Hairstyles with headscarves are the rising trend! Do you want to know, how to style them with your curly hair? See the TOP-5 variants from 1950s hairstyles with scarf, and elegant turbans to effortless looks with headbands, or bandanas.
Scarf Hairstyles for Curly Hair: The Basics
Scarf hairstyles are the best match with curly hair — want to know why? If you find your locks a bit unruly, you can just add this accessory to get a more put together look. Silk scarf hairstyles for natural hair, or wavy and porous hair help to reduce frizz, make your tresses smoother, and shinier.
But before that, prepare your curly hair with a moisturising routine to make the best of each new hairstyle you try.
You can start with Dove Hydrating Cleanse Shampoo For Curly Hair with specially crafted formula to take care of natural textures. Infused with aloe vera, this product helps to remove any build-up, and moisturise your locks.
To untangle frizzy hair, try paraben-free Dove Amplified Super Slip Detangling Conditioner with coconut milk. It gives curly hair extra hydration to easily comb it and avoid breakage.
Tresemme Pro Pure Moisture Boost Hair Serum with aloe essence can be applied on your curls after washing to get a salon-finish, moisturised, and radiant hair.
Now you are ready for vintage hairstyles with scarf that give trendy and elegant retro vibe to your curls. Check out BB editor’s favourite picks below.
Scarf Hairstyles for Curly Hair: Top 5
These hairstyles with scarf headbands are the best for curls in summer and rainy season, for parties, and casual looks. Scarf hairstyles for short natural hair, long waves, and medium length are easy to create yet always look elegant.
1. Scarf with Bun
Buns and head scarf hairstyles are a perfect combo for medium to long curly, wavy, or coily hair. It’s not just a beauty accessory but also a scarf adds an extra hold to your hairdo, and makes it long-lasting.
Just do your favourite high or low bun, fix it with a scrunchie, then wrap your headscarf around the scrunchie, and tie. Fix your scarf with a few hairpins, so it won’t slide down. Loosen strands around your face to get a more effortless look.
2. Pineapple Hairstyle with Scarf
Pineapple hairstyles are so much popular for curly and natural hair, and you can always add a headscarf to them to protect your hair during summer, or just vary your favourite style.
To make a pineapple hairdo, you need to create a ponytail on the top of your head, wrap it with the scrunchie, and basically that’s it. Natural curls will just flow down on your forehead, and give a desirable volume to this hairstyle. If you wrap the back of your head with a scarf, and tie ends under your pineapple pony, would look even better!
3. The Headband
A bandana hairdo, or retro hairstyle with scarf, tied like a headband above your forehead, — these looks are timeless and can be created for any hair type and length. For those with curly hair, a headscarf will tame your frizzy hair around face, add smoothness, elegance, and a retro vibe.
Fold your scarf like a tape, put it under your hair, then tie on your forehead, or vice versa. To wear bandana, you may fold it in a half to get a triangle, cover your forehead, and then hide a knot under your hair. You can also take a long narrow headscarf, tie it at the back of the head, and leave the ends of the scarf loose to get this retro hairstyle with scarf, Bollywood inspired.
4. Turban Scarf Style
Turban hairstyles are comfy and chick, especially for summer. Depending on your scarf style, you can create whether party looks, or beach hairstyles with scarf, wrapped like a turban.
Remember how you wrapping your towel around head after hair wash? That’s how you do a turban. Make a high ponytail, cover the back of your head with a scarf, then twist the ends in the front, and push the knot under the cloth. You can also fix it with a few hairpins. Afterall, loosen a few strands around your face at will.
5. Pretty Pony with Scarf
That’s one of the simplest scarf hairstyles for long hair and medium length. If your hair is curly or straight, a headscarf will upgrade your usual boring pony to the next level.
Create a high or low ponytail, then wrap your headscarf around the scrunchie, tie, and fix with a hairpin. You can also make a top knot this way, as well as any other half up hairdo. If you want to try something a bit more complicated, learn how to tie a scarf braid.
FAQs about Scarf Hairstyles for Curly Hair
What are the best scarf hairstyles for short hair?
Hairstyles for short hair are less various than for long hair, but headscarves really help to increase your options. Need proofs? Check the BB editor’s ideas on scarf hairstyles for short hair.
Can I try scarf hairstyles with box braids?
Sure, all the hairstyles mentioned above are matching with box braids. Discover more ideas to transform your braided hairstyle.
What are the pin up scarf hairstyles?
40s or 50s scarf hairstyles are called pin up updos, and most of them represent a beehive style with a comb over the forehead, and a high chignon. If you add a headscarf to each of them, you will achieve that retro look easily.
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