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  1. this is soo super duper awesome.. I can’t wait for more video’s.. such good quality! and what a great idea.. I love how you came up with it:)

  2. UM, AMAZING!!! Love it so much! I am totally planning on using this tutorial all summer long! Check out my blog post from yesterday because there’s a turband I’d LOVE to see you try to do….lol. Fabulous work, Geri, really impressed!

  3. Great tip! Now I have to start searching the secondhand stores after more scarfs. The ones I have aren’t big enough to wrap twice. And looking forward to LEAF!

  4. love it! Think its shot perfect and simple enough to be able to always do it.. i am an avid turban wearer, and you made me notice my morrocan mistake, so thank you dear! best of luck with LEAF =)

  5. GUHHH amazing of course. and you are SO cute in the video hahahaha but i never understood how turbans stay on..i tried and mine always flies off but i guess that may be due to my tiny head -.-

  6. thanks for the DIY, i’ve been into scarves and turbans lately..

    and the video, it’s beautifully shot, well-executed! – i’ll definitely keep my eye on LEAF.

  7. thanks for the DIY, i’ve been into scarves and turbans lately..

    and the video, it’s beautifully shot, well-executed! – i’ll definitely keep my eye on LEAF.

  8. thanks for the DIY, i’ve been into scarves and turbans lately..

    and the video, it’s beautifully shot, well-executed! – i’ll definitely keep my eye on LEAF.

  9. i love this video (and ratatat!!).
    leaf sounds amazing and i can’t wait to see the final result. those kinds of projects are so much fun and extremely rewarding.

  10. music really suited this video. camera work was great too!learned something new today!

    check JERRLIFE.blogspot.com everyone!

  11. Wow. LOVED EVERYTHING about this! The editting…fantastic v inspirational!

    I don’t think I’ve got the head for this (lol yes I have issues) but I love the Moroccan princess one!

    Have a great one! x NTA @ blogspot

  12. THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING!!!

    I can’t even tell you how long I have been looking for something like this. Your video is beautiful, as are your scarf tying capabilities. Looking forward to your new blog!

  13. loooove the tutorial, never used to be that into silk scarves, but now i definately found a use for the one i own :) thanks so much, it looks amazinnnng

  14. This is so great. I shaved my head in October, so right now I’m going through this absolutely horrendous hipster mullet phase. This will certainly help as I try to grow out my hair.

    Thanks!

  15. thanks for the turban diy! i must have a funny shaped head as things just slip off of my head. i would love to find out how the bigger turbans are done: look like several scarves and cover all head-hair. let me know if you find out. and vice versa? thanks again

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