Hair claws, scrunchies and butterfly clips are back in fashion thanks to the resurgence Y2K era. Headscarves are another 2000s hair accessory that is in fashion. These scarfs have been seen on Kendall Jenner, Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion.
Since the dawn of time, hair scarves have been around as long as human history. The head scarf is more than a fashion accessory for many religious women, especially Muslim women. Many also use it to show their style. While it is not a consequence-free accessory for women of other religions, it’s important to recognize the prejudice these women face by wearing their headscarves.
Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn loved hair scarves. They were stylish and functional and kept hair from getting in the way. They are still used today for the same purpose: to protect hair from the elements, hide a bad hair day, and instantly elevate a style. Scarves can be worn in many different ways today for almost any purpose.
There are plenty of scarf styling ideas on social media. We’ve got you covered if you want an easy-to-follow guide.
A headscarf is a fun accessory that doesn’t need much styling, especially when used as a hairband. Your everyday hairstyle will look elegant and sophisticated when adorned with vibrant colours. You can make a big scarf by folding it in a few sections and placing it around your forehead. Tie the ends at your nape.
The most popular way to wear a vintage silk scarf is with a bandana. It can be worn as a half-head wrap, with your hair down, or in a low bun. Make a triangle by folding your scarf in half diagonally. Then, hold the corners of the scarf and wrap it around your neck with the triangle’s point down your back. Finally, tie the scarf around your neck.
The Babushka-inspired scarf looks great whether you want to cover your hair, keep it from being blown away, or want to add some Hollywood glamour to your life. Fold the scarf in half and place one end over the other. Tie it under your chin. Today, the wind is not a threat to you.
No matter your hairstyle preference, a headscarf can be a great accessory. To make a triangle:
- Fold your scarf in half diagonally.
- Fold the triangle in half diagonally to form a triangle.
- Roll the scarf inwards until it forms a long, even strip.
Some scarves have a scrunchie that does all the work for you.
The bandana-style style allows your headscarf to cover most of your head. Turban-style scarves can even have decoy strips of fabric that trick the eye into believing that a knot is tied at the back.