Sun hats, an stylish accessory in summer, can shade your forehead, eyes and cheeks from sun UV ray. It is very important for girls/ladies/women to protect themselves from directly strong sunshine, so it is necessary to use a sun protective hat when you are outside in the summer.
Here, I will introduce three types of sun hats in trend this year and you should not miss: bucket hat,panama hat, floppy straw hat.
Bucket hat: it protect face from UV sun rays,and it is foldable and breathable for summer and spring holidays.
Panama hat: Thanks to its incomparable light weight which makes it incredibly comfortable to wear, hats made from Panama straw are perfect for wearing in warmer temperatures.
Floppy straw hat: provider the most sun protection, but it has some weight and may feel bulky.
There are three key factors you need to consider when you picking a hat, occasion, outfits, your face shape.
Occasion : straw hat also looks very elegant with its bright, often almost whitish color, meaning that straw hats are always an excellent choice for both leisure wear and festive occasions. Bucket hats is suit for outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking, camping and beach.
Your face shape: your just need to know that a narrow face suit with narrow brim and flat top hats while wide face fits great in wide brim and taller.
Outfits: remember to pick a beige, white or plain hat, when you wearing a colorful outfit when wearing a neutral color outfit, a plain hat will add bright point to fashion and speak your style.
They keep you warm in winter, protect your skin in summer, and are your go-to for bad hair days – but is your hat doing your face any favors?
You Will Need
Knowledge of your face shape
Step 1 Try them on
Try on hats in a variety of colors and note which ones flatter your skin tone. Pale complexions look best in warm tones, such as pink. If you’re dark-skinned, avoid black hats. Make sure the hat fits your head and doesn’t fall over your ears or squeeze your forehead.
Step 2 Choose a hat based on face size
Choose a hat proportionate to your face size. If you have a small face, avoid hats with large brims and crowns. If you have a large face, don’t wear face-hugging hats.
Tuck your hair behind your ears or wear it in a low ponytail or bun before donning a hat.
Step 3 Get the right hat for your face shape
Create length in a round face by choosing hats with high brims and sharp angles, such as a fedora or a bucket hat, and avoid rounded crowns. Long faces look best in hats with a low crown, such as a newsboy cap, or hats with large brims, such as sun hats or panama hats. Oval faces look good in just about any hat.
Step 4 Flatter your features
Wear a hat that sits forward on your head and has a distinct brim if you have a large nose. A swept-up or angled-brim hat is the most flattering if you wear glasses. For every face shape, the hat’s crown should never be wider than your cheekbones. Play with angling so the hat looks its best on you.
Position the hat so that it sits in the center of your head, covering half of your forehead. Most people wear their hats too far back.
Step 5 Wear it with confidence
Wear your hat with confidence. A hat definitely draws attention, so make sure you feel comfortable in it and let it show.