Head wraps and hair scarves aren’t new accessories by any means, but they are one of the latest trends people are turning to when they aren’t sure what to do with their hair. It doesn’t matter what length your hair is, what time of year it is or even if you’re having a bad hair day. Head wraps and hair scarves can come to the rescue and give you plenty of options to help out your quality hair care routine. Here are five ways you can wear them in your hair.
If you’re in a playful mood, going with pigtails is a great hairstyle to choose. Since there are many different colors, styles and patterns to choose from with head wraps and hair scarves, you can pick the one that fits your mood any given day. Sometimes you just have to relax and have fun with your hair and pigtails is the perfect way to do it.
Lengthy and Textured
Whether you have naturally long hair or like to wear shiny hair extensions often, adding in a head wrap or hair scarf can add another element to your hairstyle. Simply leave your hair down and wrap the scarf around the top of your head and tie it at the back of your neck. It’s a great way to change up your routine hairstyle and takes a matter of seconds to accomplish.
You can braid your hair differently every day of the week if you wanted to. Take it up a notch and incorporate a hair scarf to add even more creativity. Just be sure to follow a good quality hair care routine to keep your hair strong, as putting your hair in tight braids constantly can put stress on the hair.
Head wraps have always been commonly seen in the gym to help keep hair out of your face as you’re working out. It’s simple and stylish to put your hair back in a ponytail and put on a head wrap, and your hair may still look great even after the workout. Just apply some dry shampoo or leave in conditioner afterward and you’ll be ready to continue with your day.
The top knot is the ultimate hairstyle to go to when you’re in a rush or simply don’t feel like spending much time on your hair. You can spruce up this hairstyle by incorporating a hair scarf around the bottom of the bun. It will look like you put some thought into your hairstyle and can hide any blemishes if you happen to be having a bad hair day.
At RemySoft, we encourage people to be as creative as they are comfortable with. Whether it’s using shiny hair extensions occasionally, head wraps, hair scarves or anything else, sometimes a different accessory is what you need to change things up a bit. For more tips, advice or suggestions, feel free to reach out to us at any time.