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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Thanks for posting lakeofglass! This style is so pretty and protective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unicorn View Post
    Thank you LakeofGlass, I don't know if this is something I can persuade my locs to do one day, but I'm bookmarking until they've grown long enough for me to find out

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    Given the size of your locs in your avatar, I'm thinking a half up would be stunning on you.
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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Quote Originally Posted by truepeacenik View Post
    Given the size of your locs in your avatar, I'm thinking a half up would be stunning on you.
    Thank you, I do tend to wear half ups 99% of the time. I have a 9" circumference, so bunning is a challenge to say the least.

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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Does anyone here do this style? I saw this picture https://i-h1.pinimg.com/564x/d8/35/9...e5cebb7c0e.jpg and immediately thought TLHC, and so resurrected this thread. It looks like a pretty neat protective style. My hair is too short and doing this for two braids wouldn't be my style, I also don't have any hair ribbons/cloths for doing something like this.


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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Quote Originally Posted by Begemot View Post
    Does anyone here do this style? I saw this picture https://i-h1.pinimg.com/564x/d8/35/9...e5cebb7c0e.jpg and immediately thought TLHC, and so resurrected this thread. It looks like a pretty neat protective style. My hair is too short and doing this for two braids wouldn't be my style, I also don't have any hair ribbons/cloths for doing something like this.
    I haven't, but now I really wanna try it! Shouldn't be too hard to make a daneggi some day when I have the time and energy...

    This looked nice too! https://www.google.se/search?q=Daeng...VDcxsWWtf7s_M:

    Edit: This site offered some more ideas! https://aminoapps.com/c/k-drama/page...jEqenGwPr55VG1
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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    It would be awesome if you shared a pic once you do try it, TatsuOni! I imagine daenggi would look gorgeous with your hair. So many pretty styles, thanks for sharing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Begemot View Post
    It would be awesome if you shared a pic once you do try it, TatsuOni! I imagine daenggi would look gorgeous with your hair. So many pretty styles, thanks for sharing
    I just have to remember to try it


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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Quote Originally Posted by TatsuOni View Post
    I just have to remember to try it
    Hope you do eventually!


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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    Some more information on the different types of daenggi and on traditional Korean hairstyles https://thetalkingcupboard.com/2013/...and-headgears/


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    Default Re: How to use a ribbon the Korean way? Daenggi

    I "cheated" and made a really simple daenggi from a satin ribbon





    And here's a picture that shows how to attach it a bit more clearly. https://www.google.se/search?biw=192...dGK7wMembh0mM:

    So you actually use a smaller ribbon to tie the daenggi in place. I first put an elastic at the end of my braid and then attached the daenggi above it with a thin satin ribbon.


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