Very pretty silk head scarf / hair tie of pink silk.
The fabric is a deep pink, and has been hand-dyed in the bandhani style by Banjara Gypsies in northern India (see description below). Pink silk infinity hair wrap.
Bandhani is a tie dyeing style traditionally practiced by rural village people in Gujarat, northwestern India. The word comes from bandha/bandhana, the Sanskrit word for tying and from this the Gujarati term bandhavun, to tie, is derived. Teeny tiny little knots are tied in the fabric. The fabric is then dipped into vats of dye and allowed to dry. Then the knots are removed, revealing intricate patterns on the finished textile.
The infinity hair wrap is a tube-shaped scarf that stays looking GOOD on your head, no matter how much you run around.
The scarf is 36 inches long and about 3 inches wide when laid flat.
Why the infinity hair wrap is so awesome:
*There are no edges and no back-side to ruin the look.
*It's versatile! Fold it to get a thinner, flatter headband look, or fluff it up to get a more turban-y look.
*It doubles as an accent scarf!
This is a vintage fabric and may have signs of wear such as small, light stains or tiny holes. I do my very best to insure that each piece is as close to perfect as possible, but please remember that these have been worn and loved by one or more women. If there is something that is unacceptable to you, that I missed, I will gladly take the piece back.
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