Hair pulled up and tied before putting the helmet on...

by Debi Mecham
(Prairie City, OR)

After a Day of Riding

After a Day of Riding

When I first started riding, I would put my hair in a braid down my back but when the helmet came off, it looked terrible cause my hair has thinned and the short pieces were hanging out and the top was flat. I now wear shoulder length slightly layered colored hair. My bangs are long, so when I hop on my bike, I use a covered hair tie and pull all my hair up on top of my head into a pony tail. The ends are going everywhere but are all covered by my helmet. Then when I take my helmet off, the band comes out immediately and I have full wavey hair.

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Jul 23, 2010
Helmet Hair??
by: Anonymous

I have tried this....and doesn't work for me...makes my helmet too tight...or is the helmet too tight to begin with??

Mar 27, 2010
by: Rocco

I have thin hair and no matter what I do, when I take off the helmet, it looks terrible! And there is no fixin it. My solution is to Velcro a cool lookin' cap to my bars. Helmet off, hat on......

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