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Satin Lined Cashmere Beanie

Satin Lined Cashmere Beanie

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Meet Silkre's Satin Lined Cashmere Beanie—a winter essential born from the need for cozy warmth without the dreaded hat hair. This chunky ribbed knit beanie has a roomy fit to accommodate all hair types, ensuring everyone can stay snug. Lined with satin, it wards off static and hair damage, making bad hair days a thing of the past. Perfect for those who value effortless style and hair care, even in the coldest climates.

Please note that colours may vary due to screen settings and photography.

  • Chunky ribbed knit for a cozy, comfy look with a slouchy look.
  • Extra-long cuff for warmth and security, because no one has time for beanie slip-ups.
  • Satin lining protects hair, fights frizz, and keeps it smooth—no static, just sleek strands.
  • Cashmere blend offers luxurious softness and warmth, making chilly days feel like a toasty hug.
  • Breathable design keeps you warm without overheating, perfect for day-long wear.
  • Sustainably sourced cashmere for guilt-free luxury—because saving the planet is always in style.
  • Dimensions: 23 cm (height) x 19 cm (width)
  • Circumference of Satin Lined Cashmere Beanie: 61 cm  

Will beanies make you bald?

No, wearing a beanie hat won't lead to baldness or hair loss. Beanies apply gentle pressure to the head, which doesn't harm hair follicles or inhibit hair growth in any way. Opt for beanies made from gentle materials like satin-lined beanies to minimise friction and potential hair damage.

Are beanies bad for your hair?

Beanies are perfectly safe for your hair when worn normally. However, wearing any hat too tightly or for excessive periods without removing it can lead to issues like hair breakage and scalp irritation. Proper beanie fit and giving your hair a break is recommended.

Can beanies cause hair loss?

Beanies themselves do not directly cause hair loss. Hair shedding is part of the natural hair growth cycle. As long as you avoid wearing tight beanies that pull on the hair and take them off periodically, knit beanies should not contribute to abnormal hair loss.

When were beanies invented?

Beanies have been around since the 19th century, worn by sailors, farmers and other outdoor workers for warmth. They later became popular as casual fashion accessories in the early 1900s.

Who invented beanies?

Beanies evolved as functional headwear among various working-class groups before becoming a mainstream style. While there's no single credited inventor, they've been part of multiple cultures' attire for centuries. The modern knit beanie gained popularity in the early 20th century, favoured by outdoor enthusiasts and athletes for its warmth and comfort.

Why do beanies itch?

Some beanies may feel itchy if made from scratchy wool or inadequate breathability. Satin lined beanies prevent any irritation from the knit fabric touching the skin or scalp.

What colour beanies do you have?

Our beanie collection for women currently includes classic shades like black beanie and white beanie, as well as grey and beige. Check our website for the full range of available knit beanie colours.

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Cute and cosy

I am loving how soft this cashmere beanie is! Keeps me warm and the pop of white brings such a nice contrast to my hair and outfits ☺️