She looks hot in a headscarf and so can you

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Starring in the spring cover story from Grey Magazine, Bella Hadid reminds us of the vintage flair of fashionable headscarves. The sultry brunette wears jumbled curls and messy styles with colourful kerchiefs wrapped in a variety of innovative and effortlessly chic ways, creating a cool modern take on the look made famous by Jackie O. This is a trending style for the summer season.

Step: Headscarves are a quick fix for a lot of common problems; they’re great for disguising dark roots, unruly bangs, or flyways –– and they keep UV rays off of your head.

Step: Use the shapes and styles in the collage of images above to inspire your own design. Whether you leave a few tendrils out or place the wrap behind a heavy fringe, avoid slicking hair back into the scarf, which can look overly severe.

Step: If you opt for a square scarf, be sure it is big enough to fold in half and still tie a knot or bow around your head. Alternatively, embrace more detailed ideas like using long narrow scarves for tying elaborate bows that accent the shape of your hairstyle.

Step: Use curl enhancer, wave mist, and a loose blow-dry to create a tousled texture to accent headscarves. Apply product and twist sections of hair around two fingers. Now blow-dry these twists with the nozzle pointing down. This will create a loose, wavy and cascading shape.


Contributed by Mike Goncalves

Stonerose hair studio
1504 Yonge street Yonge & St.Clair (North of St.Clair on the West Side) second floor.
416-922-0085
Toronto, ON, Canada
stonerosehairstudio.com

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