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The best earmuffs?

(8 Posts)
LDNmummy Fri 23-Sep-11 11:50:27

I can't wear hats to cover my head because I have very thick, curly, voluminous hair. I have perma helmet head if I try. I like the idea of ear muffs because my ears get very cold and I get that horrid headache feeling if they aren't covered, but I can't seem to find good quality ear muffs. I'm tired of always having to hike my scarf up around my ears like a weirdo.

Any recommendations? I hear the Ugg one's are very good but too pricey for me sad

louloubellamozzarella Fri 23-Sep-11 12:19:11

Asos earmuffs are good. have a pair which I've had for a couple of years and have handwashed twice and they are still great. 20% off at the moment too!!

Maybe try one of those knitted band things that you wear around your head and go over the ears (not sure what called)? Am going to try this year to keep hair under control and ears warm. Again asos does them too (can you tell I like asos) smile

louloubellamozzarella Fri 23-Sep-11 12:22:44


big furry ones

cleanteeth Sat 24-Sep-11 11:24:35

I love all of these

tiredteddy Sat 24-Sep-11 11:33:56

I saw lots of ear muffs in accessorize yesterday, also try "animal " as they do them too.

LDNmummy Sat 24-Sep-11 15:01:21

Thanks guys, got fed up and bought these from Ebay.

I bought them because they wraparound instead of going over the head.

I think I might go for the cable knit one's from Accessorize too, I have been eyeing them up since yesterday and can't resist.

Havingkittens Sat 24-Sep-11 20:47:42

Personally I prefer wearing the ones which don't have fake fur on the inside bit of the ear muff as I find it really tickly!

Littlepumpkinpie Sat 24-Sep-11 21:09:29

I have Celtic sheepskin ones they are HUGE keep my ears lovely and warm but makes it very hard to hear.

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