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What kind of   scarf wrap are you trying to do?
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I didn't kno there were more than one type Embarrassed...I have a square scarf that I'm not able ta tie around my head in a way so that it covers all of my hair & somethin' similar to YaYa's:
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Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
 
 
This is similar to Yaya's
 
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Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
 
 
This is similar to Yaya's
 
 
Thank you sooo much cmesweet
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You are so welcome!

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great links!!!!!Big%20smile
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great links!
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cmesweet - Thank you so much!  Even though I am white, my daughters love some of these styles in their hair (great for the beach!).  I knew how to do 1 (corn row), now I can try what they want! Smile

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this really helps thanks
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Thanks for all the tips!
 
Here is a link as well...hope it helps Smile
 
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It's very helpful!Thank you for your sharing!I'll do my hair soon.
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thanks for your advice again,it is very useful
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Thank you for all the info!

I used to wash my hair with warm hair, but I stopped because I read somewhere that washing your hair with warm water will damage your hair. Although I really preferred washing my hair with warm water rather den lukewarm.

Should I or should not wash my hair with warm water? Tongue
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Wow,so great.I want to have a try for myself.Change my style.

Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
 
 
This is similar to Yaya's
 
I am the fan of lace wigs.

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I usually blanket my hair in the towel, clasp a lot of of the baptize out, again cull it into a pony appendage and let it air dry for about 30 - 60 minutes, again draft dry my hair by alternating amid the low ambiance of my draft dryer and the algid air bang button. No tugging, pulling, and it alone takes a few account because it's about dry already and I still don't dry it out completely.
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Originally posted by da hair man da hair man wrote:

Here's a technique I use to flat wrap (amonst other things)

http://www.askdwayne.com/Video/AdAskDwayne.mpg

 

http://www.askdwayne.com/FlatWrap.mpg

 



This is a very nice technique for flat wrap. I will implement this method tomorrow after work. Thanks
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