Serengeti - derived from the Maasai language and means "endless plains."
This mauve halo has abstract black, brown and gold accents with a metallic gold pipping detail. Lined with a contrasting maroon color for seamless reversible transition.
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To be eligible for a return, your items must be unworn, unwashed and non- defective. In addition, the merchandise must be mailed in its original packaging. Please ensure to have your receipt or proof of purchase handy to complete your return.
Once your return is received and inspected, an email confirmation will be sent to you for verification. Your email confirmation will notify you of the approval or rejection of your exchange or store credit.
If your items are approved, your exchange will be processed and a store credit code will be emailed to you for future use with an expiration date.Please note that shipping fees are non-refundable for all returns.
Handling: Always handle your turban headbands with clean hands to avoid transferring oils and dirt onto the delicate fabric.
Storage: When not in use, store your headbands in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. You can keep them in a dedicated drawer or a jewelry box to protect them from dust and potential snags.
Cleaning Frequency: Avoid excessive cleaning, as this can cause unnecessary wear and tear. Only clean your headbands when they are noticeably soiled or after a few wears.
Spot Cleaning:Dampen a clean, white cloth or cotton ball with lukewarm water and gently blot the stained area, taking care not to rub or scrub as this can damage the fabric. Let the headband air dry completely before wearing.
Stain Removal: For stubborn stains, consult a professional dry cleaner who specializes in delicate fabrics like silk and Jacquard. Inform them of the material and any specific stains you need to remove.
Ironing:Use a low-heat iron (silk or delicate fabric setting) to remove wrinkles and always place a clean, white cloth or a pressing cloth between the iron and the headband, or scarf, to protect the fabric from direct heat.
Steam Cleaning: You can also use a handheld steamer to remove wrinkles without direct contact with the fabric. Keep the steamer at a safe distance to avoid damaging the material.
Avoid Direct Sunlight: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause the colors to fade. Store your headbands in a dark area or use fabric covers to protect them from light when not in use.
Perfume and Makeup: Be cautious when wearing perfume or makeup while using your headbands, as these products can stain the fabric. Apply these products before putting on your headband and allow them to dry completely.
Hair Products: Be mindful of hair products such as hairspray or hair oils that may come into contact with your headband. These products can leave residue and should be used sparingly.
Avoid Velcro and Sharp Objects: Be cautious of Velcro closures and sharp objects that may snag or pull the delicate fabric. Store your headbands away from items that could damage them.
Rotate Usage: To reduce wear and tear, rotate your headbands and avoid wearing the same one too frequently. This will help distribute the usage evenly among your collection.
By following these care instructions, you can enjoy your ARRYLES Halo Collection turban headbands (and ARRYLES Signature Monogram Scarf) made of silk blend brocade and Jacquard fabric for a long time, while maintaining their unique beauty and quality.