Hi!  My name is Andrea Grinberg and I am the Owner and Founder of Wrapunzel.  Welcome!

Here is how this site came to be and what we’re all about:

Andrea Grinberg WrapunzelOriginally, on my other website  andreagrinberg.com, there was a “hair wrapping how-to” section.  This section was started because some (very persistent!) friends were encouraging me to share how I wrap my scarves.  Within a year, it became much too large to remain a section on another site, and the need to create a blog devoted to *just* hair wrapping became a reality.  Here it is!

On the “home” page, you will mostly find daily posts showing what I’m wearing on my head.  If you want to find tutorials etc., take a look through the top bar.  There are also “Lady Wrap Star” posts in which a member of this site showcase their beautiful hair wrapping ideas, and these are also available on the top bar.  Looking for something but can’t find it?  Ask!  We will either help you find what you’re looking for or create it if it’s not already here.

The name “Wrapunzel” was the final result of a night spent brainstorming with my family around the fireplace in winter 2012.  It was the first time in a long time that all of us were together in the same place, and when I shared my idea of creating a site devoted to a community of women who all cover their hair, they were eager to help find the perfect name.

The site administrative duties are up to me, but really, the community that thrives in this little pocket of the internet is only here because of you.  Here, there are women that cover their hair for many reasons – different religions, health, personal modesty, and creative fashion are only some of the ways that women have started wrapping and found this site.  If you are new, we would love to meet you!  It brings me so much joy to see new relationships being formed on here!

To the women that have shared their stories and inspired us to try new ways of covering – you rock!  And if you are interested in showing some of your wraps or sharing a bit about yourself (or both), let me know!

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Who am I?  I am an incredibly blessed single mom of two amazing boys.  For many years, while married, I chose to cover my hair because I am Jewish, and in Orthodox Judaism, married women cover their hair.  Currently, I cover my hair when amazing opportunities move me to do so. I play the cello professionally, and do a lot of performing as well as teaching.  I enjoy adventurous cooking and feeding others, bicycling, philosophy, and curling up along with good book and our kitty.  I am Canadian by birth, and a citizen of both the US and Israel, currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland.  I love meeting new people, hearing other’s stories, making connections and building bridges; It is mind-boggling how much covering my hair has helped me do this!

That’s enough about me… let’s hear about you!

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    1. Catalina

      I just discovered this blog yesterday and read about the amazing strong women who wrap for all sorts of reasons and I am obsessed! I wear hair wraps sometimes and love playing with scarves and silk hair caps (I wear a silk hair cap to bed each night and it has done wonders for my hair and comfort while sleeping!) I feel confident and beautiful when out but still feel a little nervous about the prospect of wrapping my hair at work (I work in construction and I worry about how people may perceive it in this industry) but maybe I will gain the confidence soon to give it a go! I am so keen to build up my collection of scarves and try some new styles you have here. Thanks for being awesome 😊

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  1. Beth

    I’m Beth and I cover for Religious reasons. (Christianity) I have enjoyed your blog and watched many of your videos and am learning to be more creative with hair wrapping. I find it the most comfortable way to cover. I love that you can wrap your hair in such a way and not use pins and clips to get it to stay in place. I did not know how to do this before watching your videos. I also appreciate that the scarves you use are so easily found in most department and clothing stores. I am acquiring quite a collection. Thanks for all the great tutorials and tips.


  2. Moira

    I am so excited to find your blog! It is beautiful how you wholly embrace covering your head. I didn’t know that Jewish women covered their heads in public after they get married. I am interested in the history behind this, so I will be researching this for sure. I am writing a Christian book on the head covering, and I have found that it has deepened my relationship with God more than I could have ever imagined. Thank you for creating this blog!


    1. So glad that you are enjoying it! I have also found that it has deepened my relationship with my creator as well as my husband. Let us know when your book comes out! There are lots of women on here that will be interested in reading it.


