Vintage Inspired Hairstyles Made Easy with Scarves

Posted by Julie Ann on
Tagged: hair , style

I love scarves because they are so versatile for an easy, vintage inspired old hollywood look. Especially the new ones we just got in! http://shop.catslikeus.com/search?q=sash They are long enough you can wear them as belts, neck scarves and hair scarves. Here's a quick picture guide that works for long or short hair to get your creative juices going...

Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck

Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck, and tie in a knot, letting the tails hang in the back.

 

Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck. Tie off to the side in a bow. Fluff the bow up by pulling the wrinkled fabric in the bow apart.

Here's a version the same idea. Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck. Tie off to the side in a bow. Fluff the bow up by pulling the wrinkled fabric in the bow apart.

 

Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck. Tie off to the side in a bow. Fluff the bow up by pulling the wrinkled fabric in the bow apart.

Yet another version, but with hair bobby pinned up. Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck. Tie off to the side in a bow. Fluff the bow up by pulling the wrinkled fabric in the bow apart.

 

Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck, then bring both ties back up to the top and tie in a bow.

These scarves are so long you can wrap them around your head twice and the end result is having a smaller bow. Wrap the scarf around the top of your head to underneath your hair at the nape of your neck, then bring both ties back up to the top and tie in a bow. Makes a great headband.

 

Be sure to fluff up the loops of the bow and tuck the ends under the sides. The stiffer the fabric of the scarf the easier this look is. If the scarf fabric is thin or soft, make the bow smaller, but the bow can still be fluffed!

Finally, my favorite scarf look, the giant bow! Start with the scarf at the nape of your neck and tie in a bow on top of your head. Be sure to fluff up the loops of the bow and tuck the ends under the sides. The stiffer the fabric of the scarf the easier this look is. If the scarf fabric is thin or soft, make the bow smaller, but the bow can still be fluffed!

 

All the looks shown with hair down can be completely changed if you put your hair up. That's why scarfs are the great accessory. So many options, this is just a few easy everyday ones.

 

Here are some other scarf options:

 

Bandanas

http://shop.catslikeus.com/products/hollywood-mirror-black-and-red-heart-bandana

Chiffon scarves

http://shop.catslikeus.com/products/viva-dulce-marina-baby-blue-50s-neck-scarf

Chiffon Scarves

 

Have fun playing with scarves!

~Julie Ann

Tagged: hair , style

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