11 places to find your next natural hair cover!
Whether you are looking for headpieces to complement your look or you just need a cute accessory like a quick fix for a bad hair day, we have put together some of the best places to find just the right headbag for you!
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Born in Brooklyn, The Wrap Life has grown from just a thought to a thriving brand since they came live in 2014. To simply fulfill their own need for key features, creator Nnenna Stella started a company that now sends hand-printed designs to women worldwide! And thanks simple lesson studies Right there on the site, you will always have a fun, new way of designing your head wrap.
I discovered this brand last year at an event in Harlem and fell in love.
Fanm djanm means "strong woman" in Haitian Kreyòl. Lifestyle blogger Paola Mathe (pictured) created the brand of lively head covers as a way to celebrate strong women around the world. The movement itself is intended to encourage women to be bold, to be beautiful and to know that each of us is a fanatic dean in our own way.
With so many traditional African prints and colorful designs to choose from, you're sure to find something to suit your unique taste on Eva's Head Wraps.
What makes this brand stand out is that their main covers are connected!
Stay-at-home mom Shawn Clarke (below) created constant cover of needs. Time often saves you when you take care of the children and you have little time to spend on yourself. These connected head covers are great when you need to get out the door quickly but still look tough when you do mom! The best part – they are satinized to protect your hair.
This brand was created by triple threat – personal stylist, image consultant and creative director – Krystine Green. Her handmade covers are created with love in southern Cali and presented in an online store whose main goal is to empower women.
Created by mom and entrepreneur Natalie Taylor, this brand has the main cover for both you and your little one! You will find prints and styles that fit a queen at the Royal House. With "Mommie and Me" sets also available, you and your mini me can be twins for one day.
Based in Australia, Diva Headwraps began in the tradition of women in Cape Town, South Africa where the founder, Charmaine Idris, was born. She carried this tradition and the technique of making batik to Australia to create beautiful head covers as a link to her culture and bold compliments to all clothing.