  3. A friend just referred me to your blog! Finally something to help inspire me to make my hair coverings even *more* unique and interesting – and something fun to wear. Can’t to trawl the rest of your blog and try my hand at some of your tutorials. Thank you so much for this 🙂


  4. I found your blog from a friend of mine who covers her hair… I’ve started covering my own hair on occasion, mostly when I’m cooking or cleaning. It helps me to get into a mindset in which whatever task I’m doing is sacred. I am starting to feel like I would like to cover my hair more often, for things other than just in my house. ^-^
    I also think that covering one’s hair is amazingly beautiful, and have found an appreciation I never expected for covered hair & also women who choose to cover their faces and/or bodies. This new-found appreciation I have for women who practice covering their hair/faces/bodies seems strange to most people who know me… It’s been interesting (to say the least!) explaining why I choose to cover my hair sometimes, when people ask. ^-^
    Long story short (too late…), I’m really happy my friend led me here, and I can’t wait to look around your site a bit more! Thank you for creating this space!


    1. Thank you for writing! That’s so beautiful that you cover for cooking/cleaning because you find those actions sacred. More of us should learn from you! Very glad to have you on this site!


  5. Britney

    Thank you so much for all your work on this site! I’m a gentile believer in Yeshua, doing my best to keep the Torah. I don’t completely cover my hair, usually I just wear a simple bandana. But, right now I’m staying in Jerusalem for a month and I love the way the women here cover their hair. I love how it’s like a wedding ring, only more obvious. I’m loving seeing all the ways you’ve shared to cover your hair. I also really connected with your video explaining why, what you had to say was so profound! Blessings to you! Shabbat Shalom!
    Britney Williams


  6. Lana

    What a fabulous site!
    I’m Lana, and though I only cover my hair occasionally for sacred celebrations and festivals (I’m Druid, but I was raised with a mixture of Catholic, and Sephardic Jewish influence), I find it to be amazingly empowering, modest, and feminine, and would like to do so more often.

    You have some spectacular info on this site, and I’m looking forward to trawling through it more as well. 🙂

    Blessings to you.


  7. Nazmin

    Hi Andrea
    Just to say your blog and YouTube videos are great. I am not Jewish, but we have many amazing likeness, as a Muslim we are also required to cover our hair and body. Like you I also have so many head covering, and it is amazing learning your way of covering as well, love your ideas, and have used and tied a Tichel Style covering in the house, especially I am not to show hair and constantly having answer the door to postman and like 🙂 How great, don’t leave people are the door while trying to tie my scarf, will definitely coming back to learn more.
    Thank you Sis


    1. Nazmin, thank you. It’s wonderful to know that we have so much in common. I featured a Muslim woman on this site a few months back (you can find her by clicking on the “lady wrap stars” tab and then clicking on “sarah”) and she is amazing! I am happy to build bridges through hair covering 🙂


  8. Hi, I’m Amy and I’m a Pagan with Catholic influences. I have found that covering gives me a certain calmness and centeredness, as well as reminding me of the Divine. It’s also fun, and I’ve met some great ladies online because I cover. 🙂


  9. Ariana

    Hello, Andrea,
    just wanted to say how much I love your blog and appreciate the work and thoughtfulness you put in it. I don’t personally cover my hair, as I live in a very closed community where it is just “not done”. However, I’ve always loved it and felt pulled to covering my hair ever since I can remember… not from any religious, fashionable, health, or beauty reasons. I simply feel good that way, and am sorry I don’t have a more understanding surroundings.


  10. Kathryn

    Hello Andrea,

    Like many women here, I am not Jewish, but cover for both spiritual and medical reasons.

    I so appreciate you creating a community for those of us that cover our head/hair. So many times I’ve been called out for covering, but have no other avenue with which to protect myself when out in the wider world.

    Your writing style is beautifully vivid, and I get a very clear sense of the kind and thoughtful person you are. Your videos are also so very helpful to me when I have the bravery to try something new.

