New styles guide to tying Nigerian traditional head tie (gele)

For we Nigerian women, the gele (head tie) is our crown and a reflection of our personality. This means that the head tie functions the same way as any fashion accessory as such, you should not settle for the traditional way of tying your gele – explore new and creative ways of tying this age old cultural expression and let it speak about your personality without you uttering a word! – oh yes!

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SECOND STYLE YOU COULD TRY

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14 thoughts on “New styles guide to tying Nigerian traditional head tie (gele)”

  1. Nice post! Am a Nigerian, a makeup artist. Love ur traditional head ties. Want to learn more from you. Keep the good work up! Kudos

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    1. Thanks for the comment. I’m constantly working at putting a new twist to this Nigerian classic so every head tie is unique and fresh

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  2. The gele styles are lovely. I have tried it myself and it looked so beautiful. And some of my friends copied me at a recent wedding ceremony. Thanks Ene, thumbs up……..

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