|My Bike Helmet
with Flat Twists Underneath
My family and I love going on outdoor adventures. This summer we have been doing a lot more bike riding together. I always make sure that the kids wear their helmets but I haven’t really been into wearing mine.
That was until I noticed nearly every other adult on the bike path wearing theirs. At the very least they had on a cap for sun protection. So I decided it was time to get out the old bike helmet. Never mind the fact that it makes me look like Kazoo from the Flintstones. Safety first, right? The only thing I had to figure out though was what to do with my thick, curly hair underneath.
When I go for a bike ride in the morning, the solution is pretty simple. My hair is usually in twists or braids from the night before so I just wait until after the bike ride to take my hair down. This means shuttling the kids to school while wearing a satin scarf on my head but hey, I know I’ll be cute later on in the day, so that’s alright. I don’t even bother removing the scarf because it protects my hair while under the helmet. Another option is after a braid out when my hair is more flexible, I can get my hair to “lay down” under the helmet without too much of a fight using bobby pins.
|Flat Twists under Helmet
Other times though when my hair is up in a bun or puff, the helmet doesn’t really work. Still, in Colorado you really can’t get away without some type of sun protection. The high elevation here can make for some serious sun exposure so I still like to wear a visor and leave my hair up on top of my head like in the pic below.
So there you go Natural Hair Queens and Curly Goddesses…now there is no reason not to rock your head gear while on your bike ride. Be safe and happy riding.
|Rockin’ the Bun with