A hairdresser by trade, Cindi Servante has made a major dent in the fight against helmet hair by developing satiny "Style Saver Scarves" to wear under your motorcycle helmet. "They're based on the concept of those satin pillows women used to sleep on to keep their hairdos in shape in the days when they used to all go get their hair done once a week," she told me. Mine is a "Haight Ashbury" with a paisly print, which is her favorite as well, though the snake skin prints are pretty hot, too.
Before you put on the scarf you part your hair in the opposite direction, then slip it over. Because the fabric is so satiny, your motorcycle helmet just slides on over it, and when you take off your helmet you just flip your hair back to the way it's supposed to be parted and fluff a little and, voila, no more helmet hair!
It's also fashionable enough to wear even when you're not riding. Yay, Cindi! Visit Style Saver Scarves on the web.
You know I think this is a very good idea….imagine the money that can be made if a special scarf or fish net was designed and manufactured only for this purpose