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Article: How to Tie a Head Scarf


How to Tie a Head Scarf

Most of us think of styling scarves as wrapping them around our necks in the traditional manner, but let me jog your memory and remind you of how our Bollywood heroines wore polka dots scarves around their heads with the ends hanging to fall on both sides, which we call vintage fashion.

Men and women have worn scarves for millennia. Scarves have been around forever. They were employed in Ancient Rome as "sweat towels" to keep cool and dry sweat, despite today's association with women's apparel. The scarf eventually began to be used as an accessory for fashion and varied styles around the turn of the 19th century.

Black Scarves can be tied in various ways around their hair and for various cultural, geographical, and fashion reasons. Here are a few ways you can nail the hair tie game and learn how to wear the scarf on your head fashionably.

How to Wear a Headscarf (Covering the Entire Head)

This is basically a guide on how to tie a scarf on the head in Arabic style. The complete head covering or hijab style is basically a way of covering their hair in a way that the entire hair is covered. This is generally followed by women who follow the religion of Islam or other cultural rules. In this case, people generally wear an under cap to secure their hair in place. Once you’re done doing that. Place the beautiful floral Agartala Florals Scarfscarf on your head, pull it up to your forehead, take one end near your ear, tighten it from all directions, and once it's secure, take the longer side pull it under the chin, and bring it over the head in a complete circle and tuck it under the chin or secure it with a pin. This might seem a little complicated at the start but once you get your hands warmed up, you’ll be able to do that in the blink of an eye.

How to Wear a Scarf on Your Head in a Bandana Fashion

This is the simplest one to follow so if you’re a beginner you can start experimenting. To wear the scarf in a bandana style, take your favorite Umaid Batik scarf and fold it into a triangle. Take both ends, place the broadest part near your crown area, and then by leaving a little bit of hair near the forehead just tie the two ends at the back of your head. Viola! Here’s your bandana style ready.

How to Wear a Scarf on the Head and Face

This style of wearing dark printed scarves includes covering your head and your entire face. Generally, people opt for this style to save themselves from pollution or for other cultural reasons. For doing this first you need to cover your head with the material, tuck it behind your ears, take the longer side bring it up to your nose, try to cover your face leaving the eyes open in a mask-like fashion, and finally tie it at the back of your head securing the entire look together.

How to Tie a Hair Scarf as a Hairband

  • You can do this in two ways. First being the thin hairband and the other being the thick one. If you’re someone who likes a thin hairband style, take one end of the Taj Bidri, start folding it with a tiny margin, and do that till the end of the scarf. Once you’ve rolled the scarf all you have to do is to place it on top of your head, take it all the way below and tie a small knot under your neck. You can do the same thing with bigger width while folding and you make yourself a thick hairband.
  • Now if you’re not into the monotonous hairband style, you can tie it in reverse where the broad part goes at the bottom and the knot at the top.
  • Another way to style the scarf on your head is to leave both ends dropping below as they did in the 70s.

Now, that you know exactly how to tie a head scarf step by step, you shouldn’t be worried about what can you do with just a mere piece of a scarf.

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