Head wraps are such a wonderful invention but a lot of people don’t know how to do them! So here are some instructions, of one look we love, to help you out. We promise you’ll love this for beach days or nights out…They are also a great substitute for ‘hat days’ or when your hair just isn’t working out.
If the scarf is square, start by folding it in half into a triangle shape. This scarf was particularly large so she folded it over a little bit to make it smaller.
Drape the scarf over your head with straight edge at the back of your head and the triangle point hanging in front (it’s okay if it hangs over your face, you can fix that later). Take the ends in your hands and bring to the front as pictured, and make one knot at the front of the head.
Wrap the remaining fabric back around your head and tie in a knot at the back.
Tuck the knot and extra fabric underneath the turban, and do the same with the fabric hanging in the front.