5 Scarf Styles
My favorite thing about scarf hairstyles is that they’re so easy to do, and they add so much to your hair! Whether you’re wearing your hair up, or down, I’m showing you 5 different ways how to style scarves!
Leaving the front pieces hair down framing the face, scoop the top half of your hair up and out of the way.
Lay a bandana at the base of your head. Then pull both sides up and tie at the top of your head.
Take the hair that was tied up and pull those pieces down and over the bandana.
At the front of your head, leave a few pieces of hair out and pull the top half of the hair up and secure with an elastic hair tie and create a loop.
Take your scarf and wrap it underneath the loop and tie it and let it fall
Keep the same section of hair as in Style #2 but divide the hair into three pieces and create a loose Dutch braid and secure with an elastic.
Take your bandana and wrap it around the elastic at the tail end of the Dutch braid and tie.
Create a middle part. Tap in Magic Dust Texturizing Hair Powder into the roots. Swoop hair back into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck.
Reach under your ponytail and tighten the hair to push the hair up for lift and volume.
Take your scarf and tie it around the ponytail.
Leaving a few pieces out at the front of your head, swoop hair off the neck and pull into a high ponytail, fanning the hair out into a loop.
Take your bandana and wrap it around the hair and tie it. Wrap the ends of the bandana around the hair twice.