A durag is an accessory that is worn on the head to keep the hair clean and looking new yet fashion trends turned it into fashionable item as it is currently utilized as an accessory to trips or relaxed strolls.
Presently on the off chance that you so want to possess a durag and need to figure out how to tie one then, at that point, stay stuck to this article.
Presently to the side being a marvel, there are additionally many astounding advantages of wearing a durag which we would be discussing in this articles.
Instructions to tie a durag:
1: Place the durag on your head. You can pick a shading and style of durag that work for you. Many individuals incline toward doo cloth that are a stretchy material that can be seen through when extended. This makes them more breathable when they're tied firmly around your head. Line the middle crease up with the focal point of your head for symmetry. Place the durag so the front edge sits between your eyebrows and your hairline. Ensure your hairline is covered.
2: Wrap the ties behind the head. Take one tie in each hand. Pull the two ties back behind the head so they cross in an "X" behind the head. The ties will need to move up so they appear to be more similar to ropes than groups of texture.
Pull the ties back on their particular sides of the head. So the tie on the right hand side gets pulled back along the right half of the head. If you don't need the connections to move up like ropes, you can squeeze them level against your head as you pull them and wrap them.
3: Cross the ties before the head. Whenever you've crossed the ties toward the rear of your head, pull them back in front. Ensure they cross in the focal point of your forehead. Then, at that point, pull them right to the rear of your head. Assuming you need them to lie level, you can streamline them now moreover. Try not to pull the ties too firmly or you can get headaches.
4: Tie a bunch. Tie the ties into a bunch at the rear of your head. It ought to sit at the foundation of your skull. Start like you were tying your shoes. Be that as it may, rather than making circles, just make a twofold bunch. Be mindful so as not to tie it so firmly that you can't fix it later.
5: Pull down on the fold. The fold will currently be hanging down your neck under the ties. Pull it down like you were attempting to get it to contact your back. This will fix the durag and give some pleasant pressure on your hair. Try not to pull excessively hard or it will feel awkward.
6: Fold up fold whenever wanted. When the fold is pulled tight, you might need to fold or tie it up. This keeps the fold from hanging down on your neck, which can get hot, or look messy. You can move the fold up from the base and fold it over the ties with the goal that they hold it in place. If the fold is sufficiently long, you can tie it in a tangle and afterward fold it up into the ties. This will make a little, knock where the bunch gets tucked.
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