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Prêt-À-Poundo: Top 10 'Looks of the Day' — Headwraps

See photos of style icons rocking headwraps, including Erykah Badu, Madge Sinclair and Fatima Siad. Headwraps are a Top 10 Look of the Day.

Everyday we highlight a “Look of the Day” on our Facebook page. We thought that you’d like to see the best of the best all in one spot, so we're routinely compiling some Top Looks of the Day for you. The headwrap exists in many cultures and is an ultimate accessory in the diaspora. You can tie it as you want and make a bold statement with a nice print or fabric type. One mystery to many is: how do I tie a headwrap? Well, many ways are commonly use — you can use a long strip of cloth wound 'round the head, or utilize a few extra pieces under the main one and objects like a stick. How can you ge that perfect, stunning headwrap? Practice! It won't be easy the first time and then the more you try, the more you'll find your own way and style. Above we picked the best of our look of the days focused on headwrap, enjoy the gallery! Add us on Facebook to see plenty more “Look of the Day” selections.


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