Scroll Down to see step by step how I achieved this look..
1 - I started with curly hair, you can do this style with clean straight hair, fresh curls, or even a couple days old (needing to be washed) hair! Start with placing the headband into the position you like.
2 - leave some hair out around your face to make for a softer look. You could also pull all hair back from around your face. Find your first section of hair you would like to pull back and spin it around the headband. I would pass my piece of hair through to my other hand and pull it through making a loop around the headband.
3 - Grab your next section and continue looping hair around headband towards the back of your head.
4 - When that side is near the back (side of head) and enough hair is looped start working on the other side.
5 - In the picture shown I took 3 different sections and looped them around the headband (picking up hair I had already looped). I am now working on one more piece to continue the looping around the back towards the other side of my head.
6 - Done, I left the rest of my hair down and just pulled the rest forward to one side. feel free to make as many loops as you like and loosen up hair at top (crown) of head as lots of your back combing will become flat when pulling your sections of hair through. By 'massaging' the crown of your head you should be able to gain some height back up!
(Ignore all the loose hairs on my shirt, I'm dealing with postpartum baby hair loss! Haha)
This style is near effortless and super cute on shorter cuts as well.