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Click through for hat-ready hairstyles that you can wear this winter—plus, easy tips and tricks to avoid hat hair.
Make sure you give special attention to the roots by adding a little extra volume like The Glamourai's Kelly Framel does with her bob.
Photographer and blogger Candice Lake looks chic when she scoops all of her hair to the side. Try this look with "second day hair" to help avoid the dreaded hat hair line.
Singer Leona Lewis proves a fedora can work with super curly hair. To prevent flyaways, use an anti-frizz serum like this one by Garnier Fructis.
If you have shorter hair, tuck one side behind your ear like Man Repeller's Leandra Medine.
Singer Ellie Goulding's soft knit looks casual but put-together with beachy waves and long, side-swept bangs. A stronghold hairspary like L'Oreal's Elnett makes sure the style stay put throughout the day.
Blogger Peony Lim wears a pretty side bun with her fedora. Slightly slant your fedora to the side opposite of your bun to show off your hairstyle.
If this look is secure enough for on stage, it'll stay put on the street. Plus, we love how her flipped-out ends peek out from underneath her cap. Make singer Rita Ora's short retro waves work for you with rollers and tons of hairspray.
Singer Cher Lloyd shows how long, glossy curls and a wide-brim hat complement each other perfectly.
Danish street style blogger Marie Jensen has the right idea: loosen up the top half of a side braid so you can effortlessly top your hair with a little hat.
Model Erin Wasson's soft waves and menswear-inspired hat are inspiringly laid back.. It's a style where a few flyaways even looks chic.
A deep side-parted hairstyle has room to breathe with a backwards cap like on model Cara Delevingne.