Easy Hair Scarf Styles PRT 1 | Dutch Braid Half Up

Hey everyone! Welcome back to our very first hairstyle tutorial of 2022! I hope the new year has been good to you so far!

After a many technical difficulties rendering me unable to publish any posts here on SGH for a while, I’m finally back with a new hairstyle tutorial! I hope you like it!

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Big thanks to Maria for modelling this hairstyle for me. 🙂

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Items needed: 1 small hair tie, & 1 hair scarf

Difficulty: Easy-medium

Time: 2-5 minutes

Step-by-step instructions:

1.) To start off, part your hair to the side or middle

2.) Next, leaving out some hair on either side of your part, section off some hair from just behind the hair you left out..

3.) Now, picking a small section of hair from the top of your sectioned hair, begin a dutch braid..

4.) Once you reach the area around the top of your ears, stop adding in hair and finish of the braid with a normal plait

5.) Secure the ends of your braid with a small elastic, and then tug on the edges of the braid all the way up to loosen the braid and make it look for effortless and relaxed.

6.) Lastly, grab your hair scarf and simple tie it over the braid, right at the bit where you stopped adding in hair to the braid.

7.) And you’re done!

Well, that’s all I have for you today! I really hope you liked this new tutorial and keep your eye out for more to come soon!

Until next time, I hope you’re having an amazing new year so far!

~Clare 🙂

4 thoughts on “Easy Hair Scarf Styles PRT 1 | Dutch Braid Half Up

  1. Stunning photography and hair styling Clare! It was so much fun to collaborate with you and get some more hairstyle posts up! 🙂

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