The turban headbands I sell in my shop are stitched in place to maintain that 'twist' and are made from stretchy fabric so all you need to do is pull them on like a regular headband and you're good to go. But did you know you can also achieve the turban look simply with a long scarf?
I have made a tutorial showing you how to make and tie a turban headscarf for this week's issue of Gathered mag by Mollie Makes. Check it out and see how simple it is to achieve the turban look!
Of course if you can't be bothered with all that twisting and tying then grab yourself a no-fuss ready-to-wear Chi Chi Dee Handmade turban headband ;o)
I literally never leave home without one of these, either on my head or in my pocket, just in case. I started making these for myself because my hair can sometimes take on a life of its own. I made them available in my shop and their continued popularity reassures me that I am not the only crazy-frizz-lady out there!
They come to the rescue against blustery winds and drizzle (fellow Londoners, you're hearing me right?!) as well as humidity if you're lucky enough to be living somewhere warm and beachy right now! Perfect for riding your bike or working out, or for those days when you just don't have time to wash and style your hair. They are also a fantastic transitioning trick for growing out short hair-dos.