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Posted on Nov 04, 2022
Did you know that pirates used a bandana to keep sweat out of their eyes and to keep their long hair from getting caught in the rope?
However, some historians claim that pirates did not wear the scarf at all and that the bandana was worn around the neck.
Another theory is that the scarf for pirates became popular in the Caribbean to protect the head of pirates from the rays of the rising sun on the deck.
Bandanas, whose origin dates back centuries, are one of the most versatile accessories to keep on your wardrobe. They can hide a messy hairstyle and protect freshly washed hair from the elements.
Patterned bandanas are flattering when tied in a pirate style, as they allow the print to shine and complement your outfit. Slip on a pirate bandana for a day Captain Jack Sparrow style and be the star at your next costume party.
Making a pirate bandana is a great way to enhance a pirate costume for a costume party. It's also a great way to cover your scalp if you're having a "bad hair day" or to keep sweat out of your face and eyes when working outside.
Bandanas are relatively inexpensive and come in a wide range of colors and prints. To make your own bandana, use a lightweight fabric, especially 100% cotton if you are using it as a sweatband:
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