Summer is an incredible time for easygoing updo hairdos. Regardless of whether you are running sculling with companions or having a night out on a yard, having charming approaches to get your hair up off your shoulders can be fundamental to beating the late spring heat in style. This scarf/chignon blend is one of my go-to summer looks, and I adore that it's simple and quick to assemble. I get a kick out of the chance to utilize the long rectangular scarves for this style, however you can utilize any scarf that is sufficiently long to wrap around your head and bunch. 

To start with, utilize a prodding brush to prod the roots under the best layers at the back of your head. This will give your hair a touch of stature. Smooth out the best layer of the prodded hair and assemble your hair into a low pig tail. In the event that you have blasts or shorter pieces at the front, it's dependent upon you in the event that you need to tuck those pieces in or forget them. Contort your pig tail and afterward curl the wound hair into a bun and secure set up with bobby pins. Overlap your scarf longwise a couple of times so it winds up being 3-4" wide. Place the center of the scarf simply under your bun and tie together over your head. Tie the finishes into a bunch, and afterward tie another bunch over that bunch. Tuck in the closures of your scarf, and you're prepared to go! 

It's obvious, not very hard right? This is an awesome approach to join vintage scarves into a look too (the one I'm wearing is a vintage discover), so watch out for those on the off chance that you don't as of now have one. I wore this hairdo a considerable measure when we were in Costa Rica the previous summer since it's additionally a decent pick for crimped hair or moist atmospheres-and it looks truly charming with swimming outfits! Proceed, try it out this late spring! xo. Laura 

Credits/Author: Laura Gummerman, Photography: Janae Hardy. Photographs altered with A Beautiful Mess activities.

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