Anyone can wear a classic red bandana wrapped around your crown, with some wispy front fringe for good measure.
This just in: A messy loose bun paired with a textured floral bandana is our new on-the-go hairstyle from here on out.
The best solution for those days when you just don't know what to do with your hair: Sweep it back in a chic floral bandana. Of course, the wispy bangs in the front are the perfect finishing touch.
Paired With a Pony
Turn your bandana into a makeshift headband to keep a loose ponytail in place and pesky fly-aways at bay.
Want to test-drive bangs before you actually make the cut? Tuck your hair into a bandana to achieve a faux-bang effect, like this Brigitte Bardot-inspired look.
Add Some Barrettes
Secure your bandana in place with some chic barrettes clipped on to the side. (Who cares if they're more for show than function?) We love the three lined up here, and the piecey, effortless bandana style.
Tiny Ballerina Bun
Short-haired girls get to get in on the fun, too. A long handkerchief or bandana makes a chic statement tied around a tiny ballerina bun.
Sweep your hair back into a bandana style and leave face-framing wisps in front to give off major I-summer-in-Positano vibes. (All you need is a convertible to complete the look.)
Wrap your curls in place with a bandanaâ€”and match it with your yellow shirt to look cute doing it.
Is anyone getting a J. Lo flashback right now? Channel the '90s with a white bandana, pieces in front, and a '90s-inspired lipstick.
Volume on Top
Hold voluminous curls in place with a strategically tied bandana folded in half and tied above your hairline. We love the hot pink bandana paired with red lips here, of course.
Tied With a Bow
Tie back a low ponytail with a hair tie, then wrap a bandana around it into a bow. Voilaâ€”an effortless, feminine statement hairstyle that takes less than two minutes.
Loose & Effortless
Confession: It might be annoying to have to brush hair out of your face all day with this style, but we're obsessed with the effortlessly chic vibes and loose, messy tendrils falling out. Worth it.
Who needs scrunchies? (Okay, we do, but we'll make an exception here.) This bandana-wrapped-bunâ€”that's likely secured in place with a hair tie underneathâ€” makes a cool statement, especially with this bandana's fiery-red hue.
Fold your bandana into a headband and wrap it around so that it ties into a bow on the top of your head. A cute little look that'll get you lots of compliments.
Say "hello" to the perfect accessory to pair with a piecey bun or updo. Bonus points for a flawless, loose front tendril.
Effortless & Half-Up
If you don't have time for an intricate hairstyle but you want to look like you put energy into it, clip or tie your hair in a half-up style before wrapping a bandana around the section. Major statement, minimal effort.
The new best hairstyle for greasy-hair days. To get the look, fold your bandana in half and place the straight edge right below your hairline on your forehead, and tie the corners around so it holds down the back corner of the bandana triangle.
We can't complain when monochrome is involved. Match your bandana hairstyle to your makeup (like this coordinating pink lipstick-and-eyeshadow combo).
Wrap It Around
With your hair pulled back, fold a large bandana into a headband and wrap it fully around to make a major statement. Large, enviable hoop earrings, not included, but highly recommended to complete the look.
Long Scarf, Short Pony
It's business in the front and a party in the back. A long statement headscarf or bandana makes an unexpected dynamic duo with a short, low ponytail.
Make a statement with a sleek topknot tied up with a statement scarf or bandana.
If you have long hair, fold up a bandana to wear as a simple headband and let it slightly peak through.
Go for a boho vibe and braid sections back and secure them together in place with a hair tie or clip. Then, tie a bandana around the section, and just let the fabric flow freely.
For a more intricate and statement-making style, include a bandana as a "section" in a braid by either securing it with clips, or simply letting your hair hold it in place if it's thick enough to allow it. Either way, it's a must- try.
A sleek, slicked-back style is balanced out by a casual bandana wrapped around the bun.
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