If you are experiencing patchy hair loss, undergoing radiotherapy on your head or have visibly thinning hair, headbands can be a really useful hair accessory. They help 'place' remaining hair and gently hold it in position throughout the day. Why not take a look at our latest article in the Lounge written by Liz G, who gives valuable insight into coping with the early stages of hair loss.
This scarf range comes in beautiful rich jewel colours, and they really are an easy accessory to wear well. 100% silk these little scarves are hand dyed and shaded in exquisite colours. They are made of super lightweight crinkled silk, so they feel like nothing on your head but STAY securely in position.
They are creased diagonally across the scarf so they drape and hug the head well. You can twist them and create a narrow headband or smooth them out and create a wider headband depending on your 'hair day'. You can even fold them in half to form a triangle and wear them as a bandana. For chemotherapy patients more coverage may be needed initially but as hair growth establishes itself they can be worn as a headband to soften head shape. Not forgetting of course that you can layer them over jersey base caps and wear them together in contrasting or matching colours (shown here worn over Kimmy).
They are just the right dimensions to go round your head once to tie either at the back, front or side, and still have enough left for the scarf ends to form little corkscrews to 'dangle interestingly'. The soft sheen to the silk fabric makes these little scarves a dressy hair accessory - easily wearable in the office, out socialising with friends or picking up the kids from school.
*** We try to accurately represent the silk colours in the larger swatch pictures on the website but each colour batch varies slightly due to the hand production techniques used.***
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