Trendy Hairstyles To Pull Off With A Silk Scarf
Posted by LAILA REGALADO
The silk scarf is one of the very few fashion trends that have stood the test of time.
Drape it around your neck, hang it around your bag, or wear it as a headband - there’s so much you can do with a silk scarf.
But did you know there are several ways to add the aesthetics of the silk scarf to your hair?
Here are the top 4 hairstyles to don, with a small silk scarf:
Bun with Silk Scarf
The bun is a classic hairstyle that looks even better when paired with a silk scarf.
To make a bun with a silk scarf, brush your hair with a comb and gather them into a mid-ponytail.
Wrap your hair into a bun and secure it in place with an elastic band. Tie the scarf on the base of the bun to cover the elastic band.
You can also pair your bun with a silk hair bandana for a casual look.
A low ponytail with a silk scarf gives a simple yet stylish look that’s perfect for casual events and daily wear.
Begin by parting your hair down the middle and brushing it down. Separate a small part of your hair at the front on both sides.
Gather the rest of your hair in a ponytail and tie them with an elastic band. Make two small braids from the separated hair and secure them in place with bobby pins along the ponytail.
Take a square scarf and tie it on the ponytail to finish it off.
Half Top Knot
Can’t decide whether to wear your hair up or down? Try half and half with the half top knot! This style looks great on all types of hair.
Gather some strands of hair from the top and sides of your head with a comb (or your fingers, for a messy boho look).
Wrap the separated hair in a bun and secure it with an elastic band.
Grab your satin scarf for hair and tie it at the base of the half top knot, covering the elastic band.
The Full Head Wrap
Give your hair a break from flowing all day with this fabulous scarf style. It can certainly up the charm of your outfit while protecting your hair.
To create this look, grab your hair and tie them in a bun (if you have short hair, just pin them up).
Next, take your silk scarf headband, and place it centered at the back of your head.
Bring two ends forward, twist them, and bring them to the back again, moving each end in the opposite direction now.
Tuck the sticking ends under the fabric and you’re good to go!
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