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How to tie Gele Tutorial

Benefits of how to tie Gele

How to tie Gele skill is really beneficial to entrepreneurs in the following ways;

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Fold your scarf in half lengthwise

Just about any scarf will wok for a gele. It needs to be long enough so that you can drape it over your head, then hold each end in each hand, with your arms outstretched.

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Drape the scarf over your forehead

Make sure that the folded edge is covering your hairline. The scarf should be centered, with equal amounts hanging off to either side.

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Pull back the tails and cross them at your nape

Take the left and right ends of the scarf, and pull them back behind your neck. Cross the left side over the right. Hold both ends taut so that the fabric is nice and snug across your forehead. Angle  [...]

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Drape the right side of the scarf across your forehead

Position the fabric so that the new side edge is just behind the previous edge. Don't worry if your fabric wrinkles-this is actually a good thing!

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Cross the tails over your left ear

Pull the right side of the scarf down towards your left ear, and hold it in place. Pull the left end of the scarf upwards so that it covers the right.

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Wrap the left side of the scarf across your forehead and towards the back

Again, position the fabric so that the new edge is just behind the previous one, thus creating more pleats.

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Tuck the end under the hem at your nape

If you tied your gele tight enough, you should be able to slip the end of your scarf right under the hem, and not worry about it slipping. If your scarf had a fringe, be sure to tuck all the tassels i  [...]

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Post by Sparklyn, 22-Jun-2021.
Adjust the pleats and create more pleats as needed

Adjust the folds and pleats across your forehead first. Next, use your fingers to sharpen the creases in the top layers of fabric to create more pleats. There is not specific rule as to how many pleat  [...]

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Tuck in any loose ends then pull the gele back a little

Check your gele in the mirror at various angles. If you spot any corners that are hanging out, tuck them unde the band of the gele. Finally, pull the gele back so that it rests right at your hairline.  [...]

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Place the scarf across the clients forehead

A gele (gay-lay) is a head wrap worn by women of western Nigeria as part of their traditional Buba attire. There are lots of ways to tie a gele, but the most common way involves pleating. While it is  [...]

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Get your fingers into position

Place both of your thumbs on the bottom edge of the fabric, right above your client's eyebrows. Place your forefingers under the fabric, right against her skin.

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Use your forefingers and thumb to pleat the fabric

Hook your forefingers while bringing them towards your thumbs. Meanwhile, pin the folded fabric down against the rest of the fabric, creating a pleat. Smooth the pleat down and create four more behind  [...]

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Extend the pleats down the right side of the fabric

Have your client reach up and hold the pleats against the left side of her head. Use your thumb and forefinger to create more pleat, making sure that they connect with the ones that you already made.  [...]

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Wrap the fabric towards the back and cross the ends

Take bring both end of the fabric towards the back of the client's head. Take the end that you jut finished pleating (the longer one), and cross it over the other (shorter) end.

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Pull the pleated end over the top of her head and refold the pleats

Take the long, pleated end of the fabric and drape it over the client's head. Work your way from the right ear down towards the left. Keep the pleats tight and the fabric above them loose. Have your c  [...]

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Tie both ends of the fabric behind the clients head

Manipulate the fabric in such as way that the edges facing the floor are tight, and the edge facing the ceiling are loose.

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Shape and pleat the fabric on the top of her head

By now, you will have lots of loose fabric on the top of your client's head. Using your fingers, pleat the fabric from top-to-bottom, center-outward. Think of it as creating a halo or crown. Leave a l  [...]

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Tuck or fold the fabric at the back

At this point, you will have lots of loose fabric at the back of your client's head. You can fold this fabric upward a few times into a nice, neat band, or you can tuck it into the knot.

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