Trending right now is the Hair Scarf Styles. I think they are so cute and it reminds me of when I was younger when I would rock the bandana on my hair. Except for this time, it’s cuter. I love seeing all the different styles and colors of hair scarfs. They’re also a bit more stylish and the perfect added touch this season. I am collaborating with my friend Cierra from Cierra Robins Blog who’s another local blogger in Madison. If you’re not following her, you should. She’s so sweet, funny and fun to be around.
I was happy when she came up with this idea of us coming up with different ways to style hair scarfs. It’s different for me to do since I don’t do much of hair looks or anything but I thought it was easy to do. Another thing is that we may have similar looks but you’re able to see what it looks like on regular hair versus someone with hair extensions like me. I did a little shopping on Amazon and found this, this and this one. The best part is that they’re under $10.
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5 Go-To Hair Scarf Styles
Now that I have hair extensions, I am able to put my hair up in a cute high ponytail. I love it and adding the hair scarf is the perfect added touch to make the style look cute. All you have to do is put your hair in a ponytail. Wrap the scarf around the ponytail 2x and then tie it.
Half Up Half Down
Okay, probably one of my favorite ways to wear the hair scarf. It’s so cute, chic and sweet. I love that it’s easy to do as well. Split your hair in half, place the top half of your hair in a ponytail and wrap the scarf around the ponytail once and tie it. You can do a double knot if you like for a secure tie.
Pretty Tie Up or Tie Down
Can’t go wrong with a classic way to style a hair scarf. Be sure to double tie it to secure it. Whether you tie up on the top or down, it makes for an effortless and casual look that is absolutely perfect for this season.
Another classic way to style the hair scarf. Put your hair in a low ponytail and wrap the scarf around the ponytail 2x and then tie it.
Alright, now I want you to check out Cierra’s post to see what looks she came up with when it comes to styling hair scarfs.