How to Wrap a Shemagh?

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A shemagh is a large scarf worn in desert areas to protect from the sun and dust. To wrap it around the head properly, take two opposite corners to make a triangle. Then take the center of the fold and put over the top of your head. Shift it so it is slightly off center, with one end being much shorter than the other. Wrap the short end around your neck, under your chin and over the longer part. Take the longer end and put it across the face, covering the nose. Then wrap it around the back of the head, tying it to the short end to keep it in place.
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