Satin Lined Beanie Blue
Satin Lined Beanie Blue
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Who says your natural hair has to suffer while you’re out and about being your stylish self? The days of choosing between fashion and function are over! Our satin lined beanies for women mean you can have both style and healthy naturally curly hair. While you go about the business of being you, let our slouchy satin lined beanie, with elastic, give you full frizz control, lock in moisture and protect your curly natural hair from damage, while you’re awake or sleeping.
· Circumference 20" to 22.5” (51 to 56cm) Length 12” (30.5cm) approximately
. Wash with cold water or up to 30 degrees Celsius, air dry, or tumble dry low
· With elastic, to stay even more snug on your head
. Featured in The Huff Post, Essence, Teen Vogue, Independent, The Glitter Guide, Afrobella, Cosmopolitan, Gal-dem mag & more
Let’s talk satin! Now, I’m sure you love satin and how it drapes and caresses you from head to toe, but did you know satin is NOT fabric? You see, satin is a weave of the fabric. That means you can get satin from different types of material because it is fabric that is woven to create the silky-smooth texture we know as “satin,” in our satin lined beanie. When you see it referred to as satin fabric, it's talking about the weave.
And here’s why you should care … this luxurious texture is so gentle that it does more than just feel good. It also locks in hair moisture, giving hair hydration it craves. It also protects from breakage and split ends hair and reduces the “frizzy hair blues ” giving you full frizz control. And because satin fabric locks in hair hydration, you have no need to weigh your natural hair down with heavy oils and greasy products. Healthy kinky curly hair is lush, and you can trust our beanies for women to amplify the natural beauty of your naturally curly hair.
Wear our satin lined beanie as a satin sleep cap or on the town. We've got you covered!
All our packaging is made up of 100% recycled materials. From the tissue paper and boxes we use, to the mailers we send our packages in. We made the decision, a couple of years into Breezy Tee, that we needed to be more responsible for the amount of plastic we were sending into the world. While the bad stuff is cheaper, the cost to the earth was simply not worth it for us.