I have more hair scarves then I would like to admit, and to be 100%, I don’t wear them as much as I should. Every time I wear them, I am reminded of how much I love them and why I have like 15 different hair scarves. I have just about every print and color, and seriously they are a GREAT way to extend those “I’m too lazy to wash my hair days.” You asked over on social media for this post, so here it is; How to Wear Scarves for Short Hair!
P.S. Make sure to watch the video below for quick tutorials on how to get each look!
LOOK NUMBER ONE:
This may be the easiest way, and can also be done with a hair bandana! I like to keep things messy (as you can see my part is not straight)?. Instead of a high up pony, you can also try a “relaxed” pony like this.
LOOK NUMBER TWO:
Your classic faux headband look! You can never go wrong with this look, and it looks great on any hair length!
LOOK NUMBER THREE:
Similar to look number one, but instead you’re creating a topknot and wrapping the hair scarf around your top knot. Again for me, I like to keep things messy. If you have longer hair and can put all of your hair in a bun, you can complete a look like this.
LOOK NUMBER FOUR:
This look of three looks combined into one. I have a low ponytail and I wrapped the scarf around the hair tie for the ends to hang loose (make sure to watch the video below to see what I mean).
LOOK NUMBER FIVE:
My all-time favorite way to wear a headscarf! Don’t forget to tuck in the ends on the side, OR if you have the right size scarf, you can leave the ends loose, IMO this looks best when there isn’t much of the ends left over.
LOOK NUMBER SIX:
This way to wear a headscarf reminds me of french women. I love this look on long hair! If you have shorter hair like mine, you just need to find a scarf that isn’t too big.
Comment below and tell me, which look is your favorite?!
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Elly, you look so good! I love your make up! 🙂
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