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do rag, doo-rag, do-rag may be worn by bikers
riders to keep their hair from blowing in the air or to the face
& eyes, it`s used ny the bikers and passengers, to keeps bugs
out of their hair, & to absorb their sweat. Generally, riders
who use a bandana, do-rag do not wear a helmet. Nevertheless, the
majority of motorcyclists prefer the original bandanna. They are
also worn by cyclists who wear helmets to keep the helmet from
making their head sore. Bandana,
do rag, doo-rag worn by Outdoor workers like farmers and cowboys and
youngs girls or boys who wear them around the necks to wipe their
sweat off their face & keeps dust out of their collars.
African American men use bandana do-rags to maintain the waves patterns in
their hair. After intense brushing, an oil sheen or grease is
usually applied to their hair which is then wrapped in a bandana,
do-rag overnight to prevent the waves from losing their pattern.
Women who wear the Bandana, do rag, doo-rag, style mitpachot often cut their
hair short. Some women who wears the Bandana,
do rag, doo-rag prefer to keep their hair long and tie the mitpachat
in a knot at the back of their head, to cove their hair with it.
This is less like the conventional Bandana,
do rag, doo-rag. Mitpachot are color co-ordinated to matching cloth,
but on special occasion white color is a popular color choice.
Bandana called and spilled as:
do-rag, do rag, doo-rag, doo rag, du-rag,
beanie, scarf, scarves, handkerchief, kerchief, cloth napkin, Fichu,
Hachimaki, Handkerchief code, Headband, Neckerchief, Veil