Sunday, April 17, 2011

Turban Tutorial




I'm always looking for ways to avoid washing my hair, and lately turban headbands have been my cute cover-up of choice. A few people requested a tutorial, so here you go. It's easy as can be!

7 comments:

thatdamngreendress said...

Super cute and classic! Thanks for the tips- I can never get headbands or scarves to stay on, so this might be a solution (and what gal doesn't have a surplus of unworn pretty patterned scarves hanging around!)

Samantha said...

Wow. That is easy! Looks like I'll be trying that asap!

Samantha
http://museuminternmusings.blogspot.com

Sam said...

oh my gosh you're so cute!
looks great, i may work up the nerves to try it sometime.
thanks.

Lola said...

oh my, you're adorable. you should be on camera, somehow, some way!

Stella said...

thanks so much for the tutorial!! i was wondering because my turbans always end up looking so bunched up and big!

stella
stellasfashionfountain.blogspot.com
check me out =]

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