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Head wraps are the latest hairstyle trend that we’re loving. They’re the perfect stylish solution for bad hair days, as well as a quick way to have your hair appear styled in 30 seconds flat. You’ve probably already seen this hair style trend gracing your social media feed this summer and may be wondering how to add it into your styling repertoire. Whether you have long hair, medium hair, or short hair, we’re here with four hairstyles you can try to get in on this current beauty trend.
The easiest way to wear a head wrap is to simply wear your hair down. All you have to do is grab your head wrap and slip it on while leaving your locks as they are. Your head wrap will keep your hair out of your face and hide oily roots—in case you happen to have run out of dry shampoo. For a fast, easy way to style your locks, use a texturizing mist, like the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Air-Blown Texture Mist, to add volume and texture to your mane in a few quick spritzes. Alternatively, try a hair pomade like the L’Oréal Paris Studio Line Overworked Hair Putty to give your hair a quick boost in texture and thickness.
Another way to wear a head wrap is to put your hair into an updo or bun hairstyle. Style your hair into your updo of choice, then throw on a head wrap to transform the look. Whether you choose to put your hair into a sophisticated hairstyle or a messy bun, a head wrap will complement the look! This is a great way to keep your hair out of your face and off your neck on hot, humid days.
Not sure how to style your hair in an updo? Check out our article, 5 Updos and Buns That Are Perfect for Hot Summer Days, for inspiration.
Braid hairstyles are always in style. Whether you want to wear a French, Dutch, or fishtail braid, a head wrap is the perfect way to take your everyday braid to the next level. For a simple yet super boho-chic look, part your hair to the side and style it in a fishtail braid. Put on your head wrap and then pull a few face framing strands loose.
Editor’s tip: Don’t assume you only have three options when it comes to how you braid your hair. If you want to think outside the box, you can! Just head over to our article, Braided Hairstyle Update: 2 New Ways to Wear a Side Braid. There, you’ll find out how to create two new braids you can wear with a head wrap.
Head wraps come in all sorts of fun textures and patterns. From lace to polka dots, there are plenty of playful options. Why not play up the fun factor by taking a style tip from your childhood self and putting your hair in pigtails? While you may think this is something you totally can’t pull off at your current age, we have a few articles that can help you rock pigtails at any age for any occasion. Read our articles, How to Make Pigtails Look Chic and How to Rock Pull-Through Pigtails.
Head wraps can also be worn to the gym! They’re a super cute and trendy alternative to the traditional gym headband or baseball cap. Whether you prefer to throw your hair in a ponytail or a top knot, a head wrap can pull your look together and keep your hair from getting in the way during your workout.
Enjoyed reading about how to wear this hairstyle trend? Check out our article, 5 Ways to Use Jeweled Hair Accessories for more hair accessory-centric hairstyles.