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Wrapping your hair helps your hairstyles to last longer and keep it looking fresh like the first day you got it done. 💁🏽 This technique is great for middle or side parts, full weaves, closures or frontal sewins and natural hair. In this picture above👆🏾I'm wearing a middle part weave cap. Wrapping my hair this way keeps that one stubborn side from flipping up when I unwrap it the next day. ANNOYING! 🙄 So than I don't have to keep putting heat on my hair to make it lay.
Check out these six steps and practice tonight!😊
STEP 1: HOLD THE SILK SCARVE IN A DIANGLE POSITION. You have to position your scarve the way its being place on your head.
STEP 2: FOLD YOUR SCARVE IN THE SAME DIANGLE POSITION. Just like a triangle. Folding your scarve will give your hair double the protection especially for the shower. Plus, it'll be easier to tie down.
STEP 3: SWING THE SCARVE OVER YOUR HEAD. While its positioned and folded in a triangle shape. Keep your head positioned down, this will be easier for your hair to cooperate when wrapping it.
STEP 4: TIE THE TWO CORNERS OF THE SCAVE TOGETHER. Leave the extra piece of the scarve hanging. At this point you're just securing the scarve on your head.
STEP 5: GET THE TWIRLING. Keep going and going and going around your head until all of your hair is pushed up in the scarve. Make sure that your tie is tight so your hair won't fall out.
STEP 6: NOW YOUR DONE! Tie another knot! At this point you're just making sure all off your hair is secure inside the scarve. Give it another twirl around your head just make sure your hair is laying nice and solid in a circle.
That extra piece hanging can be tucked away on the outside of the scarve for when you get in the shower or sleeping to keep from slipping off your head.
This techinique should be even easier with a side part. Always start your wrap on the side where your part starts and work your way around in a circle.😄
Comment below and let me know if this works for you!