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headwraps, headwrapstyles -

What is your favorite go-to Headwrap style? Well, we want to hear about them! The classic top knot, big bow, turban, the flawless Nefertiti crown or do you like to keep your curls out and have them flowing over? In our experience, for people who are just starting out, the classic bun front top knot style is easy to learn and probably takes less than 45 seconds to tie once you get the hang of it! For more style ideas, check out our tutorials and practice on others or yourself with your Aṣọ Dára headwraps! The more you practice the better...

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blackhistory, blackhistorymonth, headwraps, history -

What does black history month mean to you? Traditionally, here in the United States February is widely known as Black history month. Several companies of all kinds commemorate with a message, create limited edition items, or even host events honoring heroes past and present in black history and the community. However, here at Aṣọ Dára we celebrate African and African American history everyday. From the names we give our products, to the customer service that we strive to excel in, the time is always right to celebrate and discuss black history. As you continue to celebrate this month, take some time out...

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headwraps, kwanzaa, new year -

This past week we celebrated Kwanzaa and in celebration released 7 headwraps, each highlighting a core principle of Kwanzaa. You can find our limited edition wraps in our Season II collection. In the meantime, read more about Kwanzaa and the 7 principles below. Kwanzaa is a cultural holiday that honors and celebrates African heritage in African-American culture first celebrated in 1966 and created by Ronald Karenga. It is an annual celebration that starts on December 26 and ends on January 1. Kwanzaa focuses on Nguzo Saba (principles) of Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kummba, and Imani.  Day 1 Umoja (unity)- to...

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