I am pretty fanatical about keeping my hair pulled back when I’m cooking.
I think it stems from my first job in a deli; I’d come home after a long shift and hop right into the shower to get all of the bits of food the food slicers had shot into my hair. Even with a ponytail and headband, things always ended up in my hair. I’m still not sure how.
Today, I don’t have to worry about meat slicers, but I still highly prefer to have my hair tied back as much as possible. That usually involves at least two hair elastics, a headband and – occasionally – a bobby pin or two. So, when the folks at Hoo Rag asked me to try one out, I was stoked.
A Hoo Rag is a seamless bandana that can be wrapped and worn multiple ways. It’s thin enough that you can wrap it up and use it as a pony tail holder, and large enough that you can cover most of your head with it if you wanted to. I was really impressed with how easy it was to maneuver my hair into and not make it look like a mess. (I’m often hair-challenged, so this was a feat!) It doesn’t stretch out like other headbands I’ve had and it’s washable – which makes it perfect for the kitchen.
It also comes in a lot of different, fun designs too. I chose the colorful Groovy-Hoo, because I’m super drawn to bright colors:
They also have some fun cooking-related, ones:
The people at Hoo Rag want you to have a chance to try it out too so they’re offering two more for lucky readers.
Pop on over to www.HooRag.com and take a look at all the different designs (there are lots!). Leave a comment letting me know which design you’d pick if you win. That’s it!
Comments can be made until midnight EST on December 25, 2012. I’ll contact the winners on December 26.
This contest is now over.
Disclosure: I was sent a Hoo Rag for review. Hoo Rag is providing the prize for this contest and I’ve recieved no addition compensation for this post. All opinions are my own.