Bandana Hairstyles – 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

Bandana Hairstyles – 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

Hairstyles alone can make big difference the way we look. It can make us look elegant, chic, sporty, casual, graceful and all adjectives that you can think of. Every girl looks out to have beautiful locks and she owns it like royal. I too love my mane. Though I would say there is difference in the density and length of my hair when compared to school days. In this post I will be sharing some hairstyles that you can try and are very easy. These bandana hairstyles will come handy if you are not a morning and still want to style your hair.

Style pretty quickly once you wake up and have time for everything else. One way you can do is by using scarves and bandanas on otherwise kind of boring hairstyles, to make them look more interesting without actually using effort because, hi, hello, it’s Monday and you sure don’t want to use effort.

My hair is silky straight hair and I wash it only on Sundays unless I need to head out for any occasion. So these hairstyles are possible with straight, curly or even oily hair. So you don’t need to wash hair but still look like you have put efforts in getting ready.

Bandana Hairstyles – 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

A Fancy Low Bun: If I ever want to get more complicated with this one for an event, I do french or fishtail braids on each side. But for the sake of only taking a few minutes, I just tease the top. Pull it all back in to a regular low bun, and leave out a few pieces in the front. This one looks really pretty with dresses for any kind of event.

Bandana Hairstyles - 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

Open Hair: Leave some pieces of hair in the front out and tie the scarf around your head. And tie the knot on either side by leaving out the remaining length of scarf out. It gives me so retro vibes. Linking down my favourites at the end of the post. Don’t forget to check them.

Bandana Hairstyles - 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

Knotted Headband: Again this one is really easy. Just leave out some pieces in the front, wrap the scarf around your head, and when you tie it, just tuck the little tails under so they aren’t hanging down or leave it as it is. Still looks cute, isnt’ it?

Bandana Hairstyles - 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

High Ponytail: I like wearing my hair this way if it’s for an event wear I don’t have to have the pony in all day. I just tease the top of my head, and once the pony is in and the scarf is wrapped around, I tease the entire ponytail to make sure it sticks out with more volume further than the scarf. You can get a scrunchie scarf here for creating this hairstyle easily.

Low Side Ponytail: Again this one is really easy. Just leave out some pieces in the front, gather hair at the neck and make a low ponytail. Wrap the scarf around your head and tie it.Tuck the little tails under so they aren’t hanging down under the ponytail.

Top Knot : This is the one I would probably do the most often. Just pull the all your hair back in a top knot, leaving pieces in the front out, wrap the scarf around and that’s it. For those of you with thinner hair, just tease the top of your head and the ponytail before putting it into the bun for more volume.

Half Braid hairstyles With Bandana:This hairstyle is so perfect for beach or pool. Your hair is put together, and even if it gets wet…still would look good. Instead of other times, where we look as bad as possible.

Bandana Hairstyles - 8 Hairstyles Using Scarf

For Beach Look: This is so easy to create and is perfect for beach looks. Fold your bandana in a triangle shape. Place it on your forehead with one tip of triangle hanging behind. Tie the scarf at the back with remaining two sides and tada!!! Ready for beach!!

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I hope this helps make all of your scarf and bandana dreams become a very easy peasy reality.

XOXO

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