Sometimes, the chlorine in a swimming pool can damage your hair - especially if it’s color-treated or already needs moisture. But we’re here to help! We’ve put together this list of the top ten swim caps that keep your hair dry so that you can swim without worrying. You can have some fun in the sun no matter how long your hair is! Before we get started, here are some things you should know about swim caps.
Material: Swim caps are meant to hold tight to your head to block any water from getting to your hair. Because of this, they are usually made of stretchy, rubbery materials like silicone and nylon. Choose your favorite!
Colors: This is the number of colors that the caps are available in. We’ll add more details in the review, Choose a color that you’re going to love so you have a cap that you’re happy to wear!
Hair Length: How much hair will the cap cover? This information will tell you if it’s the right choice for you based on the length of your hair. Some caps can’t handle long hair, so keep this in mind.
Cap Width: How wide is the cap at the widest point? This can affect how snugly it will fit on your head. Each person’s head is different, so take measurements to make sure that it’s going to fit you alright.
Age: Is this a cap for an adult or a child? This will affect the size and how it will fit. Some caps are made for both, so that one size fits most. Keep this in mind when you order.
Fit: Does it fit snug or is it lose? This depends on a number of factors, including the size and shape of your head. This will tell you how it should fit on a standard head.
Now that you know a little more about swim caps, we can start showing you the products! Our top pick and budget pick our favorites, but you should definitely check out the rest of the caps on our list. We’ve done our research to bring you only the best caps, so you don’t have to do any additional research - we already did it! Now you can go swimming without worrying about ruining your hair!
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Kimberly Graf is a researcher and writer for GeekWrapped.com. She covers kitchen, cooking, and home products.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019