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  • [MUSIC CHARITY VANCE, "TWO BIRDS"]

  • -Hey, guys.

  • It's Mindy, from Cute Girls Hairstyles,

  • and today I'm going to show you five way to style a bandana.

  • So to begin with, I'm going to show you

  • how to fold a bandana if you're going to put it in your hair.

  • So I have here a nicely freshly pressed bandana.

  • And I'm going to take it and fold it

  • from one corner to the other, but it's not

  • going to quite be even.

  • There's going to be just a little bit off.

  • You can see, it doesn't go quite directly corner to corner.

  • Now, it creates a triangle.

  • Now, I'm going to take those two points

  • and bring them up to the other edge, lay them flat.

  • Now, at this point you have two options.

  • You could fold it in thirds if you want a little bit thicker

  • headband, thicker bandana, like this.

  • Or you fold it in half, which is what I prefer,

  • because it just sits better on my head.

  • So I'm going to fold it in half and then in half again.

  • So you can see that it just gives us a little bit thinner

  • bandana, which I just like the way it sits better, but totally

  • up to you.

  • Once you have your bandana folded,

  • we're going to go ahead and show you the first hairstyle.

  • So my first style is going to show you

  • how to tie and bandana in your hair if you bangs.

  • So to begin with, I have separated off

  • sections of my bangs on either side of my face,

  • and I'm going to leave those forward.

  • Push the rest the of my hair back, kind of out of the way.

  • And we want this to be a really fun playful tousled look,

  • so don't worry if it's not perfect.

  • Now we're going to take the folded edges of the bandana

  • and we're going to have them pointing upward.

  • We're going to wrap it around that,

  • make sure you get all your hair, this--

  • and then take the bandana up over the tops of your ears,

  • and tie it in a knot.

  • So we're going to tie it once, and then tie it again.

  • And I flip my ends halfway through the second tie,

  • and that usually gives me these perfect little bunny

  • ears on top, which I love.

  • Now you want to make sure that this fits right

  • on top of your ears, then you're just going to take your hair,

  • fluff it forward and up, adding a little volume in the back.

  • And that is style number one.

  • So for style number two, we're going to leave the bandana in,

  • just like we did before, but we're just

  • going to take our hair and sweep it over to one side.

  • Make sure you get any little loose layers

  • like I have, kind of pull it over.

  • And we're going to take an elastic, just

  • a really hidden, small elastic, and secure your hair

  • at the nape of your neck in just a very, very soft pony tail.

  • And if you have little layers that pop out at the bottom

  • like I do, you can just use a bobby pin

  • to tuck them in and secure them.

  • No problem.

  • And that is style number two.

  • So for style number three, we're going

  • to take the elastic out and set it down for now.

  • And I'm going to go back to the back part of my hair

  • and just give it a little tiny twist.

  • Now I'm only twisting just because I

  • want those layers to stay in this time.

  • So I'm just going give them a little bit of a twist.

  • You can see, I just twisted it right there.

  • And now I'm around this side, I'm

  • going to divide it into three sections

  • and just do a really simple loose braid.

  • But the fact that I gave it a little twist in back's

  • just going help hold all those crazy layers in my hair

  • into the braid a little bit better

  • than if I were going to use a bobby pin.

  • Then I'm going to take that same elastic and secure the ends.

  • And then just go back and loosen.

  • Remember, we want it to be soft and very girly and feminine, so

  • nothing too tight and severe.

  • And we are done.

  • That's number three.

  • For style number four, I took everything out

  • that we've done before and I still have the bandana folding

  • up towards the sky around my neck.

  • This time, I'm going take my hair

  • and I'm going to part it a little bit deeper

  • and I'm going to flip some more of my hair over to one side,

  • and then kind of back.

  • Because I want it sitting back so

  • it makes a little bit of a bump right there.

  • Now I'm going to take the bandana

  • and I'm going to tie it right on the backside of that bump.

  • So it gives me a little tiny lift in the front right there.

  • And again, I'm just going to tie my bandana the same way

  • I did before so that I have the cute little rabbit ears.

  • But this time, the only difference

  • is I almost have a Rosie the Riveter like little

  • like curl right there in front, but it's not really a curl

  • because it's just a little bump, but it looks adorable.

  • And then, of course, volume and fluff the back any way

  • you like, until your placement is perfect and you are done,

  • number four.

  • Now style number five is the easiest one yet.

  • So we're going to leave it the way we had it with style number

  • four, but for those of you that don't love these little rabbit

  • ends like this, this is what you do.

  • You just simply take it, lift that back edge

  • and tuck it underneath right there.

  • Take this one, and you can do it in front

  • or back, lift that edge, tuck, tuck, tuck.

  • And then instead of like popping out bow ends,

  • you just have this cute little headband look.

  • And then, you're finished.

  • And that is style number five.

  • -Wait, Mom, wait.

  • -Oh.

  • -Wait.

  • There's another one you can do with this bandana.

  • -Oh, OK.

  • -It's a bow.

  • You just take the ends and tuck them into the knot.

  • Watch.

  • There's one.

  • And--

  • -So you're tucking the ends of the headband into the know?

  • -Mhm.

  • You just have to use your fingers and tuck them in.

  • There you go.

  • -Oh, and I have a bow, a cute little Minnie Mouse bow.

  • And I guess that's style number six.

  • So I would really love to see what

  • you guys do with the bandana.

  • Make sure and hashtag CHG Bandana Styles.

  • We'll be looking at your pictures all week

  • and then re-Instagramming some of our very favorites,

  • and show me how you've styled it too.

  • I think the bandana is so fun.

  • So for me today, you can see that I

  • picked just a cute little baseball tee with Minnie

  • and Mickey, my favorite Minnie style.

  • And I put on some red Converse sneakers, and then, of course,

  • the red lips.

  • And my girls tell me I look like I'm 13, so I don't know.

  • I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing,

  • but it is sure a fun style.

  • Let's put it that way.

  • So be sure to follow us on Instagram.

  • Make sure you and tag your photos of your great bandana

  • styles.

  • And we will see you guys next Sunday.

  • Bye, guys.

  • [MUSIC CHARITY VANCE, "TWO BIRDS"]

  • -It's walking, like, by me.

  • -Don't move.

  • We need another stick.

  • -Don't make it spray me, please.

  • -Calm down--

  • -Dad, it's right-- oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.

  • It's right-- its butt's towards me.

  • No, I don't want to smell like skunk.

[MUSIC CHARITY VANCE, "TWO BIRDS"]

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