5 Ways to Style a Head Wrap - Lynzy & Co.

5 Ways to Style a Head Wrap

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4 WAYS TO STYLE A HEAD WRAP // perfect for spring and summer style!

One of my insecurities has always been my hair. It’s dry and nearly impossible on most days. Sure, it’s full and I have LOTS of it, but I just can’t seem to style it right most of the time. Seeing that it’s processed and I get highlights frequently, keeping it soft and less damaged is tricky. I started using Garnier’s Coconut Water and Vanilla Milk products and have seen a pretty noticeable difference. My hair is soft and less tangled when I get out of the shower and it’s a great way to fix your hair’s damage from the crazy winter. A huge bonus is that it smells like you are on a tropical vacation in the Caribbean (don’t we wish)! These products let you achieve natural beauty so easily and I highly recommend this line!

I wanted to create another tutorial for you in this series of Garnier posts. I recently picked up this gorgeous head wrap from kanthabae. She has an etsy shop and creates the most beautiful handmade baby wraps, slings and head scarves. I love wearing head wraps. Especially on days 2-3 post showering my hair. I try not to wash it that much because it dries out quickly! 


5 ways to wear a head wrap

1.) Side tie with tail left out: This look is a bit different than the traditional way to wear a wrap and I love that it gives it an asymmetrical look!

2.) Hair up with wrap gathered on the side: Put your hair into a messy bun and then wrap the scarf around your head 1.5 times and tie into a knot on the side. Push the tail of the knot right under the scarf!

3.) Criss Cross in Front: Start with the wrap in the back of your head and bring both pieces around to the front. Criss cross them and then tie it in the back! 

4.) Low Ponytail Holder: Use it as a hair tie! It looks much more elegant than your typical hair tie πŸ˜‰

5.) Basic side tie: This look is my favorite. It’s basic and easy. Just wrap the scarf around twice and tie it right on the side! 

Have you ever worn a head wrap? How did you wear yours?


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  1. Beautiful photos and such a timely post! I love headwraps because I think they’re casual and glamorous at the same time, and I’ve decided to make them part of my summer look, along with maxi dresses and too many antique jewels! I’ve been looking around for ways to rock them because I’ve never actually worn a headwrap before, and here’s your post πŸ™‚

  2. These are all great looks, and I’m so glad you shared them. I have to confess, when I wear a head wrap (which is rare) it’s generally a very plain style. I’m bookmarking this so I can start trying my hand at more adventurous head wrap styles. I can’t wait!

  3. I have the same hair!! Its full and lots of it! It also has a kinky wave to it. If I straighten it, it looks fabulous, if I let it air dry. The problem is straightening it damages it! It is great to know that this product works well on our type of hair!

  4. I fear that head wraps and I are just not meant to be. Although, I might just need to find the best way to tie it on my head. Love all the looks you came up with for yours.

  5. I like to wear a wrap when my hair is in a ponytail. It helps to hold back my bangs. Otherwise, they are in my face all day. That’s aggravating.

  6. Love all of these!! I wear head wraps all of the time but am always looking for new ways to change it up a little and I see a couple of these I’m definitely going to be trying out. I’m not really inecure about my hair, just a little lazy some morning so they’re my go to accessory.

  7. These are great ideas! I went natural with my hair about 4 years ago and am always on the hunt for creative ways to wear my hair. I’m so happy to see so many lovely kinky curled women throughout the community letting their hair go natural. So beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

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