Our Paul Mitchell® Insider Morgan Ryan’s vivacious energy and can-do attitude translate into everything she does, including style tutorials! We reached out to this stylish beauty queen to create a tutorial featuring our limited edition nautical products. See below for her gorgeous creations and learn how to get the look!
To start, create a horizontal fold by matching the two opposite corners to form a triangle. Roll in a downward motion toward the tip of the scarf, smoothing as you go. Repeat until you reach the end of the scarf and you’re left with a thin band.
Look 1: Polished and Poised - Add a hint of sophistication to any outfit.
Place the scarf at the back of your neck. Bring the ends around to the front and tie into a knot. Tie another knot to secure the look.
Look 2: Sporty Casual - For a stylish alternative to a headband.
Start with the same fold and roll from the first look. Then place the scarf at the nape of your neck. Bring the ends around to the front and tie into a knot at the crown of your head. Tie another knot to secure the look. Tuck the remaining tails beneath the band. You may want to use bobby pins to hold everything in place.
Look 3: Quirky and Cute " If you’re feeling bold!
Slick hair back into a ballerina bun and secure with bobby pins.
Create a vertical half fold by taking the top two corners and folding them toward one another to create a rectangle. Roll in a downward direction toward the tip of the scarf, smoothing as you go. Repeat until you reach the end of the scarf and you’re left with a thin band.
Place the middle of the scarf at the back of the bun. Tie in a double knot at the front.
Finish off the look by pulling the remaining ends into place and adjust them until they form a bow. Make this as full or as minimal as you want!
A big thanks to Morgan Ryan, Evans Woods, Giuseppe Rinaldi, Ashley Coffey and Quixote Studios for this fun how-to!
Angela Hauk is Paul Mitchell's Brand Advocate Manager. When she's not conversing with the Insiders or sending them swag, she enjoys painting, writing, and exploring new places. Someday she'll own a card shop where her obsession with quotes will be put to good use!