Headwraps/ Scarves

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  • 1 Post By Morgan_Adcock

Hi!! So I've been seeing a lot of curlies rocking some wicked cute wraps and I'm wondering where you guys buy them? I've seen thewraplife.com but I was wondering if there are any other places ya'll go that sell nice ones???
I'm interested in this as well......


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Me too and also ones that won't slide off my head
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I buy silk scarves, cheap at Dharma Trading Co., and paint them with dyes myself. You can use KoolAid to do this, but frankly, acid dyes which aren't cut with sugar, etc. are cheaper. I started doing this because I handspin (make my own yarns) to knit and weave with, and someone passed along the suggestion that if I had leftover dyes, they could be used on silk scarves, instead of wasted. It's a lot of fun to dye your own, and you can do them in whatever colours work well with your own complexion and wardrobe.
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Peace,
Morgan

Baby Fine 3B, low porosity, normal density and elasticity
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I buy silk scarves, cheap at Dharma Trading Co., and paint them with dyes myself. You can use KoolAid to do this, but frankly, acid dyes which aren't cut with sugar, etc. are cheaper. I started doing this because I handspin (make my own yarns) to knit and weave with, and someone passed along the suggestion that if I had leftover dyes, they could be used on silk scarves, instead of wasted. It's a lot of fun to dye your own, and you can do them in whatever colours work well with your own complexion and wardrobe.
Originally Posted by Morgan_Adcock
Morgan, thxs for the tip. It sounds fun and therapeutic at the same time.



If love is truly patient and kind, but our actions or words aren't, then maybe It's self reflection time. -Sent from my iPod touch using CurlTalk-
I am an ex-hijabi and turban wearer... I wouldn't recommend wearing a cover for a long time for scalp health. Long term wearing was a factor that lead to my scalp issues. If you must.. Light jersey cotton, washed in warm water or organic soap and for short periods of time and not when it's hot out. Your scalp needs to breath, it's essential for hair growth and will prevent hair drop.
Ynove couture and Toni Daley sale them.

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