Styling tips – How to style your hair with a scarf
With the festival season and summer approaching, why not try something new and add a splash of colour to your hair (without having to dye it)! Whether you’re looking for inspiration on how to rock your mane for summer festivals, or just want a chic yet relaxed hairstyle for your summer brunches and picnics, we’ve created 3 versatile scarf looks that you can easily recreate thanks to our knotting tutorials.
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The Side Knot
For easy styling, place hair in a simple ponytail. Fold the scarf lengthwise and lay above your forehead, covering the crown. Bring scarf ends behind your head and tie knot to the side. Now release your hair from the ponytail. A soft shake of the head and your hair is full, lifted off your face for all-day relaxed elegance. For extra volume apply Mousse Bouffante on damp hair and blowdry with a round brush.
The Side Braid
Begin as for the previous look, with the foulard tied in a side knot. You’ll need to undo the ponytail to create your braid. Dividing hair into three sections, match one scarf end with the first hair section and the second end with the third section. Weave your braid and secure with a final scarf knot. If you have layers through your hair, spray your hair all over with Laque Couture hairspray before starting your braid. This will help reduce flyaways and keep the braid smoother throughout the day.
Make a lengthwise fold and centre the foulard behind your head, keeping it on top of the hair. Bring ends forward and crisscross over your forehead, then return to the back for a final knot. Be sure to keep the foulard flat against your hair for a smooth, sophisticated “wrap” that frames your face. Apply L’Incroyable Blowdry or L’Incroyable Blowdry Crème onto damp hair and blowdry with a paddle brush so your hair looks smooth and shinny underneath the wrap.