Check out how you can easily refresh your look and give it a holiday touch. Interestingly, you can wear a scarf in your hair all year round. Without a doubt, such a hairstyle will not go unnoticed. Below you will find several ways to tie a scarf on your head, which are simple and easy to reproduce. Do not wait, just try them on yourself!
Scarf on the head – will each one be suitable?
Headwear is very fashionable in 2022, so this time we decided to address the topic of scarves. It is best to choose cotton or silk scarves, that is, as natural as possible, although nothing prevents you from reaching for a viscose or polyester one – plain, with tassels, strings or chains. They provide excellent protection from the sun and from the wind, but also hold your hair exactly where you want it, or simply serve a purely decorative function.
Scarves come in a wide variety of colors and more or less distinctive designs. A lot really depends on how you want to tie the scarf on your head. Choose a model that will harmonize with your hair, your beauty type and the rest of your outfit. Also note that for some updos a small scarf will suffice, while for others you will need a longer or wider one. And how to tie it? About it below!
Tie-ups with a scarf in the lead role – sample hairstyles.
We give you the three most popular neckerchief ties on the head. All of them are simple enough that we have no doubt that you will do great with them.
Scarf tied in the back or front
First up is the absolute classic, the tying pioneered by Jacqueline Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn. Here you have the choice of either covering your entire head with a scarf and tying the ends under your chin, or at the back, at the nape of your neck. Let out your bangs or front strands for a more nonchalant look. The so-called “babushka look” trend continues, so take advantage of fashion freedom and wear a scarf instead of classic headwear.
The babushka look is not for you? Then try a turban, which is perfect not only for everyday wear, but especially for big outings and summer walks. Of course, you need to prepare yourself a sizable scarf to be able to tie everything carefully. In addition, it will still be useful to use pins to secure the ends and so that the turban does not move.
A scarf instead of an elastic band
Do you like to have your hair tied in a ponytail? Cover a classic elastic band with a patterned scarf. Leave its ends loose so that they hang freely, or tie a bow from them. On the other hand, you can also use the scarf for a bun. Make a standard chignon on top of your head or low, just above the nape of your neck, then wrap it with a neckerchief and gently tie the ends.
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