It will interest you to know that a bandana is a small piece of cloth that has a square form with some interesting pattern on it.
This article will reveal to you six short lessons on how to tie your bandana in different styles. Check them out below:
Who isn't interested in this casual/cool necklace replacement? Fold bandana halfway at the dots to make a triangle to get this look.
Roll (or fold) down to the point the long end of the bandana. Wrap your neck and double knot in a rolled-up bandana – let the ends loose as shown in the photograph.
For an entirely different look, you can tightly tie the knot to your neck or super loose.
2. Pontiff Primary and Proper
When you want to look as if you've tried, fold your bandana to form a triangle in half at points. Then fold the bandana down to the point, beginning at the long end (a 2 inch fold is a good width for this one).
When the hair is up in a pigeonhole, wrap the bandana twice around the base of the pigeonhole and then tie the ends to the node.
3. The tucked and knotted headband
This knotted headband is super casual – a favourite of mine at the same time.
Fold bandana to form a triangle in half at points. Then fold the bandana down to the point, beginning at the long end (1-2 inch fold).
After your hair is lifted up in a ponytail or a bun, wrap your bandana in a safe knot. Then tuck the loose ends below each side of the belt.
4. Bib with a Mini Neck
Begin by folding the same way you did in the other courses. To make a triangle, fold the bandana in half at the points.
Fold the bandana down toward the tip (1-2 inch folds) starting at the long end and leaving the bottom point of the triangle out (unfolded) as seen in the photo. Wrap the triangle around your neck in the front and double knot the loose ends in the rear.
5. The Neckerchief Take 2
A highly stylised version of the traditional neckerchief.
Fold the bandana in half at the points to create a triangle for this design. Then, fold the bandana's long end down toward the point (2-3 inch folds are a good width for this one).
Wrap the folded bandana around your neck twice, then double knot the ends.
6. The Oh-So Bow Headband
To make a triangle, fold the bandana in half at the points. Fold the bandana down toward the point, starting at the long end (a 1-2 inch fold is a good width).
When you're almost done, tuck the point underneath the folds (as seen in the photo) and fold over one more time. Wrap the two ends around your head and tie in a double knot, leaving the ends loose to form a bow shape.
This looks great with every hairstyle - up or down, long or short hair, etc.
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