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Heads up: The turban trend is back!

The turban has never really vanished, it has been lying low. Recently, this dormant trend has quietly, but assertively, resurfaced at events, churches and social outings. Once linked to grannies, the turban has a new attraction for young women.

It is not surprising that ladies are now ditching gele for turbans as it is no doubt, the chicest head accessory.

Turbans have grown so important to the point that many society women like Senator Daisy Danjuma,  Chief Mrs Abba Folawiyo and so on cannot ignore them.

A-list actresses such as Stephanie Okereke-Idahosa; Rita Dominic and Dakore Egbuson-Akande have been flaunting this stylish headgear on their Instagram pages.

You can also cover your hair with a turban while lounging at the beach, as seen in the photo below of Temi, daugther of billionaire business oil magnate, Femi Otedola.

Sewn with velvet materials, turbans come in different bright colours. Turbans look sophisticated when adorned with a brooch or with colourful beads.