The headwrap is a beautiful fashion accessory that holds a high position on the African fashion scene. For a while, it had and still has a lot of names like turban, head scarf, headgear and lot more. This gorgeous fashion accessory in most cases completely...
...covers the entire hair by holding it firmly across the head and tying the end into fairly tight knots. Although first initiated when the slave trade was in full bloom in a bid to set some level of hierarchy structure, this piece has transformed into a timeless fashion statement. Now, more and more women have embraced the headwrap culture and have continued to rock it endlessly. If you seek easy breezy ways to tie your head wrap, we’ve got you! Here are two simple styles you could use:
To get this look started, you first of all have to pack your hair up so as to give the look a sleek finish. After that, fold up the headwrap in half, then wrap it on the back of your head. Thereafter, pull the ends to the front while you tie it into a nice knot just right at the center. After this, just tuck in the end of the headwrap then make the fabric look like it’s a headband.
This gorgeous style works with styling the hair into a sleek flat style. This is so the headwrap can be folded on the hair while it covers the neck. After you have flawlessly done this, pull the headwrap to the front and tie up a double knot, then tuck your hair so it would be completely covered. Voila, you are ready to rock your knot headwrap.
These two styles above are the most basic headwrap styles that are easy to work with. Once you get a hang of these two styles, you can begin to rock more sophisticated head wrap looks.
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