Bandanas are ultimate symbols of cool, gypsy and casual looks. They were the ultimate cool hair accessories especially in the 90’s. They are also the best way to camouflage a bad hair day with style. They look nomadic and give off a cool indispensable retro vibe.
Bandanas come in various colors, patterns and also sizes. However, not everyone knows how to use a bandana properly. We will teach you how to use a bandana properly and how to use it to amplify your style quotient and cover up your bad hair days.
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- Comb your hair properly to detangle it.
- Take a teaser comb, roughly tease about the front and crown part of your hair.
- If you have a bad hair day, put your hair up into a high pony;
- Don’t forget to tease your hair for a messy look.
- Tie your bandana around your hair.
- Get your bandana from under your ponytail, so that the loose ends are at the top.
- Wiggle the bandana, and put it up in one to two loops. Make sure it is secured.
- You can try various versions with your hair a messy bun, tied down or left open, etc.
- Would look amazing long as well as short hair.
It’s known as biker style, as people would tie bandanas on long bike drives. It is a blend of fashion and safeguards your hair.
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- Comb, wiggle and keep your hair loose.
- Just fold the bandana into a half.
- Now, tie it to your head around it, getting the loose ends towards the crown area.
- Put them together, and the look is finished.
- You could get this look with a ponytail and/or a messy bun.
- Biker style bandana looks great with people with long and short hair styles.
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- Comb your hair and wiggle it to tie it up in a messy bun or a ponytail.
- Fold the bandana into a sleek band and start wrapping it around the bun or the ponytail.
- Now, at the top of your head and tie the loose ends.
- Now tie the rest of the bandana to make it look like a bow.
- It is simple, and it’s exactly or somewhat like doing your shoelace. Tie it a few times, and you will learn within few tries.
Sweat Band Bandana
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- Put your hair up in a ponytail or a chignon updo. Secure your bun with hair clips and pins.
- Fold the bandana into a sleek band.
- Wrap the ban around from the nape of your neck.
- Get the loose ends to the middle of your head and put a loop.
- Tuck the remaining part of the bandana. You’ve got yourself a sweat band.
- Sweat band bandana works great when you go out for running, hiking or even a walk. Looks chic and is functional too!