Every now and again everyone comes across a bad hair day. Maybe your pin curls didn’t dry properly, or maybe you slept in and didn’t have time to set your hair. Whatever the case may be, every gal needs to have a few ways to do something with her hair on days when it seems nothing is working. For me that “something” is adding a scarf to my hair, and I am obviously not alone in this solution. I was going to do my own tutorial on five ways to tie a headscarf, but there are so many more talented and beautiful women who have already done all the hard work. Therefore I decided to share my favorite tutorials from other bloggers and hopefully you will both be inspired to try a new hairstyle and find a few new blogs you might not have yet discovered.
Of course I have to start with the always drop dead stunning Solanah. Her tutorial (here) gives a perfected example on how to tie a sort of Rosie the Riveter bandanna. I find it helps if you have bangs or give yourself a little victory roll before you tie this style.
Here is another similar style by Keiko Lynn (here). I think this is a bit of a modern version of the Rosie the Riveter style. I like wearing this style with a high pony tail or bun.
Now this (here) might look complicated, but I assure you it is incredibly easy and is the style I most often emulate. Plus By Gum By Golly is a fun read by a very talented vintage loving gal, so you should all check out her blog.
Here is a new one that I think blends the vintage with the modern in a chic and simple way. All you do is create a sock bun but instead of a sock you use a vintage scarf! How easy is that? I just trimmed my hair short, so I wont be able to recreate this look any time soon, but for those of you with shoulder length hair or longer it should be a breeze!
I end with my second favorite style which is one I created after looking at the title picture years ago when I first started my blog. The link (here) will take you to a tutorial I created at least three years ago! My how time flies.