Six months ago, The Kallah's Trick became my favorite new wrap. It's super classy for upscale events because you can mix and match both scarves and sashes. And bonus! It's not as complicated as you would think. You'll need: Your shaper or volumizer (make sure it has velvet as a gripper) 1 light-medium weight pashmina … Continue reading Hair Wrap: The Kallah’s Trick
Forgive the bad photo. this was a picture of one of the first wraps I ever photographed...and my teen was the victim. This would have looked so much better if we had a shaper/volumizer on her, but she was having a "teen moment" and didn't want that all on her head. So what you're seeing … Continue reading Wrap It! Hair Covering: Beginner’s Luck With A Twist (Single Crown)!
The easiest wrap to throw on has to be Wrapunzel's "Beginner's Luck" style. It's one of those "grab and go" styles that you can toss on whenever you have to do somewhere quick -- and the dogs have been going insane and tearing apart the house on you're trying to get ready (AKA "My Life"). All You … Continue reading Wrap It! Beginner’s Luck (Basic Hair Covering)
One of the first wraps I ever learned was a basic, fold over, or, in Wrapunzel's case, "Regal Wrap". It's simple and elegant in so many situations. The picture to the left is my quick put-together of a Regal Wrap using one of my heavier pashmina scarves. For this easy wrap you will need: A Shaper/Volumizer … Continue reading Wrapunzel’s Regal Wrap
I've had quite a few people in the past year ask if I'd give workshops or post tutorials on some of the wraps I do. I'd love to! But, sadly, I will also tell you my life is made of crazy most of the time. I plan on doing them in the future, however. Until … Continue reading Hair Covering Tutorials!
As you’ve read in a previous post of mine (find it here), I have had times in my life where I have drifted away from Hestia. For the past 17-20 years I’ve come back to Her with a dedication I had never felt previously. My offerings are blessed; Hestia’s altar is the center of our … Continue reading To Cover…Or Not?