scarf

Headscarves are the perfect accessory for summer styles. Summer clothes and accessories tend to be more simple and delicate in nature so adding a bright scarf punches up a style without too much effort. Click the notes for how to achieve these 4 looks. –– Kelly Rowe

Beach Mermaid (top left)

Step: On damp hair work a handful of cream whip in roots to ends.

Step: Blow dry hair on low heat and a low speed with a paddle brush and hands.

Step: Take you mermaid inspired scarf and wrap around you head lightly but twice to get the wide front on it. Tie in a double knot at the back of your head and allow the tails to hang long.

Step: Spray refinish into the lengths of your hair and scrunch for a bit of texture.

 

Gypsy Queen (top right)

Step: Work second day hair into a mid height ponytail, twist the lengths until they are tight then pin hair in a bun.

Step: Pull pieces out in the front. Mist everything with primp.

Step: You will need a large square scarf for this. Fold the scarf into a triangle. Lay the flat side on top of your head. Bring down the side and tie in a knot at the base of your head.

Step: Now work the rest of the scarf up and over the bun to look like a bonnet. Tie another knot at the top of your head. If it does not feel secure push bobby pins through the knot and secure to your head.

 

Bohemian Babe (bottom left)

Step: Use an extra long cotton scarf, do not use silk it will be too slippery. Fold and place over hair and knot under hair like a headband.

Step: Bring hair to side and braid into the scarf.

 

California Chic (bottom right)

Step: Work hair into a high messy bun or sock bun.

Step: Using a large brightly colored silk scarf, messily wrap it around your head and secure slightly to the left.

Step: Allow the tails to drape over you shoulder.

 

By Kelly Rowe. Kelly Rowe is a professional hair stylist in NYC and a regular contributer to Style Noted.

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