TUTORIALS

How to adjust and style your headwrap
Make it fit

Learn how to adjust your headwrap to your size so that it fits you.

You only have to do this step once.
For starters...

...you could try this very simple headwrap style

Works with every hair length.
The "Sleeky O"

This headwrap style is made for big hoop or statement earrings.

Works with every hair length. For short hair, you can tie the knot at the nape of the neck as in the “Spinning Quickie”.
The "Wrapped Quickie"
Works best with (medium) long hair. With short hair, knot a scarf into a ball and fix it on top of your head instead of a bun.
The "Crown"

Get to know one of the most popular headwrap styles.

Works best with (medium) long hair. With short hair, knot a scarf into a ball and fix it on top of your head instead of a bun.
The "Flat Quickie"
Works best with short hair. (Medium) long hair can be braided so that it sits as flat as possible on your head.
The "Topless V"

This topless style can be varied super easily with a tied bow, for example.

Works with every hair length – Sky is the limit.
The "Spinning Quickie"
Works best with short hair. (Medium) long hair can be braided so that it sits as flat as possible on your head.
The "Two Color Twirl"

A simple, yet striking style for your Headwrap. Great for everyone who wants to add some extra inches.

Works best with (medium) long hair. With short hair, knot a scarf into a ball and fix it on top of your head instead of a bun.
The "Twisted B"

A subtle, but unique Headwrap style.

Works best with short hair. (Medium) long hair can be braided so that it sits as flat as possible on your head.
Ways to wear your headwrap at night
The "Classic"

See how you can put your headwrap on to wear it at night.

The "Alternative"

If your upper scalp tends to hurt and is rather sensitive, try this alternative to keep your headwrap in place throughout the night.