    Know that I send you love and peace,



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  12. hannah

    All of your hair coverings are so beautiful!!! They are so beautiful that I want to try some out on myself, but I’m not sure that I should because I don’t have any religious reasons to cover my hair. Would it be disrespectful/weird to occasionally cover my hair like you ladies if it was only for the beauty of the scarves/ wrapping designs and nothing else? I apologize if this is an offensive question!


  13. Hi Andrea,
    I just came across your lovely colourful site.
    Thought you might be interested in having a look at one of my Polyvore collections (or Polyvore in general). There are lots of groups devoted to scarf wearing and the whole outfit.
    I am Muslim btw & have been covering for 13 years.
    Tip for Nazmin (comments above, not sure how to tag her), I keep a little throw over scarf on a hook by the front door 😉
    Your scarves look lovely; you obviously have a keen eye for style!


  14. Nazmin

    Hi Kirsten
    Tried doing that, but no luck in my high traffic, tiny hall way, the scarf keeps getting lost under a mountain of stuff, plus its eaiser at times jus to keep it on.
    Thanks of the tip, thinking of keeping one with my apron in the kitchen(which is near the main door 🙂


  15. Hi Andrea, I have recently started covering my hair part time but I do bot have volunteer yet. Do you think you could feature some styles that look nice without volumizer?
    Thank you!!!
    Keep being awesome,


  16. Lisa

    Well, I am delighted to find this site, and I’ve already sent a link to my daughter. I’ve been covering my hair for at least 20 years but have never found a style that I liked and that looks good (I have found one that stays put, however). The name of your site is delightful and clever and I look forward to learning more from all your information. Thank you for taking the time to make this resource available! I am curious about where to find tichels, how big they should be, and how one keeps them on. I imagine several of my questions will be answered as I beagle about.


  17. Beverly Peacock

    I am so happy to find your
    web site with all the videos in one place, as I have been hopping around You Tube trying to see as many as possible (yours and others) I have only recently started covering for Church and needed something better than a bandana and your techniques are lovely. It is fun to shop the thrift shops to find a treasure of scarfs in colors I love, but the mixing idea makes it even prettier. That is a big plus since I am older with grey hair and glasses and long grey hair is not appreciated as being pretty. Thank you for helping me learn how to wrap, and especially for the “tips” which covered all my difficulties. Look forward to “following” your generous sharing of ideas. Beverly Peacock


    1. Lana

      Ah, Beverly. Long grey hair can be absolutely gorgeous!

      By all means, revel in your silver locks, whether it’s to let them fly free, or to be curled under beautiful headwraps and scarves. ❤

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  18. Dana

    I love this site, I love how it has brought many women from different religions and cultures together in a type of sisterhood. I was raised as a Christian and over the past 2 years I have been worshiping and identify as a Messianic Jew. I never felt so close to G-d or had a stronger relationship with him. At first I started just covering my long hair just in worship at the synagogue. Now I cover my hair more days of the week than not. The only reason I do not cover everyday is I still get head aches from time to time.
    I watch a video done by Andrea talking about how pretty she felt covering her hair and I would have never thought I would have felt that way but I do. I feel that covering my hair is in a way brought me closer to G-d.

    Thank you Andrea for all you do.


  19. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!! I love your site. It has shown me so much. I had so many scarves and wanted to wrap my hair but never knew how to. Thanks to you I’m getting compliments from so many people. I even have women at my job ask me about my wrappings and want to learn themselves. Andrea, I so appreciate what you do. Keep up the good work. You will be hearing more from me 🙂


