Headbands have been around since the time of the ancient Greeks, who wore wreaths of gold and silver.
They were also extremely popular during the 50s, 60s, and 70s from the 1950s Rockabilly style to the 1960s hippie look to the 1970s disco groove.
Today, you can get creative with the headband in a wide variety of ways. For special events, such as weddings, the bride can rock a headband of fresh flowers. You can have a florist create it, or you can do-it-yourself with the help of a DIY video, if necessary. Another fancy variety is a sparkly or beaded headband, perfect for formal occasions. For more casual looks, choose your favorite pattern and tie the material around your head with a big bow on top.
It’s a fun look for everything from doing errands on the weekend to out with the girls on a Friday night. How about for the colder months? You can rock a knitted band that can also substitute a hat if it’s not too cold out.
Arguably headbands look best on hair that’s at least shoulder length. However, short hairstyles can rock the headband as well. There are so many different fabrics and materials and textures that you can wear as a headband, that limits on the style don’t exist.
Have you wanted to wear headbands? Well, after reading this, hopefully, you’ve been encouraged. Check out the following headband style ideas to spark your imagination and get you ready to rock the style.