Head Scarf Wrapping Styles

Head Scarf Wrapping Styles

Head Scarf Wrapping Styles: Ankara Print

Hey Naturalista! Don’t go cutting your hair simply because some edges are lost. You’ve invested so much in your hair. You have come a long way. All that said and done; it’s a beautiful day and I have a pleasant gift for you.

This little gift of mine is to show you how to protect your hair with an head scarf, particularly ones made of Ankara. Trust me, protecting your hair in harsh weather conditions with head scarfs go a long way in restoring your edges.

Moreover, on a bad hair day, these head scarf wrapping styles are saviours. You can decide to buy your Ankara wraps or simply make one. Either ways, they’re both perfect as your headscarves. Now, let’s dive into the creative world of head scarf wrapping styles. You’re excited, and so am I.

  • The Double Bun

Sometimes, you need two head-wraps to make a double bun. Everywhere you go, this bun is a goal. School? YES! Work? YES! Church? YES. Try this style! Unleash the creativity in you. The fun thing is, you can pair with any type of clothing– casual or corporate.

  • Traditional Ankara Head Wrap

Love to go traditional? This style is a mix of hip and traditional style. It looks like a turban but isn’t one. Say bye-bye to bad hair days!

  • Ankara Bow-Tie head Wrap

We all love bows, and the pretty thing is; they’re easy to make. Simply, tie your scarf in a knot, hold and bend at both ends, tie again, then tuck in. Voila! You’re ready for the beautiful day!

  • Simple Head Wrap Style

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#headwrapseriesparttwo Tag a natural! I love this wrap print and colour 🤤 I got this one from @primark for £3.50. Really simple style and takes literally 30 seconds to do. When doing a low wrap it can make your neck stiff if you use large cotton wraps so smaller satin and silk scarf work best. Make sure your wrap tightly and tuck in to secure the wrap and you're all good. Ps if you want to see other headwrap styles, how I do my edges or this make up look check out the previous video's on my account @kinkykoils_ for tutorials 😋 #kinkykoils_ . . #headwrap #headwraps #turban #wraps #headscarf #scarf #blessedwithkurls #hairtutorial #naturalgirlsrule #haircare #edges #hairinspo #curlyhair #curly_natural_hair #perfectlycurly #voiceofhair #healthy_hair_journey #kinkychicks #curlbox #curlsunderstood #amazingnaturalhair #healthyhair #teamnatural #naturalhair #naturalhairdaily #naturallyshesdope #naturalhairdoescare

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If you want something basic– something that’s not a big bow or big knot, this is for you. Tie your scarf to the back and wrap around your hair. All set boo boo!

  • Round Knot Head Wrap Style

Majestic style! It may take you few minutes to get accustomed to the style, but afterwards; you’ll find yourself rocking it every minute of the day.

Even when you’re not having a bad hair day, scarves act as accessories. They add colour and spice to your over-all outfit. At events, wearing an Ankara scarf is a way to flaunt your beautiful African roots. Pair with Ankara earrings, bags and even shoes. Put yourself in the spotlight darling!

Perhaps you’ll love to explore Ankara prints for your head scarves, check through to see these beautiful ones just for you.

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