I can't think of a better way to deal with a bad hair day than with a ponytail and stylish vintage skinny scarf. I took these pics on a day when I'd got up somehow ended up wearing all black clothes and also needed a pop of colour to brighten my dull outfit on yet another lockdown day. 2 birds one stone eh!!
I'm sure I'm not along when I say some days my hair feels really nice, glossy with some nice wavy movement in it but the other days OMG!! its fly away or lank with bits popping up all over the shop!
I'm discovering that whatever the situation a head scarf can help.
I keep saying they're coming back into fashion and hopefully I can help you to discover how versatile a scarf can be. Of course I'm talking about silk or other thin fabrics rather than a cozy wool number wrapped around you head.
There are a lot of ways you can wear a beautiful scarf and I'm gathering the best tips and tricks for achieving some gorgeous scarf style.
So here's my next tip, the Twisted headband style.
Using a square scarf, start by folding it in half diagonally, then begin to roll or fold the scarf at the widest side working your way towards the point.
Place the rolled or folded scarf either over or under your hair at the nape of your neck, crossing it over at the front and round to the back.
Tie the loose ends either under or over your hair at the nape of your neck and there you have it The Twisted Headband !
You can also knot the scarf at the middle after folding it up to help it stay folded and this will also add a little more volume on the top.
Credit to SheKnows
I hope you are enjoying reading my hints and tips about scarf style, I'd be happy to hear your feedback in the comments, or if you have a specific question relating to scarf style please don't hesitate to put me to the test.
Also don't forget to pop along to my online Shop. Click on With Love, Sharon and you'll see my current range of scarves. I am working on building up my range so if I don't have anything yet that takes your fancy please keep popping back as I update my website regularly.
If you're looking for something specific please let me know, I pride my art work on being quite diverse so I'm more than happy to create a new designs based on feedback I receive.