How to Use a Headband
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How to Use a Headband

I have always been a fan of the head band. Even though it doesn't seem like it's in style anymore. I used to wear them all the time when I was younger. The older I get I feel very childish wearing them still, but I continue to find new stylish ones and wear them, instead of the outdated ones that I previously wore.

To keep your headband from pinching your head and giving you headaches make sure you properly position it to be above or below your temples. Also, try not to get the headbands that have teeth. Instead, opt for a headband that is smooth and with no teeth. Make sure the headband is not pushing on the back of your head or neck as well.

Be caeful that it doesn't push on the bottom edge of your head or skull bone because that will cause pain and headaches too. Also, make sure the headband is large enough for your head. If it is too small there will be nothing you can do to prevent it from squeezing your head unless you can widen it somehow. I usually position my headband a few inches past my forehead and make sure it's not positioned in a bad spot. If you notice it beginning to squeeze your head or you get a headache, take it off and re-position it.

I think the headbands without teeth, the ones that are smooth, are the best. They pull the hair back and keep it in place, while not being so tight and un-adjustable like the one's with teeth. Also, the smooth ones will bend and fit your head. The plastic ones or any with teeth are not so forgiving. You cannot bend or move them easily without breaking them.

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