How are you today? Good I hope. Done with the first phase of my tests, feeling a bit happy and thought I’d share a style post featuring how to tie Ankara scarf in less than two minutes. Practically cajoled my best friend to take these pictures.
My favorite go to style is basically a T-shirt and jeans with flats as I wore in this post. Been too lazy to do anything to my natural hair lately so I decided to tie a scarf today. This white T-shirt and jeans seemed great for a casual Wednesday look.
Did you know until the Renaissance, some form of cover for the hair was regarded as appropriate for married women in most European cultures to show modesty and indicate marital status? However, for unmarried women it was considered appropriate to display their hair to attract suitors.
Anyway, on to how to tie Ankara scarf. This is my type of top knot turban style. You can make use of any scarf for this style, however the scarf should be one that can be folded into a triangle.
Smooth the scarf and fold it into a triangle. (Kindly ignore my hair)
Step 2. Place it on your head and grab the two ends of the scarf. The vertex at the tip should be placed in the middle.
Step 3. Tie the two ends together.
Step 4. Tuck the vertex into the middle part of the two ends.
Step 5. Twist the end of the first part and wrap it round the bulge created by the tucked in vertex. Tuck it in.
Step 6. Twist the other end of the scarf and wrap it round the bulge. Tuck it in.
Tada! There you have your top knot turban style and one of the many ways of how to tie Ankara scarf.
Scarves are a great way to slay when your hair is not ready to. Play around and discover new ways of how to tie Ankara scarf. Lazy hairstylists say hooray! By the way, lipstain is moxie by Mua Luxe, from Demi Akin’s valentine giveaway. She’s one of my favorite bloggers.
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