The sun is laughing, the water is calling - and our hair is constantly stuck to our foreheads - how annoying! Stop it! We are now wearing bandanas! We will show you step by step how to tie these correctly.
Sizzling alarm in Germany - and on vacation! When the thermometer rises, jeans and sweaters fly into the back of the closet. Welcome bikini! Hello, cool water! Life couldn't be sweeter. If it weren't always for the hair that sticks to our foreheads from the wild water splashing. Real sun worshipers and people who sweat a lot have another nerve factor in the sun: a bead of sweat shining forehead. It's all human, but of course not really cool.
This can be remedied by casual bandanas in various bright colors. Traditional pieces are printed with a paisley pattern, but you can of course fold any other favorite cloth to create a cool bandana.
The trendy scarves are not only super practical in summer to protect yourself from the sun, they can also be folded and tied in different ways so that you can create a different hairstyle with a bandana every day. You can find out here how to tie bandanas and scarves correctly so that they become trendy accessories for your hair.
Do bandanas only allow one look? Think! In fact, the clothes are more diverse than you might think at first glance. Here are four different ways to tie a bandana.
In the 1950s, the bandana was probably the most popular accessory for the rockabilly look. Even 70 years later, we still love the cool style and prefer to wear the retro bandana hairstyle with a high braid. Before you can tie the scarf in your hair, however, you first have to fold the square bandana properly:
However, this is by no means the only way to tie your bandana in the vintage look of the 50s. In the following alternative, the entire back of the head is covered with the cloth.
So it's best to make a bun or French twist before you tie the scarf around your head. Be sure to choose a larger shawl for this style.
Annoying flying hair or an annoying bad hair day will definitely not spoil your mood with this tying technique for the classic bandana.
The bandana headband was a good form of fashion in the 90s and early 2000s. Even today, the pirate-style bandana is again a popular hair accessory that not only gives every outfit a very special charm in summer but also protects the hair from harmful UV rays. Extra plus point: A greasy hairline is cleverly concealed thanks to the stylish cloth because the special thing about this style is that the haircloth is tied at forehead level.
The trendy pirate look is very easy to tie and can be conjured up in a few simple steps:
Boho chic is one of the most popular styles in summer. Wide-swinging skirts or airy maxi dresses in floral or paisley patterns - a scarf in your hair gives the hippie outfit the finishing touch. For the boho look, you can give a simple bandana a very special twist - in no time at all!
Of course, you can also use the colorful towels as a replacement for a headband. Since classic bandanas are square, you have to fold them properly first. To make a headband out of the bandana, it is best to fold it like it was explained in the first rockabilly style. Finished? Then you can now place the hairband on the top of the head and tie the ends in a knot at the nape of the neck. If you have used a particularly large scarf, the long ends can also hang loosely down your back. You can also use this tying technique for a headband. To do this, you simply pull the bandana a little over your forehead and tie the ends together at the back of your head - this creates a completely different look, which is also great for doing sports, as hair and sweat are kept in check.