History of Head Wrap
Headwraps or Head tie or Enkesha.
Headwrap is an important phenomenon in African culture for women and a symbol of cultural fashion. Headwrap originated in sub-Saharan Africa and it was used for spiritual purposes and to protect the head from the sun.
They also use it as a symbol to represent a woman’s status to show, if she is single or married or a widow. In some African culture men used head wrap too.