PONY'TUDE Approved: Real Women Ride Hairnets
I picked up one of these hairnets at the tent sale I went to in June.
I needed some hairnets, everything was on sale, and I decided to see what all the hype was about. I found the open design interesting since I usually have my hair cut short (chin length) and layered, and for a few weeks after a haircut, getting my hair into my helmet without flying out in all directions takes a minimum of one stretchy headband, two hairnets, and at least one elastic band. Being able to simplify that process would be nice!
|the hairstyle in question, and my gorgeous BFF Sarah!|
|it REALLY reminds me of pantyhose...|
|Step 1. Put on this attractive choker.|
But I kept trying with the RWR hairnet, and eventually figured out the correct technique needed to put it on quickly and neatly, with 'hunter hair' over the ears, of course.
|Up and over! Lunch lady chic.|
|A side view... you can see how it really holds all the hair in!|
|Ready to ride.|
If you find these on sale, or are inclined to spend $10 on a hairnet, try them! The RWR hairnets are not lifechanging, but a nice choice for people with 'difficult' hair.