Headscarf hairstyles for spring 2014
From the article : Headscarf hairstyles for spring 2014
Headscarf hairstyles are perfect for spring as they can add extra color to your whole look. They also expand your updo repertoire while simultaneously giving you a reason to go for something super lazy like a topknot or ponytail. What's not to love about this gorgeous accessory?
Headscarf fact: Any updo is totally transformed with a headscarf wrapped around it!
Since the 1940s, headscarves have been a hairstyle staple for lots of women. They're really practical for keeping your hair under control and/or keeping it clean, and they look really pretty. If you haven't tried one yet, perhaps it's about time; they have been trending for the best part of a century after all...
A versatile accessory
There is a multitude of different ways to wear a headscarf, it all depends on your personal style and just how you want the scarf to fit with the rest of your look. If you wear a lot of dark colours, for example, you might not want to wear a wide scarf with animals on it, and vice versa!
Rockabilly: If you like your beauty looks to get you noticed, rock a headband with a rockabilly pony or pomp hairstyle. Roll it up and then tie it at the front. Team with a deep red lip for a truly vintage look.
Hippie: For a more relaxed retro look, try a 1970's hippie look. Wrap a silk headscarf around your head, folding it quite wide and pulling it down to just an inch or so above your eyes or exactly to your hairline. Pair it with a loose, wavy hairstyle for maximum hippie-chic. If you prefer to wear your hair up, try this look with a French twist or beehive.
Girly: Those of you with girly tastes and wardrobes to match might want to consider a simple, cute approach to headscarves. Smaller scarves with floral prints, rolled small and worn like a regular headband will tie your whole look together and add extra detail to any hairstyle. For a more XXL look, tie it in a large bow, slightly off-center, at the front. This kind of headscarf style would look really great with this season's windswept updo trend!
Which of these looks will you be trying first?