5 Ways To Style African Print Head Wraps for Natural Hair

Posted on 09 August 2018

Hello ladies,

September is almost here and fall is just round the corner. Get ready for crispy air messing with your natural hair.

Unlike your typical protective styles like crotchet, twists and extensions, african print headwraps does not expose your hair to the air and it can be easily undone in a matter of seconds.

Thankfully, we carry headwraps of different colours and print so head on over and shop.

There are plenty of styles you can rock this season but we have compiled the best of the best which are easy to rock to give you a timeless look.

1. The Bow

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Step 1: Start with your hair in a topknot (for shorter hair) or slicked back (for longer hair). Place the headwrap at the nape of your neck, and covering your ears.

Step 2: Bring the ends toward the front and tie the front into a knot at the center.

Step 3: Tie a bow like you would a shoelace, and tuck the loose ends into the flaps of the bow.

Here is a video to help you further.

 

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 2. The Bun 

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Step 1: Start with your hair in a topknot positioned at the front of your crown (pineapple style). Place the headwrap at the nape of your neck and covering your ears.

Step 2: Bring the ends toward the front and tie it in a knot at the center.

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Step 3: Twist the loose ends together creating a spiral.

Step 4: Twist the spiral around the knot your created to create a bun.

Here is a video to help you take it to the next level

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3. Twisted Head Band

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Step 1: Start with your hair slicked back or in cornrows (for longer hair). Forbest results, your hair should be as flat as possible underneath. Place the headwrap at the front of your head and pull the ends toward the back, ensuring all hair is covered.

Step 2: Bring the ends together and tie together once. (Do not create a knot)

 

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Step 3: Twist the loose ends together (two-strand twist motion) to create one twist.

Step 4: Pull the twist to the front from one side to the other and tuck in the end under the wrap to secure.

So ladies, which of these will you be rocking? Let us know in the comment section.

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