How to Wrap Face with Dupatta

How to Wrap Face with Dupatta

Dupatta is always every woman’s favourite accessory. It can be very versatile to use in many different ways it doesn’t shrink when you gain weight, or rather it is a one-size-fits-all kind of group. They stick around no matter how you look or what you do. They keep you warm on the cold, protect you from pollution, Sun and Dust also make your appearance look elegant when tied around your neck or with your outfit.

But the part where all of us woman get confused sometimes is when it comes to tying your dupatta. Simply looping them around your neck every day would seem boring, So we bring you 4 different way for you to wrap it on your face to protect your skin from sun, dust and pollution.

Tying a dupatta around your face covering the nose and mouth would also keep dust and dirt away from you when travelling through polluted cities. However, it should be kept in mind that you don’t tie the dupatta tightly around your face so that your breathing won’t be restricted. Let’s see how to tie a dupatta or scarf on the face.

Style No. One:

step 1: Take a dupatta, and place over your head. While positioning the dupatta on your head, make sure that the two ends of the dupatta aren’t of equal length. The right end should be way longer than the left end.
step 2: Take the other end of your dupatta while covering your mouth and noise tie it back of your face, two ties will secure the dupatta on your face.

Style No. Two:

step 1: Take a dupatta or scarf, Fold it in half by covering your mouth and noise tie it back of your face securing it tightly, at the end of dupatta or scarf will be a loss.
step 2: Now take the end of your dupatta or scarf and split into half by covering your head, and you are done. This one is easy to done and follow the step. Zero hazards and zero mess quickly finish.

Style No. Three:

step 1: Take a dupatta, and place over your head. Make a tie back of your face. make sure that the two ends of the dupatta aren’t of equal length. The right end should be way longer than the left end. Make a knot back of your head.
step 2: Take one of the sides of your dupatta and wrap it on your head by covering your face.
step 3: Take the same side of dupatta and wrap from your chin to the side of your face, leaving the end of the dupatta.
step 4: You can style it with any jewellery pin or brooch, and it will stay there for the whole day.

Style No. Four:

step 1: Take a dupatta, and place over your head. Make a tie back of your face. make sure that the two ends of the dupatta aren’t of equal length. The right end should be way longer than the left end.
step 2: Take the side of your dupatta and wrap in on your head one time then tuck-in to your chin.
step 3: Take the other half of your dupatta and wrap it on your nose and mouth make a knot back of your head.

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