Sweatbands are clothing accessories worn either on the head or the wrist in order to absorb sweat. It was introduced in the sports world because of its excellent sweat absorption capacity. However, its aesthetic values made it an everyday option for celebrities, sportsperson, as well as industrial workers. It looks super cool, plus keeps your sweat and hairs both in control.
If you are still not confident about how to flaunt this stylish piece of clothing, here is a list of celebrities you can take inspiration from:
When we talk about fashion on the field, sports legend David Beckham is an all-time sports inspiration. In early 2000, it was the headbands only that kept David Beckham looking just perfect (till the time he came shaved head). Beckham first debuted the zigzag headbands on the field in the year 2003 to pull back his boy-band hair.
Federer’s headband has been a thing of gossip in the Wimbledon’s since his early days of career. Considered as his lucky charm, these bands not only keep his locks under control but also make him a fashion icon on the field.
One another sports star with the forever charm of headbands is Rafael Nadal. We have seen him sporting headbands both on-field and off-field and he never seizes to surprise us. If you are starting your experimentation with headbands, he definitely can teach you a lot.
Not just the sports world, headbands are popular even in the glamour world, we saw some of our favorite celebrities wearing this beautiful accessory.
Embedded with Low chignons and French twists to gain a fun look. If you prefer a thicker band, do it like Banks. Get a thicker headband and position it on your up-do just like Elizabeth Banks did. A few bobby pins at the base of it will ensure a longer stay.
Alexa Chung has always been seen in stretchy jersey headbands that match her hair color. It’s a rather subtle way to flaunt your headbands. Your pick can be a knotted headband or even a simple bandanna. The bands will keep your golden locks off your face in an elegant fashion.
Tara Reid appeared at a jewelry opening ceremony wearing a bright sky blue knot headband. Rather than looking too overwhelming, it came as a total win-win for Tara as she paired it nicely with her V neck outfit. So, don’t be afraid to try strong colors.
Our all-time favorite Gossip girl’s actress Blair Waldorf has made headbands the new teenage fashion staple. Her key to styling headbands is placing it an inch back from the hairline. She has been seen flaunting it for several occasions and for all sorts of purposes, including that as a sweatband. However, our favorite was her bandanna and silk headband.
Begin your headband hunt now and one of these celebrities can be your inspiration. However, make sure that you are able to define your needs first. For instance, if you are running look specifically for running headbands.