The G-Wrap is a newly patented* hair wrap design. The G-Wrap is
made of the highest quality of luxurious stretch nylon fabric and is
perfect for wrapping your hair while sleeping. The G-Wrap's
design keeps it secured to your head. Whether you wear your hair
natural, relaxed or curled. The G-Wrap's unique original design is
beautiful as well as functional.
The G-Wrap's unique design minimizes
hairline breakage, thinning and
baldness along the hairline and temples. This problem is called
traction alopecia and can be quite serious and cause permanent hair
loss. Unlike most hair wraps or scarves that usually slide around
and rub on the hairline causing friction and subsequent hairline
breakage, the G-Wrap forehead bands sit below the hairline. (When
using the G-Wrap be sure to keep the forehead band on your forehead and
away from the fragile hairline). It stays on the forehead all
night, so there is no friction on the hairline. It is not
necessary to tie the G-Wrap very tight, just snug enough for the band
to remain on the forehead. You will get a good night sleep because you
hardly know it's there.
G-Wrap is a great value. It is designed to last a very long time.
Quality control goes into every hair wrap, from highest quality,
lightweight soft, breathable 100% nylon fabric to the attractive nylon
with lycra stretch lace. Each of our hair wrap must meet strict
quality manufacturing standards. It is machine washable and
dryers safe. But to provide special care for your G-Wrap, just
hand wash it like you would your fine lingerie.
- Won't shift or fall off
- Decreases hair breakage
- Reduces loss of natural oils
- Promotes healthy hair growth
- Give smooth, manageable hair
- 100% Nylon with Lycra stretch band
- Reduces daily use of hot irons allowing hair to grow
- Stretch lace band is fashionable and keeps the wrap secure
G-Wrap Color Chart
* Patent# D610,782 S
100% Nylon body with Lycra Stretch Band
- When applying scarf be sure to place stretch lace forehead band at mid-forehead (or slightly above the eyebrows).
- Crisscrossing ties in the back is ideal to protect hairs at the nape of the neck.
- If fabric slips and ties tend to slide back, try tying the ties at back of neck first before bringing across front.
- To reduce hair breakage at nape don't tie on bare skin at neck, but bring ties upward slightly so that the bottom of the scarf is under the ties before typing at neck. This will also reduce excess fabric in the scarf if it is too big.
- Apply scarf snuggly. But, do not over tighten