Wrapunzel’s Best of 2015!

Hi, ladies! I had such a great time taking a stroll down memory lane this week, while reviewing my favorite tichels of 2015 and hope that you did, as well! As many wrappers know, whether you’ve been wearing headscarves for a week, a month or a year+, each individual wrapper’s style and technique can evolve over time. It’s fun looking back to see  how far we’ve come!

This week’s collage is full of so much creativity and beauty!  The process that each women took while choosing their favorites, led to much introspection and I’ve included some of the fangroup member’s thoughts here. I hope that you enjoy them as much as I have!

To join in next week, check out the directions at the bottom of this post. Thank you everyone for your wonderful year-end submissions!

Emma

It was a beautiful journey for me to be in this group. Though I see a several of my faces have been ‘shaped’ (oval,rounded, box) through variety of colours, scarves and shaper. But there is one remain, the smile. It reminds me the diversity of the cultures, histories and memories that have been shared among of us. But, there is one remain the same; the compassionate of each other. May the New Year 2016 grant us more compassion, strength and kindness. We are so beautiful when we love each other. Thank You Wrapunzel! – Emma S.

Judy Silkoff

I chose this one over others that were more exciting or involved more scarves because to me it represents what the essence of hair wrapping is – one beautiful scarf, elegantly wrapped, with the right ‘foundation’ underneath can make you feel like a million dollars, transform the way you feel about yourself, carry yourself and project yourself to others. Thank you Wrapunzel for this gift! – Judy S.

Katherine Bartlett

“I started wrapping this year and at first it was really hard for me to give up having my hair down. I was so used to doing different things with my hair everyday that I didn’t feel like myself without it. But after I learned you could do amazing things with wraps, now I feel like that expresses myself better and I am following Torah too! Wrapping makes me feel so much better about myself now.” -Katherine B.

 

For this week’s challenge, we’ve chosen a color that’s a tricky one for many. One with a complex history in both fashion, design and culture. A color that seemingly evolves with the times. Bruce Springsteen sung a song with this color in the title! Have you guessed it yet? Find out in the video below:

Would you like to be featured in next week’s collage? Head on over to the Wrapunzel Fangroup and share your pictures using the hashtag #wrapunzeledinpink. If you would also like them featured on next week’s blog post, make sure to also post them in the comments on the pinned post at the top of the Fangroup page, so we know to share them. We can accept up to 5 headshot-style photos per person – no collages, please! If you’re not on Facebook, you can also email us your pictures with the subject line “Challenge of the Week.” Can’t wait to see what you create!!

-Rachel

 

*An earlier version of this post misquoted the beautiful Katherine B. It has since been corrected.

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