The Israeli tichel or mitpachot is a popular headscarf worn by many people including for those who cover for both religious reasons and hairloss. There is every color and style one can imagine from the printed turquoise tichel with silver lurex to the taupe flowery tichel with silver lurex . There are many different ways to tie tichels by either tying into a bun, crown, braid and many more.
3 ways to Tie a Tichel
While it may create quite a swirl that the Israeli fashion is also making its way into the world of glitz and glamor, those who see why there is an attraction to using a Israeli Tichels or a head scarf in their fashion can’t be blamed. There’s just simply a different kind of flavor to it!
Take for example the use of Israeli scarves that has become very popular among celebrities, men and women alike. Rappers wear them on stage, dancers use them as accessories and even women celebrities don them, putting an end to their use as strictly prayer coverings. Along with this trend came the boom of head coverings used as fashion accessory and one very hip and cool to use is the he tie headscarf as well as the lurex scarves, too.
Indeed the use of scarves and shawls have gone a long way from mere protection from cold, wind, as face or head covers to essential fashion add-ons. You, naturally, would not want to be outdated and would like to grab a couple of these items right now. Luckily, you may easily avail of these accessories online for easier and more convenient way of acquiring them right at the comforts of your homes.
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