If you’re like me and hate those flimsy roughly made Halloween hats that go great with your costume, you’ve struggled with every hat that doesn’t and/or can’t stand on its own. Just to show you what I mean here’s a picture of a hat that came with my choice of Halloween costume this year.
Lucky for you, I figured out how to help with this problem. I have some great ways to help your hat stay on your head throughout parties, Ren fests, and other crazy outings.
So, here’s what you’ll need: A hair pin to match your hair color, the hat of your choice, and a hair clip.(no particular color and medium sized)
Here’s step 1: Pull your hair into a half ponytail and have it towards the top of your head. This is very important in holding the hat where you would want it positioned. The further back your half ponytail is the further your hat will sit on your head.
Step 2: Twirl your half ponytail up onto your head and fold the ends of your hair inward. Then, clip that bunch of hair down as close to your skull as possible.
Step 3: Set your hat wear you feel the most comfortable with it on your head. The position says everything about your costume. and then ready you hair pin.
Step 4: Pin the very edge of your hat to your hair. You should have it pinned not tightly, but snug to your skull. As I’ve said before the position is important.
Step 5: And now you have successfully made your costume hat that was previously flimsy and nonfunctional to functional and able to stand on its own. You can now show your friends this handy little secret for standing your hats up straight-ish.
I hope this has helped you with any quarrels you might have with your future costume hats. I’m sure I’ll have more great tips for costumes and other helpful hints and tips.