Winter is fast approaching, and for those in colder parts of the country, that means dragging out the box of winter gear. If you haven't completed your hair restoration procedure that could mean that your bare scalp is going to be exposed to uncomfortable temperatures.

Keeping your head warm in winter

Winter is fast approaching, and for those in colder parts of the country, that means dragging out the box of winter gear. If you haven't completed your hair restoration procedure, that could mean your bare scalp is going to be exposed to uncomfortable temperatures. Much of the body's heat is lost through the head, so fortunately, there are plenty of stylish ways to keep it warm this season. 

Hunters' caps 
Made popular by Holden Caulfield in The Catcher in the Rye, hunters' caps are excellent for full head coverage in chilly weather. The cap is typically lined with wool or fleece and has ear flaps that can be pinned up or let down to cover the ears. It is a fashionable option that is sure to keep your head warm even in the coldest regions.

Beanies 
Beanies seem to be a popular hat style no matter the season, but they are a winter essential. This type of headwear is perfect for sporting events, the commute to the office or a relaxing weekend day outside. Beanies come in all different colors and styles, so you will always be able to find one that matches your preferences or needs. 

Headband ear warmers 
If you want a sleeker option, headband ear warmers would make a great choice. These thin but warm ear covers wrap around the back of your head and cover both ears with a slimmer version of ear muffs. They are usually made of fleece or wool and will keep you from catching a chill.

While there are many pieces of clothing made to keep your head warm, it may be time to start considering long-term options. A hair restoration procedure will give you back a full head of hair to help retain your scalp's heat.

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