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If you are an avid traveler like I am you will know how useful scarves are. They take up way less room than hats and can be used so versatilely. Think about it! You can use your satin scarf to decorate your bad, wear instead of a belt, as an actual scarf and, of course, in your hair. This is the most amazing way to spice up a look and it helps to make your hairstyle really pop. Perfect for the holiday packing and perfect for amazing photos. Today I am going to show you a look that is perfect for incorporating your satin scarf. #wearcliphair
Step number 1: preparation
This is a style I have been in love with for quite a while now. It can be worn with either a lux outfit or something to laze by the beach in. to get this look texture is your key. Second-day hair always has a bit of texture for me so I would recommend this for you as well. This is a low style so add your Cliphair extensions from your ear level down. Add some texture spray to your locks and scrunch it into the ends to get the most from it. If you want to add a bit more volume at your roots, try gently teasing them.
Step number 2: create your braid
Vertically divide your hair into three sections, with the middle being the largest. Clip the two edges out of the way for now and focus on the central section. Divide this section into three and form a traditional low three-strand braid by taking the right outside section and folding them over the center and repeating with the left. Once you have done this down the left of your hair, secure your braid at the end with a clear elastic hair tie.
Step number 3: time to cross
Undo the other two sections and cross them over the braid at the nape of your neck. Interweave them by pulling them through the sections of your braid until you get to the ends of your sections. Secure all together in your hair tie. To finish tie your scarf around the hair tie to conceal it and add decoration to the look. I tend to do this as a knot rather than a bow but it is completely up to you.