Headscarves are the hottest hair accessories of the season after headbands. Not only do they keep hair off the face and upgrade a regular hairstyle into a versatile one but also add oodles of style to our everyday appearance.
Thanks to Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016, the retro headscarf has made a comeback and how! There are many interesting ways to wear a headscarf, depending on your personal style and the kind of look you're after. Without further ado, here are three weekend hairstyles with headscarves for you to try:
1. Wavy Bob with a Rockabilly Curl
Headscarves look super awesome when worn with a wavy bob and have become one of the most popular street hairstyles post Fashion Week Sprin/Summer 2016. Curl your face-framing hair section to give it a 1950s pompadour twist and tie your headscarf with a little bow at the front of your head to replicate "We Can Do it!" poster girl Rosie the Riveter!
2. Bouffant Bun
Another retro hairstyle that has been gaining a lot of attention and fan following lately is the bouffant bun. However, if you're not into intricately styled, big vintage hair, give it a fun overhaul by wearing it with a headscarf!
Making a bouffant bun is quite simple; all you need to do is master the art of back brushing your hair to build a good volume and height around the crown of your head. Secure your bouffant bun with a generous spritz of bold control hairspray and to finish off your retro look, tie a medium-width headscarf with the ends trailing at the nape or on the side of your neck.
Styling tip: A hair lift creation hairspray comes very handy while teasing hair. It gives your strands a boost, lifts them up and makes them easy to style.
3. High Ponytail
Ponytails are the most practical weekend hairstyle for any girl and now you can make them look even hipper by wearing a headscarf! Go for a sleek high ponytail or a voluminous one and tie a thin headscarf to complete your sporty, girly look!
Styling tip: Aside from looking super cool, this pony-headscarf combo hairstyle also helps to hide dirty roots, if you haven't managed to shampoo your hair. To make your hair look clean, just spritz some dry shampoo at the roots before styling your hair!