How to Style Headscarves
Headscarves have been taking the fashion world by storm. It’s the perfect accessory to tie together a look. Finally, there’s a precise way to style scarves around the hair. Unfortunately, many silk headscarves don’t have enough grit to stay in place throughout the day, so they need a little extra help from products and bobby pins. Read through the blog below to discover the top trending ways to style headscarves.
The Top Knot
Prep the hair with a light misting of hairspray like Alfaparf’s Style Stories Original to add texture and avoid slippage.
- Fold the scarf into a triangle.
- Then, roll the scarf over until it vaguely resembles a long rectangle.
- Then, wrap the ends around the back of the head, and tie the ends together at the crown of the head.
The Pony Tie
- Pull the hair into a ponytail. If you have thinner hair and would like to create a fuller look, apply a couple of spritzes of ColorProof’s Texture Charge Color Protect Texture+Finishing Spray.
- Tie scarf similarly the same way for the top knot style.
- Then, once you have the long rectangle, wrap it around the hair tie.
- Scritch the hair at the crown of the hair to create more volume, allowing pieces of hair to fall. This frames the face and gives a look a dreamy feeling.
- Fold the scarf in half and roll it about two times until it resembles a triangle and a long rectangle.
- Then, tie it behind the head under the hair. It’s natural to have excess scarf, and this helps frame the look.
- To keep the scarf from slipping, apply some texturizer paste-like Living Proof’s Style AMP2 INSTANT TEXTURE VOLUMIZER or lightly mist the inside of the scarf with hairspray to lock it in place.
And You can put it in a bun.
- Put the hair in a high bun, creating volume with KEVIN.MURPHY’s PUFF.POWDER.
- Then, wrap the scarf around the top knot.
- Twist it at the front and keep wrapping it around the bun until it’s secure.
- If you’d like, you can also add a little shine with the U:DRY FRESH Dry Conditioner.
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