Headband Styles

When the hair is not in the best shape, the headband will come to the rescue. This indispensable accessory is able to change the style of the hairstyle, remove the hair from the face and give the look an attractive, carefree look. Headbands are monochrome, patterned and textured, so it’s useful to know a few stylistic tips that help you choose the bandage that best fits your hair and case. Regardless of their length, this accessory can instantly turn lifeless hair into an elegant hairstyle.

Narrow bandage

A thin head bandage, decorated with shiny rhinestones or simple monophonic, will give a touch of glamor to a short haircut of a pixie. Choose a bandage that will lie flat on your head and tie it so that it crosses the middle of the crown. The dressing should be in the center of attention, so lay a bang or lightly brush your hair to give it volume. A very narrow and tight fitting headband neutral shade, for example, cream or silver, add a hairstyle discreet sophistication.

Wide bandage

If you have long hair up to the shoulders and you want to make a short sportive haircut without sacrificing the curls, collect the hair in a loose knot at the back of the head or in a French twist, and tie a wide head bandage on top. The assembly can also be built on the side, making a lateral parting and leaving a few outstretched strands.

And for a solemn event, tie a broad, shiny bandage on the top of the head, decorated with crystals or metal embossing. But remember, if you chose a bright decoration on your head as a focal element of the ensemble, refrain from catchy earrings or necklaces, so as not to cross the line of vulgarity.

Homemade bandage from tape

If you love clothes, trimmed with ribbons or braid, you can make an interesting hair ornament from the ribbon with your own hands. Measure the circumference of the head from the occiput at the base of the neck to the vertex. Multiply the received value by 2.5 – this is the length of the tape you will need. Place the center of the tape on the crown and double wrap the tape around the head. First from the vertex to the occiput, and then from the occiput to the crown. The tape ends at the top of the head. Tie the ends with a loose knot and attach a flirty bow from the ribbon to the side.

Turban bandage

Bandages in the form of a turban are made both from a patterned and from a monophonic fabric. Although the length of the dressing can be different, the width is usually about 10 cm. The headpiece of this style crosses the crown, once or twice wrapped around the head, depending on the length. Short bandages are usually supplied with strings at each end, which are connected at the back of the head to securely hold the turban in place.

In decorative short bandages, elastic elastic bands are often sewn so that the fabric does not move during movement. If you want to reliably remove disobedient strands from your face, put on a wide knitted bandage of color that matches the hue of your hair.