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Guest Blogger: How to Style Scarves

Hi guys! My name Is Amber and I am excited to be guest blogging on www.scarves.net today! Today I am sharing with you a how-to video on how to style a bunch of different types of scarves from scarves.net. I’ve shown each type of scarf in a separate photo below, along with links to where you can find them.

Skinny Scarves with a fun hairstyle

Skinny Scarf Braid Hairstyle

Pashmina Scarves

This is the Cambridge Houndstooth Wrap Scarf
Pashmina Scarf

Flowing scarves and a handbag tie!

(the handbag is from Handbag Heaven. See it here.)
This scarf is the Sandra Floral Scarf.
Handbag Tie Scarf

And finally an infinity scarf!

Shop the Leopard Print collection here.
Leopard Infinity Scarf

Here is a step-by-step of a fun knotted-scarf hairstyle!

How To Do A Knotted Scarf Braid Hairstyle

Step 1: Get a fun skinny scarf! The one I am using is the Rizzo Chevron Skinny Scarf.
Step 2: Put your hair into a low side ponytail.
Step 3: Put the scarf around your head and tie it at the base of the ponytail, keeping the ends even.
Step 4: Make a loose knot with the ends of the scarf.
Step 5: Take out your pony tail and split your hair into two sections.
Step 6: Take half of the hair on the right side and put it through the knot in the scarf.
Step 7: Take the other half of the hair on the left side and put it through the knot crossing over the other strand.
Step 8: Tighten the knot up to the two strands.
Step 9: Make another loose knot and repeat the other steps until finished!
Step 10: Rock your cute scarf hairstyle!

For more beauty, makeup, hair and fashion styling tips check out my blog www.girlbehindthechair09.com and my YouTube channel www.youtube.com/girlbehindthechair09.

Up In Knots
Head Scarves, Long Rectangle Scarves, Master Knot List, Skinny Scarves, Thin Scarves

Up In Knots

Knots for Hope

Part I


STEP 1
Fold a skinny scarf (like the one we used!) in half


STEP 2
Center the scarf at the nape of your neck


STEP 3
Bring each side to the front of your head and collect them slightly above one ear


STEP 4
Tie a double knot


STEP 5
Let the ends hang like a side ponytail

Part II


STEP 1
Follow the directions for Part I


STEP 2
Twist the sides


STEP 3
Wrap the twist around the knot


STEP 4
Continue to wrap one or two more times


STEP 5
Tuck in the ends

Do The Twist
Head Scarves, Long Rectangle Scarves, Master Knot List, Skinny Scarves, Thin Scarves

Do The Twist

Knots for Hope


STEP 1
Fold a skinny scarf (we used this one!) in half horizontally


STEP 2
Center the scarf on your forehead


STEP 3
Bring the two sides to the back of your head


STEP 4
Criss-cross the sides at the nape of your neck


STEP 5
Bring each side over your ears to the top of your head


STEP 6
Double knot the two sides


STEP 7
Twist down one side of your head & tuck in the ends

All Twisted Up
Head Scarves, Long Rectangle Scarves, Master Knot List, Skinny Scarves, Thin Scarves

All Twisted Up

Knots for Hope


STEP 1
Fold a skinny scarf  (like one of these!) in half horizontally


STEP 2
Center the scarf at the nape of your neck


STEP 3
Bring the sides over your ears to the center of your head


STEP 4
Tie a tight knot at the center of your forehead


STEP 5
Tightly twist the side until it curls onto itself


STEP 6
Guide the twist into a little curl


STEP 7
Twist & curl to the end of the scarf


STEP 8
Tuck in the end


STEP 9
Twist the remaining side over the first twist


STEP 10
Guide the twist into a little curl


STEP 11
Twist & curl to the end


STEP 12
Tuck in the end

Rosette Neck Wrap
Master Knot List, Neck Scarves, Skinny Scarves, Thin Scarves

Rosette Neck Wrap

STEP 1
Place the scarf around your the back of your neck with the ends hanging in front.

STEP 2
With the ends together and positioned to one side of the neck, start twisting.

STEP 3
When the twist becomes taut, wrap it in a circular motion at your neck using your fingers to guide the scarf into a bun.

STEP 4
When you come to the ends, tuck them into the bigger loop at your neck so they stick out to resemble petals.