I’m used to old fashioned one or two knot hair nets (they’re less expensive considering I lose mine in my pockets etc) and I put it on over my forehead and ears, take the hairnet with my hair as if I were making a low pony tail securing it with a hair tie. Then I twirl the pony tail, flip my head upside down for gravity’s help. And put my helmet on front to back. And tuck any flyaways.
I also use the No Knots. They take a little getting used to, but I love the way the hair is able to kind of spread out rather than being in a lump of pony tail. More comfortable and more stable under the helmet. I know they are quite thick, and therefore visible, but get the closest color for your natural hair (they have about 5 colors to choose from) and realize that with your helmet on, they are not that visible from across the ring. Besides, everyone wears a hair net (or should, lol) so it is not a big deal if it is a little visible.
I use the RWR no knot hair nets, I used the regular ones before and since I switched I have never looked back I can put my hair in a hairnet in 10 seconds ! But make sure when you buy a helmet you put a hair net on to make sure you have the right fit .
@teamgpa thank you! But I am sure my helmet is the correct size. I have had my head measured and they recommended me to buy a 57 (without the hair in the helmet) so I tried a 58 and 59 and my hair wouldn’t fit so bought a 60 and this one is perfect but I just get a headache from my hair elastic
Hello, The most important is to choose the right size of your helmet , il you put all your hair in your helmet, try an helmet like this and never change your habit, because the right size for a helmet is a question of safety.