Kuuans Mesh Rayon Crochet Women’s Hair Net

Last updated date: October 29, 2020

DWYM Score

8.2

Kuuans Mesh Rayon Crochet Women’s Hair Net

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We looked at the top Women's Hair Nets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Women's Hair Net you should buy.

Editor's Note November 23, 2020:
Checkout The Best Women’s Hair Net for a detailed review of all the top women's hair nets.

Overall Take


In our analysis, the Kuuans Kuuans Mesh Rayon Crochet Women's Hair Net placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Perfect for those days you just want to cover your hair. These hairnets are breathable and have an extra tight weave. They are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. Material: Made from 100% nylon, soft and extremely lightweight. Perfect for you to cover you hair, hold you hair out of the way for everyday activities. A good gift for your lover, family and friends.

An Overview On Women's Hair Nets

A hairnet is designed to keep the hair in place on one’s head. In many industries, such as food service, manufacturing and healthcare, hair falling from the head into products can be harmful and unsanitary. This is why hairnets are mandatory in many workplaces. Not only do they hold hair securely within the net, they also reduce the need to brush your hair off your face and neck. These kinds of hairnets are typically made from a fine nylon netting or mesh, and are elasticized to provide a secure fit around the head.

While hairnets help to create a sanitary environment in many workplaces, they also work in other industries where the goal is to create a polished and professional look. These types of hairnets are usually smaller than the ones that go around the whole head. These are designed to just cover a bun at the top of your head and keep all of the hair in the bun in place. Flight attendants, hotel clerks, ballet dancers, skaters, nurses and other similar professionals use this kind of hairnet. Some of these kinds of smaller hairnets also come with pins that you can use to attach the hairnet to your hair and keep it in place.

The Women's Hair Net Buying Guide

  • If you need to wear a full-coverage hairnet for work and have short hair, it’s best to secure it in place before putting on the hairnet, even if your hair is too short to put in a ponytail. Use a pomade product on your hair and slick it back. Secure any pieces of unruly hair with pins. Open the hairnet and start putting it on from the top of your head, working down to the nape of your neck. If there are any stray hairs, tuck them in with your fingers.
  • For longer hair, make a medium-height ponytail and use a styling cream to slick back any hair. Twist your ponytail around itself to make a bun and secure it in place using U-shaped pins. You can then place a full-coverage hairnet over your whole head, starting with the front of your head and working downwards to the nape of your neck.
  • If you want to wear a small hairnet just over the bun, you’ll need to make a high ponytail and then twist your hair over itself to make a tight bun. Add in several pins to keep the bun in place, then place the small hairnet over the bun and secure with U-shaped pins.