  20. Damaris

    Shalom! My name is Damaris, l was born in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. At age of 13 my family moved to the states and we lived there til 2011 when my husband and I (with the help of our havenly father the Almighty) moved back to Puerto Rico with our children. I was brought up as a christian and as an adult I discovered my jewish sephardic roots and became a mesianic jew. I started covering my hair only in service days and on Shabbath, but eventually, during my spiritual growth, I took the decision and began covering my hair in full around 6 months ago and it has been the most incredible experience!!! When I began learning of hair covering, at first it shook me, but in that learnig experience, I prayed and told G-d, that if I was going to cover my hair in full I wanted to look beautiful. Not only because I have a husband that was used to a wife that always liked to take care of her hair, but also for my chlidren. I wanted them to look at me, and feel that I did not become religious but a true servant of the most high. After that prayer, I went on the internet and found you on youtube. To me it was an amazing discovery!! Instantly, I fell in love with your style!! Your videos and ideas has helped me find my inner beauty and the true queen that I am. I have found my own style and I have a wide collection of scarf, that my daughter and I share. My husband loves my hair wrapping, and my children as well. I recive a lot of compliments, but also wierd looks!! That doesn’t surprise me at all! Wrapunzel and I have helped the sisters of my congregation to feel and love hair wrapping. We want to obey and do mitzvah, but also feel beautiful and find the true queens that we are and thanks to you, we all have found it!!! Thank you again, for your effort and to be the vessel that G-d has used to get to us!!!! Many bleesing!!


    1. This may sound crazy, Damaris,but I’ve been looking for my dear friend from High School with your name, also born in Puerto Rico, that I lost touch with over 20 years ago. Did you live in Duluth, MN while you were in the States? Please, please contact me if you did! I have thought of my friend often, and wondered how and where she is….


      1. Damaris

        Hi, Cyndy Chase-Bake, Sorry, but, I’m not the Damaris that you are looking for, I lived in Philadelphia, PA. and then moved to Florida. Hope that you can find her!! Shalom.


  21. Hi there! I really like your how-to’s. I’m german and live in egypt. I wrap my hair when I go out, but after almost 8 years it’s kind of frustrating, to know only like 2 ways. So your videos are a really good help. I wrap my hair like a bun (cause its about 90cm long), but with the hair inside the scarf and then everything together gets twistet up to a bun and due to the curling it stays where it should be on the back of your head.
    Could you post more photos to each video. Not everybody has a fast internet connection able to watch videos. With some extra photos, you can get a first look if you like this style and want to watch the whole video. The best about your videos is das you do not need any clips, pin, needles etc. to hold everything in place.

    Could you do a video where you show how to make flowers out of scarfes??
    in egypt the hairdresser makes bridal/party wrappings that look like a real flower. They take like a not seen underscarf in beige or so to simply cover the hair, in the middle they put a long colored scarf matching the dress (kike in your videos with a knot in the neck or folding it around your head and secure it with pins), on top a very small colormatching square tulle scarf with lots of glitter in it (almost like fairy dust 🙂 ) and THEN the magic happens, they twist it with some pins and then you have flowers in your scarf. but they keep it as a real secret.

    So THIS would be awesome if you can unlock this secret 🙂

    oh and these awesome monster buns of these saudi-arab women with like a second head hidden in the scarf 😀


  22. Annasarah Richard

    I’m so thankful that I stumbled on this site. My name is Annasarah and last year I started to cover my hair. I felt the strong need to cover my hair by wearing hats,but didn’t fully cover my hair until I was married. My husband was fine with me covering my hair when I asked him, and he said he was, so after then is when I started covering full time. I actually received a lot of negative comments and people started asking if I was muslim( I’m actually UPC). I didn’t realize so many people cover and I’m glad to know I’m not alone. I have come to appreciate other ladies who cover and any negative thoughts that I may have had before are all gone. Covering the hair is another way of modesty and is a great source of empowerment . It’s so nice to see the other comments, and the great wrap styles, I’m so very excited and can’t wait until I get my new scarves that I ordered of your website. Thanks again for letting us all know that we are not alone. Oh and a side note for those who want to start wrapping but whom are afraid…. Go for it. At first I was scared, and in my setting there are not many that agree with my stance, but I did it anyway and I’m glad i did. God bless my beautiful WRAPUNZEL friends.


