Enter Our #HeadWrapQueen Giveaway


...Because EVERY Woman WEARS a CROWN

Throughout the entire African Diaspora, headwraps have been a part of black women's hair culture for centuries. In many ways, it has been our CROWN.

To celebrate the women and the culture surrounding vibrant African print headwraps, we created a FREE Instagram Filter. It’s our way of reminding you how special you are, especially during these times. Afterall, every girl, young lady, and woman deserves to wear a crown.

Enter the giveaway below to win ONE vibrant African print headwrap:
One Winner Selected Every Week; Limited Time Giveaway. a Rafflecopter giveaway

Embrace Life with Our Gospel Playlist














Wax & Wonder's Gospel Playlist

During these times, things feel very much out of our control. To help with anxiety, music can help serve as a calming force!

What better music for your Sunday morning than some good ole’ Gospel music?!

We've developed a Playlist with you in mind; you can also check it out on YouTube by clicking here.

·      How Great Thou Art – Penatonix, Jennifer Hudson
·      His Eye Is On the Sparrow – Tanya Blount & Lauryn Hill
·      God Favored Me – Hezekiah Walker
·      Just Don’t Wanna Know – Marvin Winans
·      Take Me to the King – Tamela Mann

Embrace Life: 90s Music Playlist



Wax & Wonder's 90's Throwback Playlist

In today's world of mandatory social distancing due to the Coronavirus outbreak, many have turned to music to keep their spirits up. Whether it's in Italy where folks have joined their voices to sing on their balconies or on Instagram Live with DJs like DNice, Kid Capri and QuestLove, who have been spinning countless hours of hits, music has been used as a unifier and a means to help heal us during these challenging times.

To help you push through our current space, I've put together this 90s Throwback Playlist to help get your through your week.

Letter from Tianna, Our Founder & CEO


To You - Our Fellow Afro-Print Lover,


Since being in business, we have been committed to encouraging our clients to embrace their uniqueness through our bold and vibrant African Fashion styles. Today, we encourage you to use your unique beauty, strength and grace to remain steadfast during this unprecedented and challenging time.


Our hearts are with those who have been affected by COVID-19. We also thank all of you, who are at the frontline of care – doctors, nurses and others helping to provide public services. May each of you be mentally, spiritually and physically well.

Whether you are at home with kids and/or a significant other, or are single and living on your own, or a caregiver to an elderly parent, we would like to hear from you! Engage members of the Tribe in our "Print Rising" Facebook Group – Don’t let this current, temporary norm of social distancing make you feel lonely. Share in the group, and also feel free to email us at hello@waxandwonder.com with ideas on things that would enhance your experience. We do what we do, for you!

NOBODY LIKE ME

DOING IT FOR THE CULTURE: ACCORDING TO WAX & WONDER BRAND AMBASSADORS


For Black History Month, we asked a few of our Brand Ambassadors to shine a spotlight on someone, who is either #doingitfortheculture or has heavily influenced their professional space. Funny enough, they each came up with a woman, which is perfect considering International Women's Day is around the corner. 

Our Ambassadors are storytellers and social entrepreneurs, who are making an impact in their local U.S communities and throughout the Black Diaspora.

Here's what Tyler said:


"As a woman of color looking to be in the beauty industry, it was hard to find people that looked like me as forms of inspiration. That is until I discovered Jackie Aina!