26 thoughts on “Zig-Zag Criss-Cross Tutorial!

  1. Sara B

    Looking forward to trying this! What kind of volumizer are you wearing here? I didn’t quite catch that, and I’ve found a VolumeEZ to be too small for my head.


  2. Catherine Levison

    I’m interested in the new volumizer that you mentioned too!! I’ve been looking at them but haven’t committed yet. I do have a ton of hair but it’s unpredictable and you never know how it will lump or where it will sag. It seems like the volumizers are consistent and that’s what I’m looking for.

    I think it’s the main reason your wraps look better than mine. I do it like you do but it’s messy looking and I’m struggling with too much bulk.


  3. LeeAnn

    beautiful as usual!! I am glad that you showed us how. I was thinking of doing this myself as I do something similar with a square scarf and a rectangle scarf that I learned from The Style Underground. Lovely scarves also.


  4. Chana

    I absolutly agree with Rachel, u are doing amazing job, im looking at ur website few times a day just to see the colors and beauty of the wraps and tichels u are using and it makes me feel extremly excited to finaly be married and start to cover my hair! I dont want to do it now because i feel it will take the magic of covering hair later so i really need TONS of patience to just look here and wonder, and dream about it :). Please go on with your great website, u have a huge skill and some kind of artistic sense to know how to mix the wonderful colors and styles and having them matched. I think u are a big inspiration for other jewish woman and girls that maybe struggling about this mitzva. For sure you are inspiration for me 🙂


  5. A comment from a non-Jewish woman who is covering because of previous hair loss (that has now turned into a love for head wraps despite having hair again; I wrap my head about every second day!): I cannot enough recommend the volumizers! I have a few; I got one from Judith de Paris, one from Sara Attali Designs on Etsy (awesome shop, really nice tichels too and gorgeous tichel pins!!!), one from myheadcoverings.com. They are slightly different height but I love them all. Also the velvet headbands change EVERYTHING!! The scarves really don’t slip.


  6. tabitha

    I have been patiently waiting for this video (read DYING with IMPATIENCE!). Thank you so much for providing the video!


  7. Kris

    Thank you very much for the tutorial. I am a “wrap beginner” and I have very short hair (and when I say very, I mean very… so it is quite uneasy for me to do any wraps – as there is no bun to hold the back part of the scarf) but I am definitely going to try. 🙂
    I watch your blog every now and then even though I haven’t tried anything yet. Still, I love it since the first time. :))


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