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Curious if there are any other permies who practice headcovering.

I started covering about 2 years ago, and am always curious as to others' reasons.

If religious, it's likely that other followers of your faith choose not to cover. Why do you? How does it make you feel? What impacts does it have on your life and spiritual practice?

If not religious, what drove you to make the choice, and what impacts has it had on your life that have compelled you to continue? Or is it simply cultural?

And one more question - I notice so many who headcover are also homesteady types. Why do you think that is?

(Bonus Qs: What styles do you wear? Do you make your own? Where do you get your faves? and feel free to share pics of course.)
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