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It goes without saying that the weather doesn’t hold up for anyone. The only thing one can do is find ways to work around the elements — and the folks at Hairbrella have found the perfect solution that bridges the gap between fashion and function.
Founded and invented by Spelman College alumna Tracey Pickett, Hairbrella seeks to “empower women to conquer the world without worrying about the weather.”
Shop: Hairbrella Women’s Waterproof Rain Hat, S$54.87 and S$95.83 for two
Described as “the rain hat reinvented,” this genius product keeps hair dry and styles protected no matter the forecast.
The Hairbrella is 100 percent waterproof, with an exterior of thin, lightweight microfiber material. Attached to the front is a PVC visor that shields the face from the elements. This feature also protects makeup from any exposure to rain.
In addition to acting as an external shield, the Hairbrella also keeps hair protected, ensuring your locks remain soft and moisturized, thanks to its satin-lined interior.
The hat is one-size-fits-all, using an elastic band to form to any head shape. Plus, it comes with a built-in storage pouch for easy break-down and portability.
Shoppers have praised the Hairbrella for its “well-thought-out design” and “outstanding quality.”
“I purchased this for my wife and she absolutely loves it!” one five-star reviewer wrote. “She couldn’t stop talking about how there is finally a solution that actually helps keep her hair dry in inclement weather.”
The same reviewer highlighted that “she loves the style and the fact that it folds into itself so she can keep it in her bag at all times.”
Another shopper said the Hairbrella “doesn’t crush” her curls and that her head “is always kept at a comfortable temperature, no matter how long I wear it.”
A couple of shoppers, however, outlined one criticism of the product’s adjustable strap. These buyers mentioned it would be useful if there was a way to hide the exposed end once the Hairbrella is fully tightened.
To see a full demo of its performance, take a look at the video below: