This Christmas and New Year’s season, there are so many weddings to attend, and you might be tempted to always pay someone to tie your head wrap, but we have you covered.
This video covers the woven Yoruba fabric aso oke, as aso oke geles tend to be shorter than Sego. If the aso oke happens to be longer, you can use the sego gele method, as shown in this video – click here.
She also covers the difference between how to tie if you’re right-handed or a leftie, and how to achieve layers.
The video gets very ‘real’ as ‘NEPA’ takes light (the elctricity goes out), and Omolola, the makeup artist, although very experienced, gets tired while doing it herself.
Photo, Makeup and Video: Omolola Shittu | instagram.com/molurlahsmakeover