband placement, it's important to find the right position. The hairband should be placed at the crown of the head, just behind the hairline. This will help to keep the hair out of the face while also creating a polished and put-together look.
To find the right position, start by combing the hair straight back from the forehead. Then, use your fingers to feel for the point where your head starts to curve upwards. This is the spot where the hairband should be placed.
Why are headbands uncomfortable?
Not all headbands have to be uncomfortable. Our Premium Headbands are made with cellulose acetate which is heat activated, meaning after a short while it will mould to your head shape for maximum comfort. It’s important to make sure that the headband is not too tight, as this can cause discomfort and headaches.