Scarf Headbands Photo Gallery - See How to Wear Them

Scarf headbands are so easy wear ... you just tie them at the back or side! Here are some modeled pictures of different ways you can style them in your hair. From soft flowing tails to wrapping like a headwrap, the styling possibilities are endless!

Stylish Looks with Stretchy Scarf Headbands:

Wear over side-swept bangs
so they don't budge, and let the
long headband tails drape over
one shoulder.

Tease your hair at the crown
to create tons of volume, then
pull some bangs and layers
through to frame your face.

Combine a scarf headband with
either a formal updo or a messy
bun, depending on how fancy or
casual you want to look.

Wrap a long headband around
your head twice then tuck in
the ends for a wide head wrap
that fits you perfectly, while
adding dimension to your hair.

Wear them for a chic look at
the beach with curly, wavy
hair, and for a look that fits right
in with salty beach waves after
your swim.

Combine your scarf headband
with some loose waves for a
glamorous look that's perfect for
everything from an outdoor wedding
to an elegant night on the town!

How the Long Headbands Look Down Your Back

Stylish Mode's stretchy scarf headbands are incredibly versatile, and stylish with any length of hair. The longer lengths can be tied as usual OR knotted into a big floppy bow. You'll find length measurements in our scarf headband product listings - here's an example of how the different lengths look down your back:

Tie the Long Headbands with a Twist in the Front

Our longer stretchy tie back headbands (we recommend 50" or longer) can even be wrapped around your head and tied into a turban headband with a twist in the front, or at the side. This style is a fun fashion statement and as well, it's how you can really get a turban headband that fits you perfectly, as loose or as tight as you want! View our tutorial on how to tie a scarf headband into a turban headband.


Stylish Looks with (non-stretchy) Cotton Scarf Headbands

Wear these cotton head scarves
dressy, with the tails tied at the

Double up your head scarf for a
narrower look, and let the tails
peek out from one side.

Pull some hairs though at the
front for a soft, tousled look
that frames your face.

We hope these model shots here show you how you can really add fashion to your hair with these headband scarves. They're perfect for virtually any occasion -- whether you're headed out to a day at the beach, a dressy evening out, or brunch with your friends!

See what's currently available to buy online in each of these styles below: