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How to Tie a Headscarf: 10 Brilliant Ideas from Pinterest

Let's face it: We don't all wake up like this">">this. No matter how hard we try or how much time we spend prepping, we're usually too lazy to attempt much of anything with our hair. Lucky for us, headscarves are a totally acceptable way to look chic while exerting little to no effort. Jackie O made the style popular in the '60s, and Prada brought the trend back on the Spring 2007 runway. We searched Pinterest for ideas on how to tie a headscarf and rounded up 10 of our favorite tutorials for you to try this summer.

Betty Bow Headscarf

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For an easy everyday style, wrap a folded scarf around your hair line and tie it into a bow in front. How cute does Andrea of Pretty Me This look?

Folded Turban

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We love the blog Honestly WTF for its cheeky and quirky taste that makes us really rethink what we consider cool. This folded turban tutorial is a no-brainer. Tuck your hair under the wraps or keep it down—this look is perfect for a summer day in the sun.

Braided Headscarf

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Whit of Britt + Whit incorporated the excess fabric of her headscarf into a braid, inspired by this tutorial from Vanessa of Late Afternoon. It's a quick, easy and fun way to dress up an ordinary summer hairstyle. Bonus points if you have a matching headscarf-shirt/dress combo.

Retro Knotted Headscarf

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Add a knot to the front of your headscarf, as Elena of Seamless did. To achieve the retro look, grab your favorite scarf and follow her tutorial.

Loose Ends Headscarf

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Alida of Alida Makes created a perfectly messy head wrap by leaving a bit of the front ends untucked. Re-create the look with a brightly colored and patterned scarf folded into a triangle, or cut your own as she did.

Rosette Headscarf

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If we're going to trust anyone to show us how to rock this boho trend, it's Free People. Check out the rosette headscarf tutorial on the brand's Bldg 25 blog.

Wrap-Back Headscarf

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Keiko Lynn is one of our go-to gals for hair inspiration. This wrapped headscarf adds a touch of chic to an updo and can be dressed up or down.

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