Step 1: The best headscarves to use for this style is a square head scarf or an oblong head scarf (for a fuller wrapping of the bun) for the tie is less likely to come undone and the scraf is less likely to fall back. Begin by folding your square or oblong head scarf into a triangle. A great head scraf to use is the Basic Israeli Tichel with Lurex and Fringes - it has a great grip and is more unlikely to come undone. It comes in lots of beautiful colors!
Step 2: Place the folded scarf over your head so that the middle corner that forms a 90 degree angle should be hanging down in the back of your head like a tail and the two longer sides should be hanging down on both sides of your face.
Step 3: Take the left and right corner (the two sides hanging on the sides of your face) and gently tie them in the back of your head on the base of your neck. Make sure that the back tail doesn't get caught in the tie.
Step 4: Tuck the tail underneath the not and push it tightly so that it is hidden beneath the scarf. This should form a loose bun or snood at the back of your neck. For those with hair loss or tin hair, a great way to make it look full is to stuff the bun up with something light.
Step 5: Take the right corner and twist it around the loose bun. Once you go around with it once, securely tuck in the remainders of the tail into the knot. Do the same with the left side and tuck it in neatly under the bun.
Another great headscarf to use for this style is the Floral Butterfly Oblong Israeli Tichel- It has a beautifull design and the contrast between the top and the head and the bun is really gorgeous.