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« on: February 02, 2013 12:40:48 PM »

So, I have a trunk full of bandanas, and I wear them every freakin' day. I usually fold them in a certain way to create the "rosie wrap" rockabilly hairstyle. But, for a easier way of wearing them, I decided to transform my bandanas in a way that there is no need to fold them. Also, this transformation takes away some of the bulk of the bandana, making them more secure when worn. Therefore, here is a tutorial on how to make this convenient alteration! Enjoy! :

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