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The Best Ways To Stay Warm Without Getting Hat Head This Winter

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 3/11/2015 Julee Wilson

The crisp, cold air and blistering winds of winter don't care that you'd rather not turn your freshly blown out tresses into hat hair or that your voluminous curls just won't fit under a knitted cap.

Thankfully, earmuffs and cozy headbands offer the path of least resistance when it comes to your coif. Slip on one of these cold-weather accessories and not only will you keep your ears warm and your hairstyle sleek, but you'll look great doing so. From fuzzy fleece to luxe rabbit fur, there are plenty of options. 

We're rounded up a stylish selection of hairdo-friendly headwarmers for your wearing pleasure. And make sure to check out the Instagram style inspiration below. 

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HEADBANDS (top to bottom): UGG shearling "Carter" headband, $95; L.L. Bean fleece-lined headband, $25; Lands' End "100 Fleece" headband, $14; Echo Design yak headband, $58. 

EARMUFFS (clockwise): Barbour "Carsten" adjustable earmuffs, $46; Surell "Rex" rabbit fur earmuffs, $85; EMU Australia "Angahook" earmuffs, $60; Adrienne Landau rabbit fur earmuffs, $30. 


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