Fashion Trend: 6 hairstyles with a headscarf

Fashion trend to have good use of your Scarf. Drape it on your neck, tie your hair with it, hang it on your bag, or wear it around your head to protect yourself from the sun. The scarf has always been a classic accessory.

The first time I saw a scarf worn in a chic style was when I watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I love the song ’Moon River’ and seeing Audrey Hepburn sing it with a scarf wrapped around her head made me want to try it out too. Cut to a few years ago when Carrie Bradshaw sported a scarf fashionably on her trip to Abu Dhabi in SATC 2. A scarf is an impeccable accessory and creates the classic vintage feel that all women love.

Are you as enthralled as I am? Get your scarf game on with these 7 fun ways to style a scarf on your hair. They’re super easy to do, so say goodbye to wasting time in front of a mirror and read on!

6 Incredible Ways To Tie A Scarf On/Over/With Your Hair

1. Half Top Knot With A Scarf

Half top knots are one of my favorite hairdos, which is why this is at the top of my list! If you (like me) love the messy boho look, simply use your fingers instead of a comb to gather your hair. Trust me, it makes all the difference!

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What You Need
  • An elastic band
  • A scarf
How To Do
  1. Gather some hair with your fingers from the top and sides of your head.
  2. Hold it with one hand as you would a half ponytail. With your other hand, pass the elastic band over this section of hair.
  3. Wrap your hair into a bun. Twist the elastic band and run it over the bun to secure it.
  4. Tie the scarf at the base of the half top knot, covering the elastic band.

2. Top Knot With A Scarf

Top knots are super versatile. They’re perfect for work, parties, and staying cozy at home. Adding a scarf to the top knot only makes it look classier.

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What You Need
  • An elastic band
  • A scarf
How To Do
  1. If you want a neat bun, brush your hair with a comb, and gather your hair into a mid ponytail. Wrap your hair into a bun and secure it in place with an elastic band. Tie the scarf at the base of the knot to cover the elastic band.
  2. If you want a messy look, gather your hair into a high ponytail with your fingers. Pass the elastic band over the ponytail once. Twist the band and pull your hair halfway through it, leaving the ends to hang loose. Hold the top knot up and tie the scarf around its base to secure it.

3. Low Ponytail

The low ponytail with a scarf has to be one of the most vintage hairstyles there has ever been! It looks stunning and is incredibly easy to do.

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What You Need
  • Curling iron or straightening iron
  • Elastic band
  • Scarf
How To Do
  1. Style your hair in loose waves with the help of a curling iron or straightening iron to add some volume and texture to it.
  2. Using your fingers, brush your hair back into a low ponytail and secure it with an elastic band.
  3. Roll your scarf into a long band. Place the center of the scarf underneath the base of the ponytail. Lift the ends of the scarf and switch them to the opposite sides, wrapping them around the ponytail base. Switch them again before tying a knot at the top.

4. Mid-Level Bun With A white headscarf

Time for a fun fact! Did you know that the bandana originated from India? Yeah, it got its name from the Hindi word bhando, which means ‘to tie.’ Pretty culturally awesome, right?

Time for a fun fact! Did you know that the bandana originated from India? Yeah, it got its name from the Hindi word bhando, which means ‘to tie.’ Pretty culturally awesome, right?

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What You Need
  • Elastic band
  • Comb
  • Scarf/bandana
How To Do
  1. Comb your hair to remove any tangles.
  2. Gather your hair at the back and tie it into a mid-level bun. Leave the ends of your hair to fall over the bun at the top.
  3. Lay the scarf on a table and fold it neatly into a long band.
  4. Place the scarf along the back of your head, and pull the sides to the top of your head. Then, flip the sides and wrap them around to the back of your head.
  5. Tie a knot at the nape of your neck to finish off the look.

5. The Full Head Wrap

Give your kinky locks a much-needed break with this fabulous scarf style. This is a perfect example of how a pop of color in your makeup and a scarf can up the ante of an outfit.

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What You Need
  • Hair pins
  • Elastic band
  • Square scarf

How To Do

  1. If you have short hair, simply pin up all your hair so that none of it falls out of the scarf. If you have long hair, tie your hair in a bun at the back.
  2. Fold your scarf in half to form a triangle.
  3. Hold the scarf by the sides so that the center of the triangle is downwards. Slide the scarf over your head so that the held ends of the scarf are on either side of your head, and the pointed end of the scarf falls over your head, in front of your face.
  4. Overlap the held sides of the scarf, twist them around each other, and tie them into a knot at the front. If you have bangs, allow them to fall loose.
  5. If your scarf is really long, after tying the knot in the front, flip the sides to the back and tie another knot, tucking the ends within the scarf.
  6. Lift the pointed end of the scarf over the front knot and tuck it within.

6. Rosie The Riveter

Rosie The Riveter wasn’t just one woman. She was a symbol for all the women working in factories and shipyards during World War 2. American feminism knows no better cultural icon. Her scarf hairdo is widely sported by women all around the world.

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What You Need
  • Elastic band
  • Scarf
  • Comb
How To Do
  1. Brush your hair to untangle it. Comb it in a high bun or ponytail. If you have straight hair, go for a high bun. A high pineapple ponytail will look amazing on curly hair.
  2. Spread your scarf on a table and roll it up neatly from one pointed end to the other.
  3. Place the center of the scarf at the back of your head, below the bun or ponytail. Tie the ends in a knot at the top of your head. Let the ends stick out to resemble a bow.
  4. If your scarf is really long, loop it around your head a few times before you tie it.

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