Headwraps by Ashley Snowden
I began wrapping my hair at an early age, mostly with wraps that were passed down from my grandmother. At that time in my community, it wasn’t yet a trend to wrap your hair unless you were doing so to protect your hair style. After remaining true to my own ritual of headwrapping, it became an immense pleasure to see more and more women wrap their hair as a form of beauty and adornment, or as a way to honor their cultural, spiritual or religious beliefs, or to feel confident and beautiful when dealing with health issues that affect one’s head or hair. Rūl*her was birthed from the desire to share my love of headwrapping, while supporting small businesses.