Interesting Head Scarf Styles
Some days our hair feels gorgeous, clean and beautiful enough to star in a hair-care campaign. Other days, not so much. We found a solution to this issue.
The head scarf is hardly a new trend, but it is a fun way to shake up your use of the cold-weather accessory. The benefit of this particular hair accessory is how versatile it can be: there are tons of different looks you can achieve with just one scarf, some of which we present below.
THE PONY TIE
One of the absolute easiest ways to incorporate a scarf into your look is by simply tying it around a ponytail. This works with pretty much any size or shape, so long as you can secure it in a knot.
The signature style of Lizzie McGuire is here, which is probably your easiest option if you’re really not feeling your hair or just want to cover up a third-day blowout.
THE BANDANNA CAP
Very similar to the above, but it rather gives off an early 2000s or summer camp vibe.
Favored by Eastern European grandmothers and fashion-obsessed rappers alike, the babushka covers most of your head, is incredibly easy to do and stays in place even if you’re running around all day.
THE SCARF BRAID
There are multiple ways to incorporate a scarf into a braid and this one is the easiest and simplest one for you.