On this page, I will introduce how to wear ITSUKI's nightcap "Hair Creperie" with illustrations as much as possible.
- Dry your hair thoroughly, brush it, and put it on
- In the case of a wolf cut, separate the hair around the face and leave it with the bangs.
If you have very long bangs, it works best to leave the hair in front of your ears and put it in your nightcap at the end.
- Always tuck your ears into your hat to keep your nightcap from falling off. If the ear is broken at that time, put your hand in it and fix it.
- By crossing the hair as shown in the illustration, not only can it prevent the hair around the nape from flipping upward when the nightcap is removed, but the hair can be loosely curled inward. Effective for semi-long hair
- By pulling the hood firmly, the hat fits your head. At this time, if you bring the rubber part to the position that covers the hairline of the bangs (shift it down), it will be difficult to remove.
- It is recommended to hold the edge of the hood together with one hand for a fluffy finish at the end.
- For a wolf cut, put the hair on the side of the face into the hat as shown in the illustration. Short bangs aren't exposed to friction with pillows, so there's no need to force them into your nightcap. Putting rather short bangs in a nightcap will cause terrible sleepiness
Confirm at the end!
So far, we've covered how to wear a hair creperie in great detail, but here are some important points to remember before going to sleep.
Are your ears inside your hat?
At first, even if you feel a little cramped around your ears, you will get used to it after a while. Also, if the ears are exposed, the nightcap will come off. Please be careful.
Are the rubber parts too far behind the hairline?
Let's bring the rubber part to the position that covers the hairline of the bangs. You can wear it deeply and it will be difficult to take it off.
Please check these two last points. It's much harder to take off, so you won't have to worry about wearing a nightcap while you sleep.