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I'm Not Blending Today: Scarf Style 1

Does blending your hair extensions ever seem like a chore? Yeah - somedays, your hair is on point and blending is a breeze! But other days... Well, let's just say you'd rather tie a scarf on it and go. In the spirit of feeling #unbothered, we show you how to use a scarf to your beauty advantage. Yes! You can still rock your Kurly Klips while leaving none of your natural hair out with these three looks. Comprende? Check the video to see how. 

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How to Tie the Scarf

First take your square/rectangular scarf and fold it into a triangle. Then fold the tip of the triangle down back just a bit. Continue folding until you get a long rectangle. It should look like a headband. Put it on, make a knot at the top of your head, and tuck the scarf pieces down. VOILA! With your scarf tied like this, you can achieve our three signature styles. 

Style 1 - Deep Side Part

Flip the front portion of the hair to the side you prefer. That's it LOL. Do you see how cute this style is?! It requires zero blending and it looks picture perfect. Y'all know I'm about effortless styling. 

Style 2 - Deep Side Bang

Swoop your hair into a deep side bang. Take a clamp and secure the bang at the back of your head. Not only is this look effortless, it keeps your hair out of your face, offering a touch of professionalism. 

Style 3 - The Pinup 

Gather the hair in the back, twist it around once, and secure it with a clamp. BOOM. That's it. Let your bangs fall loose for a super flirty look. 

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So in case  you're wondering about the hair, Jasmin is wearing two sets of the Mermaid Fro. She did a bantu knot-out to get this look. Please don't be emailing me about how the hair did not come out the package looking like this. If you want this style, bantu knot it. We have a tutorial here. Unlike other brands, Kurly Klips hair is super versatile. So enjoy it!

And style tip: Bantu knot-outs are an excellent way of increasing the lifespan of your afro-textured hair extensions. The curl pattern keeps the hair from getting tangled and helps it retain moisture for a lot longer. 

 

Which look is your favorite? Let me know in the comments. I love hearing from you!

 

Yours in beauty, 

Lana 

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