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4 Effortless Headwrap Styles for Bald and Short-Haired Women

4 Effortless Headwrap Styles for Bald and Short-Haired Women

 Headwrap tutorials for short hair- Step by step guide for quick and easy styles

 If you landed on this page, you’re probably wondering, “Can I rock a headwrap with short hair?” The short answer is yes! You absolutely can.  Headwraps aren't exclusively for those with long hair. This beginner-friendly style guide will walk you through headwrap styles for people who are bald or have short hair.

Whether you're running errands, planning your next girls' night out, or lounging at home, by the end of this article, we hope to empower you to confidently step out in a bold, effortless headwrap look, no matter the occasion.

Now, let's dive in!

1. Front Knot

The front knot style is an effortless way to add height to your headwrap. You can recreate this look to add a hint of elegance to a simple outfit or complement an extravagant wardrobe for a night out on the town.

While you can achieve this look with any headwrap, it works best with a cotton one. Here’s how you can rock this look in simple steps:

Step 1:

Wrap the headwrap around your head, holding opposite sides of the headwrap. 

Step 2:

Join both sides of the headwrap together and tie them into a knot. In this example, you can see a portion of the headwrap hanging just below the knot.

Step 3:

Pull the portion of the headwrap hanging just below the knot up between both sides of the headwrap, right above your forehead.

Step 4: 

Tighten the knot, ensuring you leave an opening in the section of the headwrap above the knot.

Step 5: 

Repeat the process of tying the knot two to three more times.

Step 6: 

Grab the ends of the knots and tuck them into the open space you created in step 4.

 Step 7: 

Adjust the knots in the open space until they feel sturdy. Feel free to play around with them until you're comfortable with how it looks! For a live demo, check out Aeon demonstrating this step-by-step process on our Fanm Djanm YouTube page 

2.  Halo

Now, onto the Halo look!  The halo style frames the face for a striking, ethereal look, exuding an air of regality and sophistication. This style is enhanced for added texture and visual appeal by its intricate twists.

To effortlessly achieve this look, we recommend using a stretchy headwrap to easily wrap around the head.  

While our model is using a stretch knit headwrap in this step-by-step demo, this look can also be achieved using a velvet or rayon headwrap. 

Step 1

Wrap the headwrap around your head and tie a knot above the nape of your neck.

Step 2

Bring both hanging portions of the headwrap over your shoulder and twist them together. 

Step 3: 

Wrap the twisted part around your head, creating a halo as the name suggests!

Step 4: 

Tuck the remaining twist anywhere under the headwrap.


Step 5:

Adjust your halo as needed!

For a live demonstration of this step-by-step look, watch our model as she guides you through each step here!

3.  Bow style

The bow headwrap style adorns either the forehead or the back of the head, serving as a decorative and cheerful focal point. It can be worn casually for a touch of whimsy or dressed up for a polished, playful accent to any ensemble.

This look is best accomplished using a rich, lightweight silk and wax headwrap, ideal for any occasion, such as a wedding or holiday party. 

The crisp details of the bow are accentuated by headwraps with a lustrous sheen, as seen here on our founder, Paola, and our Fanm Djanm model, Poya.

Click here to access our step-by-step guides on how to achieve this look!

Back bow style:

 Front bow style:

4. Tall Headwrap

Depending on your personality, you may prefer a taller headwrap for a bolder look.

Whether you're bald or have shorter hair, achieving this style is entirely possible—you'll just need a bit of support!

This is where laying the foundation comes into play: you’ll need a headwrap base to take your headwrap to the next level – literally. 

Gone are the days of stuffing pantyhose and socks under a headwrap—we're slamming the door shut for good on donut scarves, excessive bobby pins, and shifting headwraps.

Before we jump in, let’s define a WRAP BASE.

 What is a WRAP BASE?

A  WRAP BASE, also known as a headwrap volumizer or headwrap shaper, is an accessible, easy-to-use solution that can be placed underneath a headwrap to add volume. It comes in three sizes—small, medium, and large—to accommodate how tall you want your head wrap to be.

Choosing the Right WRAP BASE for Short Hair

Here’s what makes a good headwrap base:


A headwrap base should have enough stretch to comfortably wrap around your head and stay secure. It must be non-slip and have a good grip on your head in order to keep the head wrap in place. 


Your headwrap should be lightweight, soft, breathable, and gentle on your hair. You should feel comfortable and at ease wearing your headwrap base under your head wrap all year round. To maintain a healthy scalp, your head wrap should not cause any pulls or tugs.


A head wrap base should be detachable and accommodate different head shapes and sizes. After all, the material should not only be functional, but also add a touch of style and personality to your overall look!

In this step-by-step guide, we’re using Fanm Djanm’s WRAP BASE, which comes in three different sizes: small, medium and large.

Creating tall and voluminous headwrap styles for short hair is all about experimenting with different techniques and styles. You can try wrapping the head wrap in various ways to achieve different heights and volumes.

Step 1

Place head wrap base on head. 

Step 2

Place your head wrap over the wrap base, ensuring one side is shorter than the other. The short side should be long enough to tuck next to the bun on the opposite side.

Step 3

Grab the long end and start wrapping it around the bun. You can fold or twist the head wrap, adjusting it where you want the most volume. Wrap it tighter for a smaller knot and looser for a more voluminous, structured style.

Step 4

Find a pocket anywhere and tuck the end of the headwrap in.

Check out this video where Fanm Djanm model Poya wears a large volumizer, and founder Paola Mathé wears a small one. Together, they show us how to wrap the headwrap around the volumizer.

If you made it this far, we hope you’re feeling confident and inspired to take your look to the next level! 

Whether you prefer a bold statement or a subtle accent, there's a headwrap style for every occasion.

So go ahead, don your favorite headwrap, express yourself boldly, and step out with flair!

Written by: Manuela Domingo

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