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Pin Tutorial!!

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It’s all about the pins!

This one has been a long time coming!  Finally, a tutorial all about putting pins into your tichel!

Andddd what am I wearing on my head in the beginning/during the video?  Sometimes it’s best to just stick to what you love, and today I decided to wear comforting tichels and an accessory that I just know is totally “me”.  My favourite green pashmina, a gorgeous green sari sash, and the vintage beauty headband.  Such a happy day to be wearing this!

Lots of love, and happy pinning!  Enjoy the tutorial!!

You’ve seen this scarf before… but I’m obsessed!!

Hi ladies!!  Check out this new way to wrap your sari scarf!  It’s a normal tie, just with the lines on an angle… and then the pin is placed at the top of the head instead of the side like I’m used to!  Yay happy experiments!  What do you think?

And do y’all think it’s about time I got myself another sari scarf?  😛

Hope you’re all having a beautiful day!
Love, Andrea

Wrapunzel in the Kitchen!

My husband snapped this photo as I did dishes at the end of a busy, magical day.  I was very happy with this outfit choice!  (Earlier in the day I was wearing a shorter light blue skirt, but switched to the grey later for cello playing!)
andrea grinberg wrapunzel

The tichel I wore was a happy experiment!  I am really enjoying using pins to create interesting drapes and poufs with the ends of scarves.  This one was no exception!
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Hope you are all doing well!  Are there any new looks or ties that you’ve been experimenting with?

Reaching Infinity

Yes, you read the title correctly!  I finally got myself an infinity scarf, because so many of you have been asking me how to wrap one!  This is the first wrap that I came up with:

andrea grinberg wrapunzel infinity scarf

Keep in mind that infinity scarves vary by size, width, and material.  This particular one had two sides to it ( white lace and blue) and was not stretchy.

This beautiful, sparkly, antique brooch held the wrap together perfectly.  It is quite easy to do, and doesn’t require a volumizer or any particular hair length!  Who wants a tutorial?

Medieval Princess

A high bun and long, flowing scarves are the keys to achieving a medieval princess wrap.  This is the perfect wrap for those too-large scarves that sometimes feel a bit cumbersome to work with!

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Notice how adding a black shirt changes the look completely!  (It was chilly with the AC inside.)

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From the back:

wrapunzel andrea grinberg tichel

And from the other side:

wrapunzel andrea grinberg tichel

Casual Scarf Made Formal

This scarf is one of the first tichels that I purchased.  I love its versatility, but had never worn it in a formal setting.  I decided to try it out!  Who knew that with a little extra height and a sparkly pin, this scarf could be just as fancy as the rest of ’em!  The elastic in the scarf kept everything put for the whole night, and the pin held everything together with a little extra security.  I will definitely be trying this one again!

Tsk tsk… Messy messy!

This is definitely the ticheled version of a “messy bun”.  The scarf is already elasticized to begin with, and then I twisted it over my bun and strategically pinned the ends.  Much more casual then my usual style, but I got more compliments than usual so I guess others enjoyed it!