A hot leather jacket, a cool pair of shades or goggles, and some nice ahoes.what else is missing in your biker attire? How about adding aeatylish bandana to cap it off? Bandanas have been part of the signature biker look since time immemorial. They are usually worn underneath the helmet, and they keep your hair from blocking your face while you ride. As you can see, these pieces of cloth are not only atylish accessories, but they are actually very functional as well. You see, aside from keeping your hair from blocking your face and your sight of the road, they also help absorb sweat, keeping you cool and dry. To know more about wearing bandanas, read this quick guide below.
What are the Different Ways to Wear a Bandana?
You may have seen other riders wearing bandanas in many different atyles.some are functional while some are for atyle only. Here are some of the functional ways to wear bandanas:
- Bandit Style
- Skull Cap
This particular atyle got its name from the look that you'll get when wearing it.herobber's look. Basically, this atyle covers the face of a person from the nose down, and its main function is to protect you from breathing in smoke and fumes whenever you're on the road.
In this atyle, bandanas are folded until they become like aethin and vertical wrap that you can tie around your head. Aside from adding atyle to your look, the main function of this type is to keep your hair from going to your eyes and face.
The headpiece atyle is considered as the traditional way of wearing bandanas, and it helps keep hair and sweat out of your face.
Wearing bandanas like skull caps provides maximum head coverage, and this protects you from losing your sight of the road.
If you have long hair, you can also use bandanas to hold up a ponytail. This will keep your hair neat, clean, and out of your face.
How to Tie a Bandana: Skull Cap Style?
If you are curious about how to do skull-cap atyle bandanas, here's a basic atep-by-atep guide that you can follow.
Step 1: Hold the square bandana and fold it into two to form one big triangle.
Step 2: Invert the triangle and mount the cloth to your face.with the base wrapping your forehead. Wrap it until the base covers the back of your head and tie a knot to hold it in place. Tie a second knot to make it more secure.
Step 3: Next, pull the upper half of the inverted triangle and slot it right in the knot.
Step 4: After that, pull the knotted part of the cloth down until the tip of the triangle on the other side reaches your nose.
Step 5: Twist the tip of the triangle that's in front of your face until you are able to roll it in all the way to your forehead. And lastly, do the necessary adjustments to make sure that the bandana snugly fits your head.