How To Wrap a Quick Weave Bob at Night
How To Wrap a Quick Weave Bob at Night? There’s absolutely nothing like that great feeling of having your luscious new bundles installed, all popping in their glory.
Until it’s time to go to bed, and suddenly you’re freaking out about keeping that fresh look maintained during the night (and all the other nights to come!
Despite all of that help, I can’t get my hair to wrap smoothly or stay in place. So imagine my great joy when I discovered cross wrapping.
I came across cross wrapping by reading some other relaxed hair blogs. One of those bloggers also had trouble with doing a traditional wrap so she started cross wrapping.
This got my attention because I could relate. Another blogger noticed her hair thinning on the side she wrapped her hair when using a traditional wrap. This made her switch to cross wrapping.
What is cross wrapping?
So what is cross wrapping you may ask? It’s an alternative to the traditional way of wrapping your hair. Instead of wrapping all your hair across your head, the hair is parted down the middle and each half is wrapped around the back of the head in opposite directions. This allows your hair to lie in a more natural position.
Benefits Of Cross Wrapping A Quick Weave Bob At Night?
- The benefits of cross-wrapping include
- It’s easier than regular wrapping
- It straightens out kinks, bends, and dents that can sometimes result from updos
- The hair isn’t being pulled or manipulated against its growth pattern
- Less tension is placed on ends and edges
- A comb or brush isn’t needed
- Hair doesn’t end up looking really flat the next day
Disadvantages Of Cross Wrapping A Quick Weave Bob At Night?
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The key disadvantage of cross-wrapping is
- Repeatedly parting the hair in the middle can cause some tension and breakage in the area
How Do I Cross Wrap A Quick Weave Bob at Night?
To start I gather the items I use to cross wrap my hair
- To start I gather the items I use to cross wrap my hair
- Comb to fully detangle my hair
- Bobby pins, hairpins, or hair clips to hold my hair in place
- Satin scarf or hair wrap to wrap my hair
- If I feel my hair is feeling dry and needs a moisture boost I’ll use a leave-in conditioner and natural oil to moisturize and seal my hair.
Now For How I Actually do The Cross Wrap:
I moisten my hair and detangle first with my fingers. Then I finish up with my comb.
2. Part my hair
Using my fingers I part my hair down the middle of my head making two pigtails.
3. Pin one side one up
I take one side and pin it up on the opposite side of your head. Secure with a hairpin or two.
4. Pin the other side up
I take the other side and secure it to your head with a hairpin.
5. Tie on satin scarf/wrap
I take the satin scarf and wrap it around my head. Then I secure it tightly, but not too tight, so it stays on at night.
6. Remove hairpins
I do this so they don’t leave any dents or kinks in my hair. Plus I can avoid the potential of them digging into my scalp while I sleep.
How To Wrap a Quick Weave Bob at Night Cross Wrapping Your Hair
What’s been your experience with cross wrapping?