Head wraps are the next best thing when it comes to adorning our hair. Always worn with a sense of self even at a time when used to cover our natural hairstyles that were prohibited by law, a head wrap represents style and personality like no other garment. With the Pangi, you can now additionally wrap yourself beautifully in the spirit of fearlessness and pride.
When Mireille said that this was the hardest challenge, she definitely was right! Showcasing 3 specific looks in one photo shoot as well as switching up the look and feel of the each accessory or hairstyle was definitely tough.
Maroon Pangi’s Headwrap
The maroon pangi’s headwrap, I believe was the hardest shoot of all. My scarf had flowers and tassels that made the scarf hard to fold, bend, and twist. After a while of trying to twist and turn the scarf around my head (for several hours), which wasn’t working, I decided to take a new approach. I looked up the maroon pangi on youtube for some inspiration and found our very own Mirielle Liong!.
Everybody has a bad hair day and sometimes you simply don’t have the time to work on your hair-do. These are the times you most likely think about wearing a wrap. However, you can also dress up your look with a very impressive and fashionable headwrap.
Almost every culture wraps their hair in cloth of some fashion. Headwraps have a long and varied history. You will find that almost every culture wraps their hair in cloth of some fashion. In any American city you can easily see black women walking about sporting various styles of headwraps . Where did this tradition begin?