Three Ways to Wear a Hair Scarf
The following is a guest post from our friends at The Budget Fashionista.
As a low-maintenance gal, I’m always on the watch for easy ways to do my hair that don’t require a flat iron, hundreds of bobby pins, or multiple squirts of hairspray. Lucky for me, scarves as headbands are a huge trend this spring—and those require about two minutes effort, tops.
Save yourself some time this season and give the look a try, starting with my favorite three ways below:
1. The Scarf
Take an everyday hanky. Twist it until it’s narrow, wrap it around your head like you might a towel-turban right out of the shower. Opt for bright colors or patterns—have fun with it!
2. The Cloth Headband
Made for you, the cloth headband has more structure. Gotta love the colors from American Apparel for only $14!
3. The Long Scarf
If you get the length right it can serve as a neck wrap as well! I love this look because it adds fun and volume to your hair, and you can have short, medium or long locks and the extra ends of flowing scarf just add you your look of pretty lady. Etsy is a great place to find unique scarves-for-hair at a variety of price!
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