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Photo of me at a headwrap event in Detroit, MI. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love wearing ! There are so many different beautiful styles. You can follow a tutorial or you can create your own style. headwraps
That’s the beauty of headwraps: no style is the wrong style. You can’t get it wrong when creating a headwrap style because there really isn’t a wrong way of styling it!
If you happen to “mess up”, then it’s no big deal because you just created your own unique look!
Photo of me in Detroit at a headwrapping event.
Another great thing about headwraps is they can go with just about any outfit. Dress it up to go with a formal gown or dress it down to go with your favorite pair of mom jeans and a vintage blazer. The possibilities are endless!
And let’s not forget those days when you just don’t have time to do your hair or it’s wash day.
Wearing a stylish headwrap is perfect for days like this because you can cover your hear and still look fabulous, especially if you’re in a rush to get out the door!
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Here are a few of my favorite headwrap styles:
AFRICAN PRINT HEAD WRAP/SCARF (YELLOW GREEN KENTE) from D’IYANU
I bought this pashmina from Wrapunzel. It is so beautiful and I only wear it in the Fall and Winter! (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Zarinah El-Amin Naeem is the founder of the Beautifully Wrapped Head Wrap Expo in Detroit, MI. I learned so many great things about headwrapping! It’s a wonderful event. Definitely recommend it! (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
I love this beautiful bow headwrap style! I am going to try it sometime soon. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
I really love this simple headwrap style with a bandana. The bow in the front is cute and you can also dress it up or dress it down! (Photo credit: Pinterest)
One of my favorite scarf headwraps I like to wear in the Fall. I bought this scarf at Old Navy and turned it into a headwrap style for my hair! (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Tracee Ellis Ross always has a beautiful style. I love her headwrap style with the bun in the back. (Photo credit: Tracee Ellis Ross)
I enjoy learning different wrap styles from Rachel on the Wrapunzel YouTube Channel. I had the pleasure of meeting her at a headwrapping event in Detroit, MI in October 2016. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Gone Rural sells beautiful African-themed headwrap accessories like the one in the product image above. (Photo credit: Gone Rural)
The “bun on top” headwrap style is also another favorite of mine. I wear my headwraps like this sometimes. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
Wrapped in Love Headwrap Organization in Detroit, MI. Love Rose hosts many headwrap workshops to teach men and women how to create beautiful and unique headwrap styles. I attended one of their headwrap workshops and learned a few different new headwrapping styles! (Photo credit: Wrapped In Love)
Love Rose, founder of Wrapped In Love in Detroit, MI. She is so friendly and teaches women and men how to create beautiful headwrap styles! (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
I love the headwrap fabric in this image. It is perfect for the Fall. I have a pashmina scarf (see above) that looks similar to it. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
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In this photo, I am wearing a Pashmina scarf. It is similar to the headwrap scarf I showed you in the above image. I only wear it in the Fall and sometimes the Winter. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
The turban look is also a great way to wear a headwrap. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
I found this product online and I love the look. I think it would be good in the colder season because it covers the entire head. (Photo credit: Dupsie’s African Clothing)
Another beautiful headwrap design by Monica Bedford Echols from an event I attended in Detroit, MI. I love the way she matched her headwrap design with her outfit. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit!)
I like how she styled her headwrap look. She turned it into a headband. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
Another beautiful headwrap style by Dupsie’s African Clothing! (Photo credit: Dupsie’s African Clothing)
My daughter Michala likes to wear her headscarf with the tail to the side. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Michala wearing a black striped headscarf. We were at the farmers market in Eastern Market. (Detroit, MI) Photo credit: Good Life Detroit
I love the vibrant colors of her headwrap! I have one that is a little similar to this style. (Photo credit: Pinterest)
Zarinah El-Amin Naeem creates another b eautiful headwrap style for a client in Detroit, MI! (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
I love this headwrap look because of the big bun in the back. It’s another stylish way to wear your headwrap style! (Photo credit: Pinterest)
Monica Bedford Echols created this beautiful bow headwrap style. This image is from my time at a headwrap workshop in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
I attended the We Rock Dope Hair Natural Hair Festival in Detroit, MI and learned more about headwrap styles. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
Roseline Onwenu, owner of Sterose International Boutique led a workshop on Traditional African Headwrapping in Detroit, MI. (Photo credit: Good Life Detroit)
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