as requested, here is how i make my turbans:
you can use any scarf.
longer ones make bigger knots and have more material to tuck in, so they will look bulkier.
now make sure hair is flat, i usually tuck it behind my ears
pull one edge flat across the forehead and start gathering the material together at the sides and back
you should end up with something like this, like two tails
pull one through the other
and bring the ends forward. before you start making bigger knots, make sure your forehead is clear of straggly bits of hair or fringe, just brush them back under the scarf
pull the ends through each other again, this will make the front detail of the turban
make a knot detail and tuck the extra ends all around under the sides
see? its bigger now
tuck everything in at the back and the sides
fix the details, somethimes the knots are unbalanced or you might get bits of scarf sticking out of the sides.
i also usually fluff out & hairspray my hair at the bottom for some volume
finished! see how the side is kinda double, because of the layers tucked under each other
less-wide scarves might have to be tied around the head rather than over, since they won't cover your hair as completely as this, but ive managed to do it without too much difficulty.
im sure there are other ways to make turbans (possibly even making it in reverse, with the first two tails coming to the front and going on from there) but this is what came out of my experiments, happy wrapping!