  23. I found this blog via Pinterest, as I’m always looking for something new to do with my hair, as long as it doesn’t involve it touching my face (drives me nuts!). I find the scarves and wraps so beautiful, and am working up the courage to wear them out of the house (odd, I know, especially since I’m not a timid person in general). Thanks for posting all of these!


  24. Hanna

    So all monotheistic religions actually encourage covering hair….any inputs on that? I am from a Muslim background, but I am not very practising. Just the link between all these religions fascinate me.


  25. Tabetha Taylor

    Hi Andrea i absolutely love you videos and have seen them all. But since im not married I dont cover, but I would love to so ive been thinking about using a snood. Im Messianic and I’ve have felt very convicted about my head being uncovered.


  26. Ta'ir

    Wow! So impressed by your site and everything you show and write! I am a jewish Chareidi woman, who made aliya 7 years ago. I always loved to wear scarves, but they only came out good very occasionally when I by accident did something right, and I had no clue what it was. Next day I tried it, I looked really weird. I have a drawer full of beautifull scarves, cause I can just not stop buying, but never really know what to do with them, so on ‘dressy’ days ill just throw on my sheitel (wig). Only tonight a friend of mine send me a link of one of your you tube movies, and I cant wait to get started trying all the different styles! Thank you! That you may be zoche to enrich, educate and inspire woman all over the world!


  27. I really enjoy reading your blog. I am a Muslim who doesn’t cover her hair yet I find hair covering/wrapping so beautiful and fascinating. I am in awe of all the different ways a woman can cover her hair, and love the creativity that comes with covering. I’ve also noticed with modesty/covering in general that there becomes a genuine love and appreciation for the way that a woman works textures/colours/fabrics together. It makes a nice change from the physical expectations that the mass media want us to compete with. Keep up the great work. Peace xx

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  28. Thank you so much for your blog, I have always been interested in Religions of all sorts and many require (or request) that women cover their hair (theology and history are a passion of mine). I have always found hair coverings to be beautiful, and being a shy and modest person always wanted to do it and was never brave enough that I could “pull it off.”

    After a horrible accident I was diagnosed with a degenerative nerve condition that causes hair to fall out, and my treatments caused more hair loss. My hair was my only source of confidence since I suffered from a lot of self esteem issues for a long time, and losing it was crippling for me. I started to not want to leave the house, and it was becoming a real issue. Then a friend encouraged me to try wearing a head scarf. I thought hey, can’t be worse than what’s going on now if it doesn’t work! So I went out and bought a scarf and started with the simple twisty bun sort of style. I was HOOKED! I had never felt more confident and secure when leaving the house, and instead of the mockery I expected, I got loads of compliments! Your site has taught me a lot and I know that I will be investing in more and more scarves, and I know more compliments will come.

    You have inspired me to try all sorts of new head wrap styles, and I know that they will help keep me feeling beautiful and confident no matter what happens 🙂 Thank you or Toda lach (hope I spelled that right)

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  29. Komekoro

    First of all, I just want to say thank you for having this amazing website. I recently went on a two week mission trip to Papua New Guinea with my church (Christian – Nazarene), and while there, G-d convicted me that too much of my identity was in my hair. I was blessed to be born with beautiful red hair, and I have always been proud of my red hair, and I identified as a red-head before identifying as a child of G-d. So, as a lesson to me, He told me to buzz my hair. While I have had many hair lengths, from chin to middle of my back, it has always covered my ears. As of five weeks ago, my hair went from shoulder length to about 1/16th of an inch long. Working through this lesson, I felt that a lot of my femininity was taken along with my hair. I was being taught about Identity as a child of the Most High, vanity, and that looks define me a LOT less than I thought they did. But at the same time, I don’t want to look too butch. I am quite the hetero feminine woman, but I didn’t want people to get the wrong idea, especially because only one of my closest female friends identifies as straight (and she lives half way across the USA from me). The other four are queer. I looked at some other tutorials when I got home from PNG, but only now, with the spiritual and emotional care that you put in your videos, and one comment from a children’s pastor today, am I coming to terms with having hair this short. I have not learned as of yet if permanent hair wrapping is what I am called to do, but it is definitely an option that has a certain resonance with me. Thank you for all the support that you give to people through your videos. You have certainly blessed me today.

