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Turban: everything you need to know to love the accessory even more

Every day the fashion world expands, incorporating items from the most diverse cultures and creating incredible looks on top of that. This was the case with turbans, which not only carry a history of struggle but also an unparalleled beauty.

The accessory consists of a fabric that can be meters and meters, as African and Eastern people used to use, or just a few centimeters as is more common today. This cloth is then tied over the head in dozens of different ways.

Turban: how to make (step by step)

If your big question is how to make the turban correctly, stay with these 10 tutorials with different fabrics, models and techniques on how to make turbans.

Easy mooring mode, by Preta Pariu

Sá Ollebar, from the Preta Pariu channel, teaches how to play in prints without fear and be bold with two different and super stylish turban models.

Turban with box braids, by Magá Moura

Ah but I have braids, what do I do? Calm down, Magá Moura shows you how to use braids to your advantage and leave the turban full of volume and beauty. First, she makes a tie in which the braids are visible and then she shows how to assemble the turban over the hair. It looks too beautiful!

How to add volume to the turban, by Preta Araujo

If your hair is straight or doesn’t have much volume and you want a big and powerful turban, Preta Araujo shows you her tricks to achieve this. She uses two turbans, one underneath the other, to create a natural look and increase the height of the look.

Three sash style turbans, by Bianca Lemos

In a short video, Bianca Lemos does a step by step on how to make turbans. Her techniques are simple and ideal for more shy girls, as the result is very discreet in the three ways presented.

Turban for short hair, by Rosajorosa

Rosajorosa throws limitations away by teaching how to make the turban to be worn with short hair. In a practical way, the youtuber uses a scarf to demonstrate the lashing in a casual and practical way.

How to combine the lashings with the look, by Rayza Nicácio

Rayza Nicácio starts her video with the tutorial for a very daring turban that covers all the hair and ends with a kind of bun with the fabric. She then shows you how to make a more open tie, which shows off your hair tied back. And finally, the youtuber teaches the last tie, with the hair all loose on top. The three looks are stunning.

Flower Turban, by Eva Lima

Ever heard of the flower turban? Eva Lima teaches two ways to make this model. It works as a headband, holding the front part of the hair and is finished with a braid on the top of the head that is then twisted to turn into a flower.

Two Mooring Modes, by Yuli Balzak

Whether it’s for days when your hair isn’t the best or just to add a touch of style to your look, Yuli Balzak teaches you how to tie your hair and then make two beautiful turban ties.

Full hair turban, by Michele Passa

Michele Passa offers the best tips for gaining volume by wearing two turbans at the same time. She uses almost the same technique with both when tying from the back up, however, the difference is when it comes to covering the second fabric. For this, the youtuber rolls the excess fabric from the last turban and then places it over the space at the top, hiding the fabric below.

Three different ways to wear a turban, by Luany Cristina

Once again, three ways of arranging the turban are displayed. The first is made with a kind of braid made in the band, which gives an extra touch on the side of the hair. The second uses the afro puff and the front knot tying technique to complete the look. And finally, Luany Cristina makes a whole hair turban, with the end curled in front.

It is now possible to be inspired by these tutorials to go out testing lashings around or else test your creativity and mix different techniques and tips to see what works for you, what do you think?

Meaning and history of the turban

Its initial use was mainly in the regions of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, but its exact origin is not known. For a long time it was part of the traditional clothing of many peoples and fabrics and prints were used as a way of identifying specific groups.

In Brazil, they were brought by African slaves, who kept them as a symbol of their culture. Nowadays, despite being used as an adornment or beauty item, the turban carries important symbolisms of black culture, representing values ​​such as resistance and empowerment.

In this way, much of the black community uses it in order to display their pride in being part of such a resilient group. However, over the years the traditions of different peoples have been mixed and the use of the turban has also been adopted, and can currently be seen by different individuals, even if outside the context of cultural affirmation.

types of turban

There are so many ways to braid and tie the turban that it even makes a knot on the head. But don’t worry, here are some of the main types.

curled tip

Its main feature, as its name suggests, is the finishing with the end rolled up and tied in a visible way. The “knot” looks really cool when on top of the head, but it can also be positioned on the sides or back. It is made with the cloth holding all or most of the hair to then create a fuller end that stands out, curling in on itself. The result is very casual, ideal for more informal occasions.

retro

Perhaps the most different is the retro turban. It refers more to the glamorous films of the 20s and its classic costumes, marked by elegance. It can be purchased ready-made, resembling a closed cap or with an opening, or it is also possible to use a fabric and tie it over the head in a very polished way, without large volumes or apparent ends. Coco Chanel is a figure known for wearing this model.

Range

Often seen around, the sash turban is perhaps the most common of all. Basically it’s done by starting at the back of the head, then bringing the two halves of the fabric forward, intertwining one half with the other and then tossing it back again. This process is done until the length is finished and then the two ends are placed in one of the curves of the fabric, securing it well. It serves for relaxed moments like going out to the beach, for example, it maintains style without losing practicality.

whole hair

Very relaxed, but still elegant, this model consists of holding the entire hair, leaving only the turban on display. Although this type is in a single category, the variations are endless, being able to adapt different fabrics, prints and even ties, as long as all the hair is “hidden”. It also works well for situations that require more practicality, as the hair does not interfere with the action. However, nothing prevents its use on formal occasions, as the turban can bring a whole charm.

bulky

The rule is simple: volume up, volume to the sides, volume to everything that is place. The voluminous turban is more flashy than the other models, but it is still beautiful. He can also use the most varied lashings, as long as his proportion is preserved. Therefore nodes and ties can contribute to this. This turban is the closest to traditional models, descendants of African culture, such as the Ojás. Because it is more exaggerated, it combines with more neutral or plain clothes, which do not steal the attention of the beautiful turban.

Each one with its unique characteristics, this variety of turbans only proves the versatility of the piece, which can be adapted to different tastes.

how to wear turban

Now you’ve become a fan of turbans but still don’t know how to wear them or are you afraid to wear them? See beautiful inspirations below.

1. Turbans are incredibly inspiring

2. In addition to their meanings, they still possess an endless beauty

3. The mix of moorings

4. Prints

5. And even different fabrics and styles

6. Generate unquestionably beautiful combinations

7. They can be incorporated in all kinds of situations

8. From formal events

9. Even a simple day at the pool

10. It is possible to make a total color mix

11. But matching the colors of the pieces also works

12. But the fact is: the turban totally changes the look

13. It makes any look more interesting

14. Making clothes even more fun

15. Or complementing a more basic outfit

16. No one doubts your elegance

17. But it’s also nice to include the turban in everyday life

18. The cool thing about the item is that it matches everything

19. And it helps to express every woman’s creativity

20. From the most daring

21. To the most neutral

22. There’s no shortage of style

23. It’s nice to remember that the turban works with all kinds of hairstyles

24. As long as you’re not afraid to dare

25. So don’t forget to get that favorite fabric of yours out of the closet

26. And test the most diverse moorings

27. To rock the streets

28. With your favorite turbans

29. Because when it comes to expressing yourself through fashion

30. There are no restrictions on your creativity

So don’t think twice before jumping into the world of turbans. Test your favorite fabrics, the combinations that you like the most and most importantly: let it make you feel good.

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