5 WAYS TO WEAR: Headscarves

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Maybe you've had enough of hairclips. Or maybe you don't particularly like the Lolita-cum-Crystaltips image they can project. Either way, you could try hairbands and headscarves as a means of keeping your fringe out of your eyes. In tribute to our supermodel Dot Cotton, here's how to wear her favourite accessory - the headscarf.

Clockwise from top left: silver sequinned belt, worn as a hairband, pounds 9.95, from a selection by Otto Glanz, from Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1 (enquiries 0171 584 0011), and from Fenwicks, Old Bond Street, London W1 (enquiries 0171 629 9161). Pale green Liberty print scarf, pounds 75, by Liberty, 214 Regent Street, London W1, and branches nationwide (enquiries 0171 734 1234). Pink woollen headscarf, pounds 40, by Jo Gordon, from Browns Focus, 38-39 South Molton Street, London W1 (enquiries 0171 681 0230). Black elastic band, pounds 7.50, by Bumble and Bumble, from Liberty, as before, from Space NK, 45-47 Brook Street, London W1 (enquiries 0171 299 4999), and from Paul Windle Hairdressers, 41 Shorts Gardens, London WC2 (enquiries 0171 497 2393). Black 40-denier tights, pounds 3, by Aristoc, from major department stores nationwide (enquiries 01773 525 520)

PHOTOGRAPHS BY JON MORTIMER / STYLING BY HOLLY WOOD / HAIR AND MAKE-UP BY ALEX BABSKY USING AVEDA HAIR PRODUCTS AND ESTEE LAUDER MAKE- UP / MODEL: LINE

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