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10 Ways to Wear a Headscarf

If you were a fan of the headscarf in 2011, then you will be pleased to know that it makes a comeback for spring 2012. But on-trend hair isn’t all about styles in 2012. If you are willing to experiment and have a desire to stand out from the crowd, the humble headscarf makes its return.

Read after the jump to find out how to wear these headscarves!


  • Headscarf Headband 1 of 10
    Headscarf Headband
    Keep hair away from your face by using your scarf as a headband.
    Image credit: Headscarves
  • Simple Headscarf 2 of 10
    Simple Headscarf
    Super easy, but it makes a huge statement!
    Image credit: Keiko Lynn
  • Headband Scarf 3 of 10
    Headband Scarf
    So easy to do — try it out today!
    Image credit: Shenanigans of Caroline
  • Turban Headscarf 4 of 10
    Turban Headscarf
    You can have this turban up in a cinch.
    Image credit: Fabulous on a Budget
  • Turban Style Headscarf 5 of 10
    Turban Style Headscarf
    Stand out from the crowd and accessorize with this fun headscarf!
    Image credit: WOW.ie
  • Hair Down Head Wrap 6 of 10
    Hair Down Head Wrap
    Try wearing your hair down for this fun headscarf wrap!
    Image credit: Craze Texture
  • The 1970s Headscarf 7 of 10
    The 1970s Headscarf
    Here is a flowy approach to the headscarf.
    Image credit: Fashionising
  • The Head Wrap Turban 8 of 10
    The Head Wrap Turban
    Add a head wrap turban to your outfit to instantly spruce it up!
    Image credit: Femme Rogue
  • 1940s Headscarf 9 of 10
    1940s Headscarf
    This headscarf is one that implies the woman who is feminine but tough.
    Image credit: Fashionising
  • Sports Fashion Headscarf 10 of 10
    Sports Fashion Headscarf
    Why not try this for a more casual look?
    Image credit: Fashionising

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