Whether you like to wear them for style, to battle extreme weather conditions or reach for them when you’re having a bad hair day, there is no denying the versatility and fabulousness of wearing chic turban headbands.
One of the best things about wearing turban and turban headbands is that they go with a variety of ensembles, including everything from evening gowns to T-shirts and jeans.
It’s also a pretty stylish alternative to more traditional hat styles, such as fedoras, beanie and berets and traditional headband looks.
If you’re still unsure of how exactly you should wear a turban and look fierce doing it, look no further because I have compiled a list of easy ways to wear a turban with a host of hairstyles. Find out how to keep your locks covered in style!
1. All Your Hair Down
Opting to wear all your hair down while also wearing a turban is like the best of both worlds because you don’t have to completely hide your hair in order to showcase your turban. Whether you rock straight strands or natural curls, all you have to do is simply tie your turban on top of your hair and you are ready to go.
2. In a Ponytail
A ponytail is one of the most popular and most enduring hairstyles around with a versatility that is unmatched. You can literally wear a ponytail for any occasion, which makes pairing it turban headbands a no-brainer. A low ponytail, a middle style or one worn off to the side are all great and stylish choices to accentuate your turban headband for a fun and flirty look.
3. Covering Your Whole Head
Arguably the most popular way to rock a turban is to wear it covering your entire head. Some women may find this look extreme, but it is extremely edgy and allows for your natural beauty to truly shine through. To enhance this look further, pair with some eye-catching earrings and an expertly made-up face of dramatic or natural makeup.
4. With a Low Bun
With the same appeal as a ponytail/turban combo but decidedly more demure, comes the pairing of a turban with a low bun. What’s appealing about this look is that it spices up an understated bun and acts as a more fashion forward hair accessory instead of the usual headbands, bows and clips. A chic way to make this look standout is to position your bun to one side and knot your turban on the opposite side for contrast.
5. Leaving Out Bangs/Tendrils
Flirty yet demure, leaving out just a little hair in the form of bangs or tendrils, is an ideal way to wear your turban while looking incredibly feminine. There are a variety of ways that you can personalize this look, such as wearing bangs straight across, swept to the side or with just a few wisps of hair escaping at the sides.
For further inspiration, check out this YouTube tutorial video showcasing various ways to wear and style turbans and turban headbands. Have fun ladies! YouTube Video Tutorial : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyXHuZPMQdU “How to Tie a Turban/Headwrap – 10 Different Styles”.