Well, he does a reggae rap while wearing a bandana on his head.
He makes frequent appearances on television, usually wearing aviator shades and a bandana to disguise his identity.
His face was partially obscured by a bandana and a baseball cap, from beneath which his long ponytail hung limply.
But let us be pathetic—so get out your bandana, and prepare to blow your nose most touchingly.
A bandana was tied across his eyes, and the men led him into the pocket of rock.
Salvador held out the cash to Raul, and mopped his face with the bandana, puffing loudly.
He wiped away with the bandana, thinking that thus he concealed his emotions.
He wiped his face with his bandana handkerchief as he spoke, for it was wet with the sweat that ran trickling down his cheeks.
His rough hair was braided into a queue and tied back with a bandana.
McCoy cried involuntarily, mopping his face with a bandana handkerchief.
also often bandanna, 1752, from Hindi bandhnu, a method of dyeing, from Sanskrit badhnati "binds" (because the cloth is tied like modern tie-dye), from same PIE root as band (n.1). Etymologically, the colors and spots are what makes it a bandana.