Turbans Galore


Hello all my Darling Divas!

Ok so this has been a highly requested video that I decided to finally sit my butt down and do. It’s a how I wrap my turban video yay!! This is going to be yet another Jam Packed tutorial, so ladies and gents brace yourself, lots of reading ahead. But the purpose of all this info is to ensure that any questions you have get answered and to further explain the looks I’m going to show you since the video below is in high-speed. Reason for that is because I personally would hate looking at a 15 min video, so I shortened it to 3 mins! Now you can wrap your hair in peace and you don’t have to hear me ramble on in a voice over. If the video is going too fast for you, feel free to slow it down or pause it so that you can do it on yourself. There is no limit on how many times you can play this video, so the more clicks the better! So go on a head and press play, and meet me below the video for all the info.



Ok so since the video is super-duper short, I know it didn’t take long at all so let me just answer some questions that I know you’re thinking....
1. Why is the movie going to fast lady? You didn’t even break it down and explain!
Ok so the reason that its super-duper fast is because when I did to all the explanation’s the video was 20mins!!! Who wants to sit and watch a video that long! And besides, a lot of looks are repeating steps, so I know that speeding it up will focus more on showing you what I do instead of taking 5years to explain it step by step. It’s better to watch, then to hear.

 2. Where did you get your scarves from?
The scarves I’m using in the video are just my fashion scarves that I usually wear around my neck, with the exception of the African printed scarf. That is just a random long piece of fabric that my mom gave me. So what does that mean? That as long as it is long enough to fit over your hair and tie up, then use it! I've cut up pieces of old clothes that I didn’t want, found old scraps from Halloween costumes, and I’ve even used a shirt! So if it works, then use it. No need to go out and buy something, get creative! If you like the print, make it a turban.

 3. Do you really wear these looks out the house?
Yup I sure do. I’m a generally lazy person, so when I forget to tie my hair up at night, or just don’t feel like styling my hair, a turban always helps to save the day. It turns my bad hair/lazy days into a true fashion-forward day. As you can see in the video, my hair was all poofy and had no curl. I did that on purpose to show you that you don’t need any curl in your hair. Even a wild and crazy poof looks good. These turbans are also a good idea for rainy or windy days. It keeps your hair protected and allows you to go on about you day with one less thing to worry about.



Ok so that’s enough of the question round; let’s get on to the fun stuff...Pics!! A lot of these pics are pics from my instagram(@BrieBlondie)  and facebook, so if you follow me on those sites, and the pics look a bit familiar, that’s where you see them before! 






Now feel free to create your own looks and styles with your turbans. These are just all the ways that I wear my turban. If you think of anymore turban ideas and/ or have tried any of the looks I wanna see them! Post em on the Facebook fan page or put them up on instagram and tag my instagram name (@BrieBlondie) in the comment. That way I see your fabulous look and can feature it on my site. I hope you ladies enjoyed this post! If you have any questions, post a comment below, or post a comment on the Facebook Fan Page and of course I will do my best to help you out. Until next time, XOXOXOX



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