How to tie a head wrap

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How to tie a head wrap

Ever wondered how to tie a head wrap? This post is a safe space for my sisters who struggle! Trust me, I was like you before I mastered the art! Black women are the queens of head wrap. For centuries the head wrap has been a staple in black fashion. From Sub-Saharan Africa to the shores of the Caribbean, head wraps have moved from Culture to Fashion. In several cultures, specific head wraps represent your rank in society, or can represent your tribe. A Nigerian a head wrap is called a gele, in Ghana is is called a duku and in the French Caribbean they are called Tet mawe. Colonial French Caribbean women would tie their head in a certain way. One peak means you are married and two peaks mean you are single!

While modern day head wraps are a fashion statement, many women still struggle with mastering this look. There are an infinite ways to tie one. So if you’ve always wondered how to tie a head wrap you’ve come to the right place. Here we are featuring one of our favorite ways to wrap our heads using one of our head wrap and mask sets! Click below to check out the video! Don’t forget to check out our online store to purchase your own head wrap and mask set!! Shop today!

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