A headscarf not only helps with bad hair days, but also gives every hair style an unmistakable swing and gives women a youthful appearance. Bandanas instantly upgrade your look, whether you have long straight hair or short curly hair. Although this fashion dates back to the 90s, we have compiled the following bandana hairstyles that still look brand new and are modern right now. Just choose a hair accessories styling that suits any occasion and instantly grab attention!
What is a bandana?
A bandana is a piece of clothing that you tie around your head. These hair accessories come in different fabrics, prints and shapes, so you can choose one according to your taste.
The accessory can make you look chic and attractive!
Where do bandanas come from?
The hair accessory has been around for centuries and originally comes from Asia (from the Kashmir region in the Himalayas). “Bandhnati” means “to tie” or “knot” in Sanskrit.
The classic prints that we know from today’s bandanas go back to the prints common in Kashmiri culture.
Styling hairstyles with a bandana – current summer trends 2022
Hairstyles with bandana for long and medium length hair
Your braids are about to get an upgrade. If you’re lucky enough to have Rapunzel-worthy tresses, we recommend making the most of your tresses with this pull-through braid that has a pretty bandana braided into it.
Combine the hair accessory with a braided bun
If you prefer braided updos, check out how this ash blonde beauty styles a bandana to go with her hairdo. That would be the perfect festival look!
Ponytail with a headscarf – stylish ideas for the summer of 2022
We had to include this hairstyle in our bandana hairstyles article. This bandana wrapped ponytail is just what you need to feel like a model.
Make your ponytail shine. Once summer arrives, you can spice up your high ponytail with a bandana, like this one.
Braid for the hot summer days
Whether you’re going to the gym, taking a walk in the park, or running errands, a bandana headband will keep you cool.
Bandana hairstyles – messy bun
Bandanas are your hair’s best friend on day two and are great for adding charm to an otherwise simple hairstyle, like this messy bun hairstyle.
Rockabilly hairstyles with hair accessory
This vintage hairstyle is for the girls who like the idea of hair accessories but don’t have enough time or inclination to bother with hairstyle DIY.
Slightly wavy tips and a deep side parting are enough to make this hairstyle look glamorous and delightfully retro.
Simple Princess Hairstyle
This princess hairstyle is ridiculously simple. Normally this would require a headband, but a headscarf adds an unexpected and modern touch. By wrapping your hair strand by strand around a headband or bandana and pinning it up, you can easily create this adorable updo.
Glamorous turban for short hair
Need a quick but glamorous short hair fix? Choose a headscarf that matches your clothes, your accessories or your makeup. Wrap it around your mane in a turban style and secure it with some bobby pins. So you can forget about bad hair days forever!
Hairstyles with Bandana – Pixie Cut
If you have a simple pixie, you can use a bandana to create some volume. Tie the scarf around your head and pull it up and back with your hair.
Hairstyles with bandana – medium length hair
This is a great hairstyle for medium length hair with a headscarf that keeps the bangs out of the face. Brush the bangs back and secure them with a wide headscarf.
Straight, long hair with a headscarf
Bandanas are your hair’s best friend and are great for adding charm to an otherwise simple hairstyle. Putting your hair back in a bandana style, leaving a strand in the front to frame the face, creates a summer vibe.
Style your curly haircut: volume on top
Keep voluminous curls in place with a strategically tied bandana that folds in half and ties above the hairline. We love the pink headscarf, which is of course combined with red lips here.
Hairstyles with bandana for open hair
This is the new best hairstyle for bad hair days. For this look, fold your bandana in half and place the straight edge on your forehead just below your hairline. Then tie the corners so that the back corner of the bandana triangle is held in place.
Bandana headband with pigtails
There are other ways to be chic. Since the bandana is a great headband, you can combine it with braids, curls and all kinds of long hairstyles. Try to match it with your hair color so it can really spice up your look.