"The visor is a functional accessory. It will shade you from the sun while holding your hair in place. A braid, a ponytail, down and sleek, or a messy chignon all work. A ponytail is more sporty, while wearing your hair down is more elegant."... read more ›
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The visor on loose hair.
The visor protects your eyes and forehead without hiding your hair, so don't forget to style it! It won't take much work. Leave your hair down, straight or curly; and create a neat centre parting. Then, simply put on your visor, making sure it rests mid-way down your forehead.... view details ›
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The adjustable straps keep the visor firmly on your head even when you're making a hard serve. Pair it with a white tennis dress and shoes for a classic Wimbledon look. The hairstyle rule of thumb for sports visors is to have your hair up high. Think a high pony tail ala Sharapova or a high plaited braid.... read more ›
While it may feel like a relic from childhood camping trips, the visor has reemerged as a trending hat silhouette for summer. This time around, it eschews its ultra-sporty connotations and pivots toward beautiful woven textures like raffia and bright, cheery patterns. “I'm seeing a trend toward visors,” Randall says.... continue reading ›
They were practical, sure, on the tennis court or a bike ride. But, fashionable? Not a chance. That has changed in the past year: Designer brands like Dior and Tommy Hilfiger first made them A Thing again on the spring 2018 runways, and they've been going strong into summer 2019.... continue reading ›
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- Let your hair hang down naturally to help frame your face.
- Try slicking your hair straight back before putting your cap on if you want a cleaner style.
Visors are cooler than hats. Because of the open top, visors allow for more breathability than a hat. Obviously, visors provide sun protection for your face. Like hats, they keep sweat from dripping onto your face mid-run.... view details ›
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-Start by creating two low pigtails (or, if you're wearing a visor, you can opt for high pigtails, too). -Next, back-comb your hair with your fingers to create some volume, then twist each pigtail into a bun. -Secure with bobby pins, and you're ready to go!... read more ›