Bandanna Day


Quote of  the Day:You can’t fall if you don’t climb.  But there’s no joy in living your whole life on the ground. –Unknown

Today is the last day for the hair fair and if you haven't been there yet , hurry up! I have been peeking around other blogs and realize that its bandanna day. a tradition on the last day of the hair fair. I really love the simplicity of this lelutka scarf, compared to the rest  its the one that is closest to how we wear scarfs.

The way this is scarf is wrapped is actually how the cornfield slaves use to wrap their head to protect them self from the burning sun  and keep the sweat from their face. the wrapping of the scarf became more complex and bigger with the position you had in the  owner home. it became  a tradition that every year with the harvest fair, you can see people dancing   in colorful national outfits  and so many different ways to wrap their heads.
Here you will see a very know female from my country, that speaks about the head wrapping tradition. I do know the speaking might not be understand if you don't  understand Papiamentu but it still is a nice look



Harvest Parade 2013
you can see the different styles of head wraps combined with the outfits.


****Style card******

Makeup Tattoos:
- Madrid Solo Fantasy Makeup 
-.:EMO-tions:. HAIRBASE 9 short darkbrown
- [mock]Crema LipColor [Lip 2] Sanguine

Eyes: 
- IKON Ascension Eyes - Hazel

Mani/Pedi:
- Izzie's - Slink French Nails Applier Hud (hands)

Hair:
- [LeLutka]-ALINA scarf


Disclaimer: I  will not be adding all of the links used combined with the featuring items, but feel free to search the names for the rest of the clothing  if desired or send me a message asking about it.



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