If you’re anything like me, you love scarves both to accessorize your favorite outfit and to protect your hair from the bitter, cold winter. I stumbled upon Scarves.net when looking for a place to find trendy scarves. To my amazement, not only does Scarves.net have a great array of scarves, but they also have wonderful galleries and tutorials for wearing them.
One of my first jobs out of college was as a community manager for a breast cancer non-profit organization. In this position, I learned more about breast cancer and immediately became an advocate. I was also touched by many of breast cancer survivors’ stories. It is because of this experience that I make it a point to raise awareness.
In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Scarves.net is dedicated to serving the breast cancer community through their Knots for Hope campaign that donates head scarves to cancer patients in need. Because breast cancer awareness is also dear to my heart, I am sharing their Knot for Hope gallery with permission from Scarves.net with our Babble Readers. Check out Knot for Hope’s 20 Ways to Tie A Head Scarf below.
1. Up in Knots
Up in Knots is a knotted version of the traditional headband. Full tutorial here.
2. Twisty Turban
The Twisty Turban is a relatively simple turban style that can be assembled with an ordinary sized scarf. Full tutorial here.
3. Twisted Crown
This may be one of my favorites. You start off with a large rectangular scarf and twist around tightly, tuck, and that’s it. Full tutorial here.
4. Twist and Shout
With a long rectangle scarf, you can easily recreate this headscarf tie. Full tutorial here.
5. Rosetta Wrap
Whether your hair is up or down, the Rosetta Wrap will give it that something extra. Full tutorial here.
6. Knotty But Nice
With this tie, you can use your favorite scarf to create a beautiful, full side chignon. Full tutorial here.
7. Oversized Chignon
This was one of the first ties that I learned. I will tell you it’s a lifesaver if you have to run out with wet hair. Full tutorial here.
8. Side Pony
During my time working at a breast cancer organization, this because a signature look of the courageous survivors. Full tutorial here.
9. The Twist-Me-Knot
Doesn’t the Twist-Me-Knot remind you of a beautiful crown? I like this tie for that very reason. Full tutorial here.
10. Maiden Braid
Add a pop of color and dress up your braid with this tie. Full tutorial here.
11. Scarf Bow
The Scarf Bow is the perfect way to dress up or, in some cases, camouflage the messiest of messy buns. Full tutorial here.
12. The Top Knot
The Top Knot is one of the most traditional ways to tie any head scarf. Using a large scarf can give you a fancier, fuller knot. Full tutorial here.
13. Bow Away
The Bow Away is one of my favorite scarf ties for days at the pool or beach. Full tutorial here.
14. My Little Pony
My Little Pony is a modified version of Side Pony. You use your scarf to give the illusion of long hair. Full tutorial here.
15. Criss Cross
Criss Cross is a great introduction to tying head scarves. It looks complicated, but it’s super easy. Full tutorial here.
16. Knot My Hair
For the Knot My Hair tie, a simple turn of the scarf ends creates a smooth knotted look. Full tutorial here.
17. All Twisted Up
I really like the Twisted detail in this head scarf tie. The longer the scarf, the more twist and turns you can make. Full tutorial here.
18. Heidi Braid
The Heidi Braid recreates a long braid that wraps around the crown using a long rectangular scarf. Full tutorial here.
19. Ahoy Matey
We’ve all done this one. You probably even call it the pirate. Watch out, Jack Sparrow! Full tutorial here.
20. Ponytail Wrap
The Ponytail Wrap is both simple and classic. The trick is to get a flawless ponytail and wrap a slim scarf around it. Full tutorial here.