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One hat When choosing, your facial structure and general shape are important factors to consider. If you have a small face, you should choose a smaller hat. Conversely, if you have a wide face, you should choose a larger hat. In short, everything is about ratio in hat selection.
Regardless of your size or features, a hat shouldn't be wider than your shoulders.
Here are a few tips
Choose hats with a low profile crown and small brim. Avoid big hats that can overpower you. Many cloche style hats take pride in a particularly petite frame.
Wide-brim and short-crowned hats are ideal. Avoid narrow and angular hats.
Wide and full-brimmed hats can help balance your shape.
Sharp Angle Features
If your face has sharp angles, you should choose hats with asymmetrical lines. Look for hats with folds, folds that will help soften your face.
Adjusting the hat
If the hat doesn't fit well the first time you try it, you may need to adjust how it should be placed on your head. If your face isn't symmetrical, the hat will probably look better from one angle. Try tilt the hat slightly to the right or left. Angle from all directions and view from all angles. Experiment until you find the best fit.
Hat Use with Glasses
If you have glasses, try turning the brim of your hat up for a more beautiful look.
For good looks, try tucking your hair behind your ear or lifting your hair up so your features can be fully showcased.
Experiment with different earrings to color. For women with hair loss, large earrings can help balance your look and focus attention back on your face.
If you find hats problematic due to hair loss, try wearing a hat lining under the hat to add a layer of protection between your scalp and the hat. Hat liners also allow you to wash your hat less often.
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