Step By Step To Rock Your African-Style Turban

We see ready-made turbans that go for different price ranges in the Market today. However, you don’t need to spend a dime on a turban if you can make one.  When you place your volumizer by wrapping a piece of fabric on the head, you are on your way. The Yoruba people called the volumizer the ‘oshuka.’

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There are many fun ways you can rock your turban:

-Tie your turban plain with a brooch on the center or side to look chic
-When wearing your native, rock a nice velvet turban
-Wear your turban with denim/ jeans or office-wear or with a church outfit
-Rock it to weddings and special events
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