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  30. Ruth Edwards

    I love you videos on youtube and use them to cover my head..for some reason I have been getting this strong desire to start covering my head..I’m a Christian and believe in long hair but I have gotten away from it..I’m feeling this renewing in my spirit and covering my head is one of them..I think you are such an inspiration to your calling


  31. Nicole

    Hi Andrea. Like many women here, I have been called to begin covering my hair/head. The urge actually started a few years ago when I began Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, which introduced me to the Sikh faith and covering the head…ever since then I have really felt the need to cover, but usually only do it while practicing yoga. I have never felt confident enough to wear a head covering on a daily basis (maybe because I cannot pinpoint an exact reason why I feel compelled to do it). I do not follow any particular religion, and for the last year or so the urge has not been as strong. But I now feel called again to begin covering my hair, for reasons I do not know. I am very grateful to have found your website, and think you have beautiful scarves and head wear and I love your tutorials. I find that I have a hard time with my scarves wanting to fall off, and have just purchased the velvet headband (from your site) to help the scarves stay in place. I sure hope it helps! I look forward to receiving my order! 🙂 Thank you so much for creating this great community!


  32. Carol Rosenberg-Fox

    Hello, just found your website and am excited. I’ve been wearing tichels for the past 15 years and your scarves are beautiful and different. Plus the tutorials are so helpful.
    Do you ship to England?
    Thank you,


  33. Ashley

    Hi! I’m VERY new to all of this; I’m converting Reform, and I have always been interested in the concept of Tznius/Tzniut, and covering my hair–especially now that I’m married. I respect other women who do it and have done it for generations. I’m exploring my Jewishness, my spirituality, and my devotion to G-d in ways I never thought possible. I wanted to say that I’m so grateful that your website and your tutorials exist, because I’m doing this all on my own and have no one to ask for advice!


    1. Diane

      While I haven’t embraced hair covering as yet, my dear friend Harriet is undergoing chemo. She is a magnificent woman, artist, goldsmith, person. I sent her your website because she is currently using a scarf to cover the ravages of the barbarism that will save her life. I believe she will be intrigued by the beauty and creativity you bring to tichels. Who knows? You may soon get photos of us both adorned by your beautiful scarves and accessories.


  34. Rachel

    Hi Andrea. I love your fashion style, especially how well your tichels match your outfits! My family is moving from sunny California to the east coast (new jersey) in 2 weeks and I was wondering if you could reccomend great clothing places to shop. I’m totally clueless.
    Thanks a mill!

    P.S. Thanks for the fabulous hair wrapping ideas! I frequently get compliments on my tichels and direct them to your fabulous site.


  35. Andrea,

    Thank you so much to you and the ladies behind this site and store. I am a muslim woman living in the US that choose to wear my scarf (hijab) at 21. After 15 years of wearing it I am starting to struggle with the decision and was getting weaker. I happened upon your site last night and your strength, conviction and belief in the head covering strengthened my own faith and assured me of my decision. I believe God sends us signs to help us stay strong on our path towards Him, and I am grateful he sent me this group of Jewish women that cover so beautifully to show me the way. This part of our faith (the head covering) is engrained in all the Abrahamic faiths and I am grateful that there is a site that is welcoming to all women that choose to cover, regardless of their religious backgrounds.

    With Love and Peace,
    Shalom Aleichem, Assalamu Alaykum


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  36. Melissa

    Hi Andrea,

    Thank you for making and sharing your video tutorials! They have been so helpful and your attitude is so encouraging!

