Beauty Confessions :: My Classic Bandana

Almost daily I receive page views of people in search of "how tos" for bandana "dos".  Here is a walk through of my favorite way to wear my bandana with a 1940's flare.


1.  Start by pulling your hair black and sectioning off any bangs you'd like out of the bandana.



2.  Fold your bandana corner to corner creating a triangle

3.  Fold center point over so that it touches the straight edge 

4.  Place shorter side of fold to nap of neck and bring ends around to the front of your head.  Ears should be slightly covered

5.  Tie ends in a double knot


6.  If you'd like you can now shift your knot so that it is off center

Easy enough and the best part is that your bandana will not slide with this method.  Hope it helps and if you like to see my how to for Suicide Roll Bangs visit Kelsi over at Brighter Sides for a guest post tutorial from yours truly!

Love & Lollies...


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7 comments:

  1. SO IN LOVE WITH THIS COLOR ON YOU. I feel like I say that with all colors.. but this one suits you a lot! :)

    love the bandana look on you.

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  2. You're so cute! I love that lat photo! :)

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  3. You could be Rosie the Riveter for Halloween! Awesome post! How do you tie your hair up though?

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    1. Before putting on the bandana I style my hair in some what of a french twist. Seems to work great no matter what your hair length, and even if you are not the greatest with french twists (like me) it's okay because the bandana covers it! haha

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  4. I love a good bandana, especially on a bad hair day! You are adorable!

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  5. Noooo Jessa you are so cute! It looks great on you :)



    x
    Angie
    sundaybelle.com

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  6. You are soo flippin adorable - love it!

    xo Emilie @ Hungry Delights

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