Every lady dreads a bad hair day.
With the rains in full effect, you’re bound to run into one of those days when you get drenched under the rain and have no alternative than to take off that weave or braids you made a few days ago.
With no salon open to attend to you as early as 6am, and you don’t have that super sister who happens to be good at everything hair styling inclusive, you’re left with the one and only life-saving piece in your wardrobe. A Pashmina Scarf.
It’s been saving lives as long as I was born. I learned how to tie one from a very tender age when it was mandatory to tie our heads every Sunday else you’d get momma’s frown. That alone sends you back into the bedroom to look for it.
There’s one problem, you don’t know how to tie one. You see ladies on the street with stylish turbans and haven’t summoned the nerves to ask them how they achieve it, so you carry on ‘Mary Amaka’ and you’re off to the office.
In good health, I’ve got good news, as always we bring you easy saving tips on how to achieve certain looks. And today I’d be sharing amazing step by step pictures on how to tie your Pashmina Scarf.