    I decided to explore different head coverings at the beginning of this summer. I have a few reasons for doing this, but the biggest is that I wanted another (quick and comfortable) way to get my hair off of my face and out of my way besides a ponytail, braid (something I’m still really struggling to do on my own), or a bandanna. Obviously, the options I’ve been using are very limited, so I looked on YouTube for something different. That’s when I discovered that there are so many beautiful ways to cover your hair with scarves!

    Since I’m only just beginning my head covering journey, I’m still learning about the different styles that are out there. So far, I’ve been enjoying your videos of tichel tying (I’m trying the basic ones for now!), and I also found a symmetrical-looking style of hijab that I like. I’ve gotten a few scarves (Noteworthy being my first viscose tichel), and am afraid of the addiction I may have unleashed. (I knew I was in trouble when I decided to get all the other colors available for it – even a color I normally NEVER wear, lol.)

    P.S.-I have a question for you, if you see this: do you have any suggestions/advice for styles that work better than others while playing cello? I don’t know if pegs go after scarves, but they sure do love to attack my hair……

    Once again, thank you for sharing your wonderful advice and smile with all of us!


  37. Lisa R

    Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful videos. I appreciate your creativity and generosity in using your time this way. I am preparing to deal with the loss of hair due to chemo treatments and am eager to put into practice some of your great ideas.


  38. Eden A. Perlman

    I love this blog! I am Jewish but unmarried (and will remain so!) but wrap for personal modesty and religious beliefs. I was in a serious accident years ago and lost part of an arm, so wrapping with one hand got tricky. Your tutorials have helped a lot!

    -Eden Perlman


  39. hvanderhorst

    Hi there

    Thank you so much for this website! I’ve recently started covering, and here in Holland it’s not seen at all among Christians. (Except for hats in the conservative denominations) I was blessed with a Jewish colleague who showed me some scarf-wrapping techniques and pointed me to this blog.
    Although it’s not easy being so different here, your blog is a huge encouragement for me!

    Thank you!


  40. Debra

    I adore this website! I am a Christian, African American woman. I live in Denver, CO. I wear headwraps as cultural identity, fashion and mostly as a way to protect my hair from the harsh dry climate here in the rockies. I was looking for alternative styles and came across this site. It’s wonderful. I greatly appreciate this community.


  41. Kreina Clement

    Thank you, Andrea!
    I am very happy I found your website.
    My name is Kreina Clement, I am originally from Moscow, former Soviet Union, I left Russia in 1990. I became Baalas Teshuvah in early 1980-ies through Chabad, while still in Moscow.
    Since 1885 I cover my hair. I wore shaitles most of the time, but never really felt, that it is mine cup of tea. I have two Milano European hair ones, but I think I do not look or feel myself in them.
    When I tried your shaper, I understood what I was missing all these years! I feel I found a new true me.
    I got several orders from your website, and I love everything I got so far!
    Being an artist also helps, because it gives me endless possibilities to create something new everyday.
    Thank you again, I am very happy to join Wrapunzel community!


    1. Lisa Wilkins

      Hi Andrea, thanks for adding me. I am so excited to have found Wrapunzel and to be a part of this community.
      I have recently been diagnosed with Lupus and as a result I lost my hair. I had initially considered buying a wig but instead I searched for ideas how to wrap my head with scarves. After stumbling on the many videos and tutorials produced by Wrapunzel I want to embrace the art of wrapping my head instead of buying a wig.
      I now have a wardrobe of scarves and accessories so let’s see how creative I can be. Thanks Andrea and the Wrapunzel Ladies for setting my feet to the path of wrapping.


  42. vicky

    I enjoy your videos and watched a couple of them are used to cover for religious reasons I choose to put in my hair for my own purposes now a lot of religion say a woman should cover her hair
    you’re a Canadian and you live in the United States that even Americans choose to cover their hair

    I know that woman as opposed to cover the head but a lot of them now choose to wear wigs personally I don’t understand that I think it’s really good that you’re choosing to Cover your hair
    it’s nice that you decided to be coming A Palestine/Israel Citizen

    I missed to say I think your headscarf looks very very beautiful where would you get something like that from


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