Having bad hair days? Here are 5 easy headwrap styles to try at home

Woman with her head back (PHOTO:GETTY MAGES)
Woman with her head back (PHOTO:GETTY MAGES)

Having bad hair days lately? Well, it’s the reality for most of us since the national lockdown – we can’t go to our hairstylists  – but do not fear because we have five easy headwrap styles you can try at home.

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The Minnie Dlamini Jones bun

This head bun is fast and easy to do, especially when in a hurry or in need of an instant, no-effort, African queen-style headwrap. This headwrap gives life to any dull outfit.

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The Nomzamo Mbatha headwrap

For this style, you don’t necessarily need checked fabric, you can use any material. This style is effortless and come be done in minutes.

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The Zozi Tunzi front bun

This style doesn’t need a lot of fabric, a small printed cloth will do. The front bun is perfect for any day around the house, paired with a makeup-free face.

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The Dineo Moeketsi headwrap

This headwrap is ideal for when you to feel like a Nubian queen in your home. The easy-to-wear style is also great for when you want to play dress up indoors.

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The Gugu Gumede headwrap

This one is really simple and easy to do – just add some makeup and earrings and it’s a confidence booster. Wear it for those online team meetings in the morning or when you just want to be a glam gal at home.

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