The best way to measure your head is to use a measuring tape and measure around your hairline, starting at the forehead, around the ears, nape of the neck and back up again.
When you come to your ears, measure next to your head, not over the ears. A small adult head measures 20.5”-21.5”, medium is 22”-23” and a large head size is 23”-24”, occasionally 25”.
If your hairline grows extra low in the back, measure where you would want a hat or turban to sit. You might want to measure several times to see if you get the same result.
Usually, children around 9 or 10 years of age can wear small adult sizes. Our hat and headscarf descriptions include head sizes based on this way of measuring.
Hi Nikki ~ I love these 28×28 rayon scarfs and just finished watching your video (great job btw). My question is this … since rayon fabric can be slippery, what prevents the scarf from sliding around > especially without any hair, since mine will be gone in a couple weeks :(
Is there something that can be worn on top of head to prevent this > i.e. fish net or headband?
Thanks so much, Diane Rich 336-414-8092
Do you have a catalog??
I would really like to order a small ivory hat but they are sold out on the site. Do you have any left that you could send me by next Friday?! Thank you.
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