When it comes to finding the most effective and protective fabrics to use as an alternative to a mask, tightly woven materials are the best, as they still allow you to breathe easily and are less likely to let droplets in or out. The CDC ‘s latest recommendations suggest that silk scarves (due to the tightly woven fabric), are a great option, and to make a mask out of a silk scarf you have at home, all you would need is the scarf, two hair ties and if you want extra filtration; a coffee filter.
Face masks have become a necessity during a pandemic outbreak. At a time where the public is urged to wear face masks in almost every country worldwide, medical masks are often hard too source at such a time, people are looking for alternative options, and sometimes options may be closer to home than you think!
Hair ties are slowly seeping away out of fashion and scrunchies are making an ultimate come back. Scrunchies are perfect for any hair type whether is long hair, short hair, fine hair or thick hair. A scrunchie can be your best friend for so many reasons and we want to share why!
Have you ever wondered where people keep their scrunchies when they are not wearing them so that they don’t get damaged or misplaced? We have collated some of our favourite storage ideas to help you come up with creative ways to display your favourite scrunchies, and keep them organised instead of leaving them scattered around your room.
Many fellow hair enthusiasts spend a lot of money on expensive hair car products such as protectants, moisture sprays, hair masks and even special combs as a means to protect and promote healthier hair. How can you care for your hair at night? The answer is one purchase away; a silk scarf.
We have been scouring the internet for our favourite hairstyles to go with headbands and we have collated a list of our top 5 favourite classic looks - perfect for the current trends in 2020. Stay fun and fresh for the new year and show your friends and family how adventurous you are with your hair this year. We adore a courageous babe!
When it comes to our job and the workplace, it is often required to dress professionally which means looking put-together at all times. One of our most asked questions at Sand and Scarf is 'Can I wear a scrunchie to work?'. The answer is yes, here's how.
How often is it that you look at a scarf and think “I can use that in my daily life rather than on me”? We are going to share with you 5 different ways you can use a silk scarf that doesn’t include wearing it.
As the silk scarf trend has come back into fashion in the last couple of years, more and more people are needing tips for cleaning their silky friends! As we have much experience of caring for and cleaning scarves, we thought we would share some of our tips and tricks for cleaning and storing your silk scarf. See below information on storing, cleaning and the do’s and don’ts for caring for your scarf.
As you probably know by now, you can create so many beautiful and trendy looks using a silk scarf. This accessory is blowing up all over the internet and has come back into fashion full throttle. This is a great way to reinvent something old and bring new joy to your accessories! See below our favourite 5 ways of tying a square silk scarf to your handbag.
If you have a scarf at home or are wanting to purchase one but don’t know how to tie it or wear it in your hair, then keep on reading. Below we explain how they are tied and how to style them in your hair making it look like you put maximum effort into your hair!
As you probably know by now, everyone is jumping on the silk scarf trend. A square silk scarf is such an incredibly versatile fashion accessory and there are countless ways to wear one with absolutely any outfit for example; In your hair, around your neck or on your handbag. We want to share with you 5 go-to ways to tie and style a square silk scarf around your neck to follow the latest trend!