How to use a neck gaiter / bandanna as a face covering, beanie, or head band.

This video is to show you how I use put on a bandanna and a neck gaiter: as a face mask, beanie, and head band. If you are tired of wearing ear loop face masks, I have used bandannas ( ) and gaiter face masks ( ) as a face covering when I got hiking in the desert, biking, or if a store requires a face mask for shopping. I find it easier on my ears than ear loop masks. It also is made of either cotton fabric, or microfiber quick drying polyester and spandex. It is very breathable and very comfortable. It is also more fashionable than a traditional face covering as there are many patterns and designs online. My Youtube vlogs may have associated affiliate links to products that I may earn from qualifying purchases.

I typically use neck gaiter or bandanna on long hikes and wet them to cool my body temperature down. It also protects my skin on my face and neck from the sun and dust when outdoors. It can also be used as a headband during a workout or as a beanie to cover you head or hair if you dont have a hat. Bandannas are also handy as a quick wash cloth during a hike. This video is to show you how I use put on a bandanna and a neck gaiter: as a face mask, beanie, and head band.

Neck Gaiter: Probably the most easy to use ( )
To cover you face: Simply wear the tube of fabric it on your neck and pull up to cover your half your face. To use it as a head band, just pull up the tube of fabric above your eye brows. To make a beanie, pull up the bottom tube above your brow and pull the top of the tube to up and to the back of your head.

Bandanna: Versatile ( )
To make a face covering, fold the square into a triangle and tie it behind your head. put two knots to secure the bandanna. Adjust so its above your nose and below your eyes. This will protect half you face and your neck from sun and dust.
To make a beanie or head covering, fold the square in half. Place above your your eye brow and secure it to the back of your head using two knots. Peel back the first layer of the bandanna and slip it behind and under the knot made. For the front layer of cloth, start rolling it up your face to build tension and slip the ends into the sides of the beanie. Simple.
To make a head band simply fold in half, fold in 1-2 inches of fabric, over its self to make a head band then tie it behind your head above your eye brows.

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