Tired of wearing the same old hair everyday? We have the perfect solution for you! The best part? It’s something you probably already have at home – a bandana! Whether you’re a man or a woman, a bandana is a simple way to accessorize your everyday hairstyles. Plus, depending on the bandana hairstyle you choose, bandanas can keep your hair off your face, the sweat out of your eyes, and the sun off of your scalp. Keep reading for our favorite bandana hairstyles for long hair, short hair, and everything in between.
The Best Bandana Hairstyles for Women
How cute is this bandana ponytail? This bandana hairstyle for long hair couldn’t be easier to achieve. Just pull hair into a loose ponytail and fasten with a hair tie. Then tie your favorite bandana or scarf around the hair tie. So simple!
The kerchief is another adorable bandana hairstyle for long hair. Style your hair as usual, then pull your hair into a ponytail. Fold your bandana in half to form a triangle, then place the bandana on your head with the longest edge of the triangle framing your face. Tie the ends of the bandana beneath your ponytail, then remove the hair tie. Voila! Another cute bandana hairstyle for long hair.
We love this short hair bandana style to spice up a bob or a lob. First, style your hair by straightening it or using a curling iron to create wavy texture. Next, fold your bandana into a band. Wrap the bandana around your head, and tie the ends into a knot. So easy!
Do you have curly hair? Try this curly hair with a bandana hairstyle, which is a variation on the popular “pineapple” hairstyle. First fold your bandana in half to form a triangle. Flip your head upside down and wrap the bandana around your hair, keeping the ends in the front. Then knot the ends and flip your hair over.
The bandana bun is another easy bandana hairstyle for long hair, and the perfect way to accessorize your everyday topknot. First, pull hair into a topknot or bun and secure with a couple of hair pins. Roll your bandana into a band, then wrap around the bun and tie to secure.
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The Best Bandana Hairstyles for Guys
Men can also wear bandana hairstyles for long hair! We especially like this bandana hairstyle for guys because it’s a simple way to both disguise greasy roots and protect your hair and scalp from damaging UV rays. That’s probably why this bandana hairstyle for guys is such a hit with hikers!
To get this look, fold your bandana in half. Place the bandana on your head, keeping the long edge just below your hairline. Then secure the bandana in place by tying the ends in the back.
Here is another bandana hairstyle for guys with long hair! This bandana hairstyle for long hair is perfect for keeping cool on a hot day because the bandana prevents sweat from getting into your eyes.
To get the look, first pull hair into a topknot or ponytail and secure with a bun. Next, fold a bandana into a band. Then place the bandana along your hairline and tie in the back. Easy!
This bandana hairstyle for long hair is ideal for guys with in-between hair. You know, hair that gets into your eyes but is still too short for a ponytail! To get the look, just fold your bandana into a band. Wrap the bandana around your hairline, then push back and tie to secure.
If you have in-between hair, try this bandana hairstyle for long hair next time you hit the gym or play sports and thank us later.
What is your favorite bandana hairstyle? Let us know in the comment section below!