4 Ways to Style a Headscarf

Megan Ogle at Frost Salon shares four easy ways to add some oomph to your hairstyle by using one of summer’s staple accessories: a headscarf.

Ettie Berneking | Photo by Brandon Alms

Jul 2014


The Wrap Around

Add some style to your do by incorporating a colorful headscarf. First, pull your hair into a loose ponytail at the base of your neck. Wrap the scarf around your head, and tie it into a knot at the side of your head. This style works especially well with long layers.


Romantic Braid

This hairstyle is great for those long locks you don’t know what to do with. It’s simple but oh-so-cute. Pull your hair to the side, and divide into two sections. Use a bobby pin to attach one end of the scarf at the roots of your hair, and then braid the scarf and the two sections of hair.


Top Bow

Pixie cuts rejoice. This look is perfect for you! There are many ways to achieve this look whether you want to tie a big fat knot at the base of your neck or at the top of your head. No matter what look you’re going for, this do is a tried-and-true hit. Traditional square scarves work best for this look.


Gypsy Up-Do

There are several ways to rock this hairstyle, but one of our favorites is a twist to the classic wrap. Securely wrap the scarf around your head starting with the fat part of the scarf on your forehead, and then tie it off on one side. There’s just one tip: This works best with a square scarf.