Heads Turn

Headbands are rather popular in the ballet studio, for men and ladies alike. They are not just for aesthetics but actually do serve a purpose. When you are working hard and sweating you don’t want flyaway hair to stick to your face - It’s not the best look! I’m always rather surprised bandanas haven’t  caught on with men outside the dancing world, ( in the gym etc) I presume it still has that 80s image. Also for the ladies it brings back that 1950s house wife image, which might not be the best! Hopefully these dancers can change your mind that headbands are back and look fiercer than ever.  

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Matt’s wide bandana with a samurai-looking knot  

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Headband I was gifted from The Hospital Club’s annual birthday party.  www.thehospitalclub.com 

 David and Tristan wearing thick patterned bandanas as a necessity to set off those faces 

David and Tristan wearing thick patterned bandanas as a necessity to set off those faces 

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Mustard yellow headband to compliment my leotard. 

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Getting those locks off our faces for a day of hard work in the studio. With Leo, David and Teo.  

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Sadly not taming my fringe on this occasion. 

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David carrying me and my headscarf to the canteen. 

Photo - Andrej Uspenski  

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Fernando with an extra thick white bandana. 

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We like our pops of colours do me and Matt. Go bold.  

Photo - Dolly Brown  

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A beaded headband I’ve had since I was 11 ! Can’t believe I haven’t lost it !  

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Matching blues with Luca.  

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You can Beat It flyaway hair !  

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Teo and Leo look effortless cool in their red bandanas. 

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Headscarf and quiff for Nats.