At some point I was a little jaded about head wraps and head scarves and whether they were appropriate for me. Hey! Read up on it if you missed it. It actually wasn’t very long ago.
But these days, I’ve pulled in over a dozen colorful head scarves into my natural hair took lit. And I no longer save my beautiful head wraps and head scarves for bad hair days. I’m actually in a season of Good Hair Days because I have fallen so deep in love with the texture and dimensions of my curls. Even on days when I have not invested the time and patience in my hair that I know it needs, I’m excited about what I’m able to do with this head of coils and naps and tangles. But rocking a head wrap or head scarf is not about concealing my hair anymore. It’s not even about protecting my hair. These days, my head wraps and head scarves add an extra bit of flair to my every day attire.
See, I’m rocking a TWA. If you are wearing one too, or have in the past, you know that there are only so many styles you can get your Teeny Weeny Afro into. So, sometimes, to amp up my look, I reach for one of my beautiful scarves. And I’m not alone. I’ve been checking out many other Naturalistas that rock a stylish headwrap to get an extra bit of girlish charm or even to add some elegance to their overall attire.
Check out The 25 Most Beautiful Head Wrap and Head Scarf Styles.
And of all the beautiful sisters that I’ve found rocking these lovely head scarves and head wraps, there was one who won the MVP award for the fiercest, loveliest, most downright ADORABLE Head Scarf/Head Wrap wearing Diva in the game. I feel certain that you will agree with my selection on this one.
And if you’re looking for step-by-step instructions to style your own head wrap or head scarf. Here are the instruction I used to pull off the halo head wrap. They’re quick and easy.