How to wrap a head scarf (and look really cute)
So, some of you might know my friend Allison Davies – she’s been on the website before. She’s an absolute spunk and a massive natural, new age mum.
I have been admiring her head scarves in her Facebook videos and wondering how on earth she looks so cute in them. When I try to do a head scarf my kids say no…… don’t go out like that!
So I hit her up to do us a video and show us how to tie a head scarf so we look super cute and not like we are bandaging a head injury or something.
Here is Alli and her tips for tying a head scarf.
Where do you get your head scarves?
I love scarves and lament summer time when it’s too hot to wear them. The best I have found are at op shops. You can get some amazing patterns!
I particularly love Alli’s tip that head wraps are awesome for bad hair days. If you have to go out and your hair needs a wash or it’s a bit of a mess, just wrap it. Throw on some big sunnies and you look will look chic!
Okay the challenge is out there now. Wrap yourself a head scarf, take a pic and hashtag on social media so we can see how cute you look. #nnamheadscarf
Do you wear head scarves? Got any tips for us??
Allison Davies is a Tasmanian based Registered Music Therapist working with young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Through Oh My Musical Goodness, Alli aims to empower parents, teachers and specialists with the skills they can use to foster their children’s neurological, physical & emotional development.
She is currently touring her workshop Music, Sound & Silence throughout Queensland and looks forward to a national tour in 2017.