Hairwraps U.K. Product F.A.Q.
To decide on the length you want your hair wrap, first decide where you want it in your hair.
Most people choose to place their hair wraps either at the top of their head or behind their ear.
Measure your hair in inches, then minus one inch to find your best length. Please remember curly hair will spring shorter than straight hair.
Please make sure you have measured your hair in INCHES (not cm). Contact me if you require further assistance with measuring.
My Hair Wraps are sold in length brackets or 10-11 inches, 12-13 inches etc. That does not take into account the length of the tassel.
The thickness of each Wrap can vary ever so slightly, but in general, they a little thinner than a pencil.
Choose from a SMALL LOOP, LARGE LOOP or a WEFT CLIP.
SMALL LOOP - For loose hair (NOT dreadlocked).
To attach easily into a small hair-plait. Detailed instructions provided, along with braiding bands and video tutorial link.
LARGE LOOP - For dreadlocked hair OR loose hair. Loops through the body of the dreadlock (or hair plait).
Detailed instructions provided, along with braiding bands and video tutorial link.
WEFT CLIP - For hair shorter than 4 inches (10cm), and those with limited dexterity. Choose from cream, brown or black.
Clips snap open and shut, so are a very simple way to attach the wrap to your hair.
Please be aware the colour of your wrap may look different from what is displayed on your monitor, as devices display colours differently.
Colours of beads may vary, depending on what I have in stock, but I match as precisely as possible.
Whereas plastic beads can be washed with the hair, metal beads may tarnish, wooden beads may fade, and the glass beads that have a ‘mottled’ finish may deteriorate over time. Therefore, I recommend you remove wraps with these beads prior to washing.
If you would like to alter the beads from the image shown, please leave a note when you checkout.
The beads I stock are:
Wooden beads (coloured, natural & dark wood); Glass beads; and Tibetan silver/bronze beads.
A good re-usable hair wrap (braid) will last for up to 6 months. In this time, it can be plaited into and out of the hair as many times as you like, or you can just leave it in the hair for up to 2 weeks at a time (as the hair grows, it will grow away from the top of the head, so will need repositioning every 2 weeks - more or less frequently if the hair grows faster/slower)
Approximately 2 minutes from start to finish. It all really depends how fast you can plait.
Remember that you don't need to do a long plait - just a couple of inches - enough to secure the braiding band on, would be enough.
Not at all, if you would rather not have any beads, drop me a note when checking out your item.
No. They feel similar to wearing a hair bobble.
Have I missed anything? Contact me with your question and I can include it in this section.