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How To: Styling Your Hair For Wearing Scarves

It's Autumn, A.K.A wooly scarf season!

We teamed up with Wool and The Gang to create some tips for styling your hair to avoid a matted mess when adding a scarf to your outfit of the day!

Style 1 - The Twisted Up Do

Step 1: Spray your hair and back-brush it a little bit to get a lovely textured feel.

Step 2: Use a brush and comb your hair to the left side and secure it with flat bobby pins.

Step 3: Back-brush it again to keep the texture.

Step 4: Twist your hair to the other side (the right side) and fix your hair with pins at a vertical angle - this angle will help the hair stay in place.

Step 5: Leave some of the ends visible and the front of the hair loose.

Step 6: Spray your hair again to keep it in place, and you're done!

Style 2 - Messy Low Ponytail With Clips Galore

Step 1: Spray your hair with texturising hairspray.

Step 2: Use curling tongs to create soft waves and then spray your hair again.

Step 3: Pull both sides of your hair together at the back so it's level with your neck, then secure it loosely with hair-pins.

Step 4: Place your clips firmly into your hair, starting with chunkier ones on the side and thinner clips in the middle.

Step 5: Let some hair loose at the front for a relaxed style.

Step 6: Go somewhere fun and show off your fab new do!

Style 3 - Twisted Top Knot

Step 1: Divide your hair, leaving some hair at the front and brush the remaining hair up to create a high ponytail.

Step 2: For the front hair, use narrow curling tongs to create a few loose curls.

Step 3: Divide the ponytail into two sections

Step 4: Twist and wrap one section into a bun, then twist and wrap the other.

Step 5: Secure the bun in place with hair grips.

Step 6: Spray and you're good to go!

Pair these hairstyles with a cute scarf and go show off your new look! Be sure to tag us at @mayfivehair and @woolandthegang in any of your photos.


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