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Summer is right around the corner! Time for relaxed, laid-back clothes, and cute head scarves! Here's 10 quick and easy ways that I like to alternate my head scarves! Whether it's to protect the hair from the summer sun or cover unflattering twists, you'll be sure to look great this season! Hope you give it a try!
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This was a great tutorial! The way you showed the folds for each style quickly but comprehensively while doing giving short instructions for the style as voiceover while applying it was very effective! Now I just have to purchase some scarves...
Okay i like the crazy pirate lol. I went natural around 7 months ago and my mom recommended I use a scarf. Eventually I'll buy one and try these styles but I'm afraid I won't be able to pull it off ^^;
Thank you for this video; it's excellent! I'm caucasian; my hair thinned because of illness and I needed a way to cover it until it grows again; it's just good info for EVERY woman! Sometimes people don't know the positive effect they can have on someone's life just by publishing a simple video with good content!
I finally learned how to wrap my hair with a scarf! My mother was very fair skinned with a completely opposite hair texture than mine and my whole life I've struggled with how to maintain and manage my hair. I'm proud that at 28 years old thanks to u I finally learned an essential and classy options for my hair I always wanted to master! Thank you and God bless....Black Girl Magic Is You, Madame 💙
I'm trying so hard to get into wearing scarves as a fashion accessory, but I can only see them as those things I use to cover my hair at night. No matter how I style them, if I wear them out of the house I feel like I look like my grandma, or someone's cleaning lady.
I sucks because my hair is super long now (I have naptural85 to thank for that), and I already have a ton of scarves. It would be so convenient just to tie my hair out of my face with one and walk out of the house.
Danni Otto Actually, I was wondering if it would be too small. :0
I'm glad that you think they're large!!!
The bigger the better, I think, since the possibilities are endless!
You could even make a flower with a big enough scarf.
Thank you for the help! 🌸
Omg!!! I remember when you're channel was young and I was trying to decide whether or not I wanted to go natural and now I am and you're hair is so long. Wow good times . Excuse me as I reminisce in the comment sections
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