Sego geles are named after the town of Sego in Oyo State, Nigeria, where they were first made. The town is known for its production of high-quality fabrics, and sego geles are considered to be some of the finest in the country. This free video lesson teaches you apt techniques in tying the sego gele.
A pleated gele is a stylish and traditional headwrap commonly worn by women in various African cultures. It is a beautifully folded and sculpted fabric that is skillfully wrapped around the head to create an elegant and sophisticated look.
The pleating technique adds volume, dimension, and a unique touch to the gele, making it a statement accessory for special occasions such as weddings, cultural events, or festive celebrations. With its intricate folds and stunning designs, the pleated gele showcases the rich cultural heritage and artistic expression of African fashion.
In this video lesson, you will learn how to tie a pleated gele.
A head turban headwrap is a piece of cloth that is wrapped around the head in a stylish and functional way. It can be used to protect the hair from the sun, to keep the head warm, or to simply add a touch of style to an outfit. Head turban headwraps are available in a variety of colors, patterns, and materials, so there is sure to be one that is perfect for everyone. In these free video lessons you will learn how to tie a Turban Headwrap.
National Occupational Standards for Cosmetology & Beauty Therapy - Level 1
The Level 1 NSQ in Cosmetology is designed for beginners who will practice the act of beautifying the face, hair and skin.
Approved by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) - National Skills Qualification (NSQ), Nigeria.