Does wearing hats make you go bald?
No, wearing hats does not cause hair loss. This is a common misconception or wives’ tales because many people who are beginning to lose their hair use a hat as a way to cover it up. From this we get the idea that caps can cause hair loss.
When performing physical activities such as exercising, it is believed possible to slow down or stop hair growth while wearing a hat. If you wear a hat and stop during your activities it is possible for the sweat to stop up the pores in your head, and this will prolong or halt hair growth, but it will not cause you to lose your current hair.
Whether you are bald or not, wearing a hat is a great accessory piece for your total getup. There are so many styles to choose from and thousands of different ways to customize them, you are able to make your look Completely your own. And now that we have explained that wearing hats does not cause you to go bald you really have no excuse not to wear them. It is no longer considered bad manners to wear hats inside either. While that may be a matter of opinion, I'm sticking to it.
And if you feel like wearing a hat compromises either a bald head or a beautiful set of hair, then visors are the hats made for you. We'll be glad to help you find the hat that best fits your budget, your usage, or your style. Most hats come with embroidery but we do have the foam mesh trucker hat that gets screen printing on it.
Of course you know by now that we added this question is a joke. We take our job seriously but we like to have a good time too. There are a few Easter eggs hidden on this site and this is just one of them. By the way, we are not doctors so don't believe in anything we say medically related on whether hats can make you go bald are not.
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