Step Up Your Style Game: A Beginner's Guide to Tying a Bowtie Headwrap
If you're a woman who loves African prints but is unsure how to add them to your wardrobe, or if you like headwraps but don't know how to tie them, then you're in luck! In this blog post, we will walk you through the steps of tying a bowtie headwrap using African fabric. Not only is it a stylish way to incorporate African prints into your wardrobe, but it's also a versatile accessory that can be worn in many different ways. So, let's get started!
Step 1: Choose your fabric The first step is to choose your fabric. African prints come in a wide range of colors, patterns, and textures, so the possibilities are endless. You can choose a bold and colorful print or a more subdued and neutral one. It's up to you and your personal style.
Step 2: Put the fabric on the back of your head Take the fabric and place the center point at the back of your head. Make sure the fabric is centered and even on both sides.
Step 3: Cross the fabric in front of your forehead Bring the fabric forward and cross it in the middle of your forehead. Make sure it's not too tight or too loose. Adjust the fabric until it's comfortable on your head.
Step 4: Tie into a bow Take the two ends of the fabric and tie them into a bow. Make sure the bow is tight and secure, but not too tight that it's uncomfortable. You can adjust the size of the bow by pulling on the ends of the fabric.
Step 5: Adjust the fabric Adjust the fabric on your head until it's comfortable and the bow is in the desired position. You can pull down the sides of the fabric to cover your ears or leave them exposed for a different look. You can also tuck in any excess fabric or leave it out for a more dramatic effect.
Step 6: Style as desired You can style your bowtie headwrap in many different ways. You can wear it with your hair down or up, depending on your preference. You can also experiment with different colors and patterns to create a unique and personalized look.
Tying a bowtie headwrap with African fabric is a simple and stylish way to incorporate African prints into your wardrobe. With a little practice, you'll be able to create beautiful and unique headwraps that reflect your personal style. So, don't be afraid to experiment and have fun with headwraps!
Watch this video to see me tie a bowtie headwrap.