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Turbans give an air of authority and royalty to Sikhs, belly dancers and even cancer patients who have lost their hair to chemotherapy. The fabric used for turbans varies from elaborate batiks to simple jersey knits. Almost any piece of fabric that i

How to Wrap a Turban

Turbans give an air of authority and royalty to Sikhs, belly dancers and even cancer patients who have lost their hair to chemotherapy. The fabric used for turbans varies from elaborate batiks to simple jersey knits. Almost any piece of fabric that is three yards long and 44 inches wide can be used to create a turban. Wrapping and tying the turban may seem challenging at first, but with practice it becomes faster and easier.

Skill level:Moderate

Things you need

Hair band3-yard-by-44-inch fabricHair clips (optional)

Instructions

1 Pull your hair into a bun at the middle back of your head. Secure the bun with a hair band and hair clips, if needed.

2 Fold the turban fabric in half horizontally so that it is 22 inches wide.

3 Lay the centre of the fabric across your forehead so that it touches the top of your nose.

4 Twist the ends of the fabric and tie them in a single knot at the nape of your neck, below the bun.

5 Pull the fabric horizontally across your head, so that the crown and back of your head are covered. Tuck the excess underneath the knot to secure the fabric around your head.

6 Bring the twisted ends around to the front of your head. Tie them in a square knot at your hairline, on top of the turban fabric.

7 Twist the remainder of the ends tightly and bring them around to the back of your head again. Tuck them under the first knot, then hide any excess under the sides of the turban.

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