Hats are the general name for things that serve as clothing for the head (hats, hats, etc.).
Hat making is completely safe. Yes, but it wasn't always that way. Let us at least recall the expression "mad as a hatter", which has a real historical basis. The fact is that earlier mercury nitrate was used to process fur or felt, as a result of which the craftsmen inevitably came into contact with mercury vapor, which led to poisoning. But mercury poisoning can cause irreversible brain damage, and as a result, hatters suffered from hallucinations, seizures, memory loss, and sometimes dementia.
Wearing hats (hats, caps, etc.) can cause hair loss. No, hats do not affect hair loss. Much more damage can be caused by heavy wigs attached to real hair with tape or glue and sometimes causing so-called traumatic baldness.
The color of the hat must be matched to the color of the clothes. Yes, this is so, but in addition, you should definitely take into account your natural individuality. The color of the hat should match your color type. For example, black and white hats are best for dark-haired girls with fair skin. Fair-haired girls, whose skin tone is cool light, pinkish-bluish, should give preference to all shades of gray and cold brown (dark chocolate, cocoa, pinkish-beige, etc.). Hats of the color of coffee with milk, coffee, cinnamon, sand shades can be worn by girls with light hair and skin of warm peach shades.
The shape of the hat must be in line with fashion. Of course, when choosing a hat style, you need to take into account fashion trends. However, it should be remembered that fashion is changeable, and select this item of toilet in accordance with your facial features. For example, if your face has hard, sculptural features, formal hats and jockey bowlers are for you. For the owner of soft and feminine features, it is best to choose panamas made of fleecy drapes or elegant hats with soft brims.
Panama is a summer and always rumpled hat, which was worn by pioneers and elderly people. Misconception. Real Panama - a hat made from the leaves of a Panamanian palm tree of a jeepijap, perfectly keeps its shape and costs at least seventy dollars, so not every pensioner can afford it. Classic panamas are produced with a cruciform top (to make it easier to fold), sold in cylindrical cases, rolled up.
A real man never lowers his ears with earflaps. A fairly stable stereotype, following which our compatriots bravely wore in twenty-degree frost either a hat with a funny bow-tie at the top, or a "blende" that barely covers the top of the head, delighting the surrounding "real man" with bright red ears suffering from frost. The modern international ushanka has completely different characteristics - the top is made of fabric, the fur is on the inside of the product, the ears are lowered (protection from frost and wind). And men in such hats for some reason did not look less masculine - rather, on the contrary.
Berets are a headdress for artists. In fact, a lot depends on the style of the beret. It is unlikely that you have seen many masters of painting, for example, in an army beret trimmed with leather along the inner edge, with a mandatory bow at the back. Such a headdress is more suitable for self-confident individuals who prefer the military style.
Caps are worn by intellectuals. This opinion has long been irrelevant. These days French felt caps are worn by the people of Paris, and flat tweed caps, especially those made by Herbert Johnson, are most popular in England.
A bowler hat is a headdress for clerks and gatekeepers. This is not entirely true. Initially, bowlers were chosen mainly by stockists and bankers. A little later, in about the seventies of the last century, English skins (at that time the difficult teenagers from the municipal suburbs were called that) preferred to wear bowlers, white trousers and high army boots. The bowler hat has not gone into oblivion even today - these hats are made in many countries of the world, but, of course, the best ones are Lock @ Co products in England (felt for them is rolled from hare down).
Knitted hats are only suitable for athletes. Not necessary. Some athletes put on such hats after a match or a race, celebrities choose this hat for wearing in everyday life (knit hats are worn, for example, by Bruce Willis), combining them with a suit, and sometimes without even taking them off indoors. It should only be remembered that, according to the latest fashion trends, a hat should not have cuffs, lapels and any decorations on top.
The best material for a demi-season hat is felt. Indeed, this material has many advantages: durability, richness of forms, compliance with fashion trends. But there are also some disadvantages. For example, it is better not to get into the rain in a felt hat - it quickly absorbs moisture, it can lose its shape. If the hat is wrinkled, it is already impossible to restore it, therefore you will have to comply with many high requirements for care and storage. The rather harsh shape of a felt hat can sometimes cause discomfort during wearing or damage your hairstyle. In addition, due to the prevailing traditions, felt hats have an age and sometimes material qualification; they are not combined with every type of clothing. Softer and less demanding hats for use and storage are made of semi-woolen fabrics - velor, cashmere, drape, as well as various bouclé fabrics (and in some cases it is possible to make a model of a particular hat, both in demi-season and insulated option).