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5 Different Ways to Tie a Scarf for Crazy Hair

As a new mom, I’ve been guilty of running out of the house with dirty hair–yes I said it.  But let’s face it, many of us have been guilty of doing this as well. Well not to fret, because this summer your new best friend will become a scarf. It’s the perfect hair accessory to help disguise those days when you got in a fight with your shampoo. Whether it’s tied in a ponytail or being worn as a turban, here are five different ways you can wear it.

  • Five Ways to Wear a Scarf 1 of 6
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    Scroll through to check out five different ways to wear a scarf. 

  • Boho Flair 2 of 6
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    This is one of my favorite ways to tie a scarf when I head to the beach. It also adds a bit of boho flair. Simply fold your scarf into a rectangle and tie at the back of your head. 

  • Put a Bow on It 3 of 6
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    For a girly touch, I love wearing my scarves in a bow. Simply fold a scarf in a rectangle and starting from the back of your head, bring  both ends up and tie in a bow. 

  • Ponytail Knot 4 of 6
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    This one is pretty simple and is sure to add some oopmh to a rather boring pony tail. Simply place the scarf around your ponytail and tie in a knot. 

  • Braided Scarf 5 of 6
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    Get creative and add a scarf to your braid. Here's a quick tutorial on how to braid a scarf into your hair. 

  • Parisian Chic 6 of 6
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    To distract from unwashed hair, I love tying a scarf around my neck for a little Parisian style. 

 

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