With the success of our previous article on the new square scarf tutorial, we thought of bringing you some new and wonderful styles once again. I was so excited to share these styles with you. I have seen these new turban styles with the cute bow in front and my hands were itching to complete the tutorial on it and today was the day. I have also attached the tutorial on a previous style which I did a year ago. I previously made YouTube hijab styling videos but removed them and since then I have been inundated with requests for the front wrap using the square scarf. I couldn’t remember exactly how I styled it but I tried styling it a few times and got it close enough. There are many modern styles for the square scarf and I will try my best to add as many as I can today. I think I will stick to quick and simple styles so that I can add more than one tutorial in this post. For a look at our previous successful article, click here.
Turban Square Scarf Tutorial No Pins
Step 1: Fold the scarf to create a triangle and place on your head as seen in the image above, with the two long ends hanging on either side.
Step 2: Bring the long ends above your head and make a knot above the piece hanging in front of your face.
Step 3: Tie a bow.
Step 4: Take the remaining ends and tuck them in your layers.
Step 5: The completed look.
Front Wrap Square Scarf Tutorial
Step 1: You will need a square scarf, pins and a non-snag hijab pin.
Step 2: Fold the scarf into a triangle and place on your head as seen in the image, using the open short edge and placing it on your head.
Step 3: Pin it at the back with a non-snag hijab pin.
Step 4: Pin the one end to the opposite side.
Step 5: Pin the same end down.
Step 6: Take the long end.
Step 7: Drape the scarf over your head.
Step 8: Pin it down at the other side.
Step 9: The complete look.
Turban Square Scarf Tutorial
Step 1: You will need a scarf and pins.
Step 2: Place the scarf on your head as seen in the image. Create a triangle and place it at an angle on your head.
Step 3: Make a knot above the loose hanging piece over your face.
Step 5: Grab the piece hanging over your face.
Step 6: Take the two ends and knot it as seen above.
Step 7: Move all ends in a circular movement to match the above image and pin the longest end down.
Step 8: The completed look.
I think there are many more scarf styles which can be created using the square scarf. I haven’t worn the square scarf in a while but I hope to wear the bow turban style next weekend. I think this look will work wonders for a children’s party. Yes, I will be attending one next weekend and I just found my hijab style! Happy styling.