The recent popularity of head scarves is good news for chemotherapy patients. Scarves are now available in a multitude of stores at prices to fit every budget. With a few tips and techniques, your new scarves can be both functional and stylish.
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Things you need
- Scarves in a variety of colours and shapes
Take a square scarf and fold it in half to make a triangle. Fold it in half again to make a smaller triangle if desired. Take the scarf and place it on your head with the long part across your forehead and the pointed part on the back of your head. Take the ends and pull behind your ears to tie behind your head.
Fold your scarf in half and wrap it around your head like a hood. Think of Little Red Riding Hood or a celebrity ducking the paparazzi. The ends will be in the front. You can either tie the scarf in the front or if it is long enough you can pull one end over the other and let it hang down your back.
Take a large square scarf, drape over your head, and pull the ends to one side, near your ear. Knot the ends, then twist one tail into a rope and swirl around the knot. Next, tie the end of the rosette you just formed with the other, hanging end. The rosette end may also be tucked into itself or pinned. Leave the other end hanging, if you like, or tuck it under the rosette.
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