Thursday, August 5, 2010

Silk

Asians are quite known for their hair. Long, dark, smooth, poker straight, and silky. Sadly, the only thing that I got from this list was the silky texture. And not even the silky smooth kind, more like the silky frizzy kind (if that makes any sense). This means that it's extreeeeemely hard for me to wear those stretchy headbands, and even bobby pins have trouble keeping a grip for more than a few hours. This means that I've been avoiding the silk scarf trend this spring/summer.. until now! Here's a meeeeeeega easy way to wear a silk scarf that is actually secure and slip-proof!



What you'll need:
1. Silk scarf (preferably in the square shape)
2. Wide, sturdy headband.



A step by step photo of what to do.

1. Fold silk scarf in half so that opposite corners meet.
2. Fold the tip of the scarf over the headband.
3. Keep folding. Make sure you fold tightly.



You can wear your new scarf headband the regular way you would wear a headband, or the way I did! I just wore it backwards, with the headband resting against the back of my head. Tie into a cute bow, and voila!

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