Summer Style: Natural Curls With A Hair Scarf

Lorie Knickle August 11, 2021

If you're looking for a perfect accessory to pair with your naturally curly hair, meet your match! A scarf adds a cool vibe to any look, and when paired with natural curls is oh-so-sultry for summer. Follow along as Cindy Duplantis (@cindyduplantis) shows you how to get the look with help from DevaCurl products.

Shop the DevaCurl products you'll need to get the look:

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Supercream Rich
Coconut-Infused Definer

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Ultra Defining Gel

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Devafresh Scalp & Hair Revitalizer
naturlly curly hair scalp product

Scalp D(pH)ense Daily Nourishing & Protecting Serum

Step-by-Step:

Step One: Prep your curls with DevaCurl Ultra Defining Gel Strong Hold No-Crunch Styler. 

Step Two: Apply DevaCurl Scalp D(pH)ense Daily Nourishing & Protecting Serum to scalp and work the product halfway down your ends. 

Step Three: Apply DevaCurl DevaFresh Scalp & Hair Revitalizer from mid lengths to ends. This product adds nourishment to the hair and helps avoid dryness and frizz. 

Step Four: Grab your scarf and fold it into a triangle. Once folded, wrap the scarf around your hairline and knot it in place.  
Hot Tip: Add bobby pins at the back of the head scarf to help keep it in place.  

Step Five: For beautiful curl definition, finish your look off with DevaCurl SuperCream Rich Coconut-Infused Definer. 

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