A twist type hair band made of West African fabric. Since the fabric is not washed, the wax coating remains. It feels like it was crispy at first, but it gets softer as you use it repeatedly. Also, please note that the wax coating will fall off when you wash. The fancy hair band is recommended as an accent for simple coordination. The width of the band is not too large and easy to use. ■ Fabric: 100% cotton (made in West Africa) ■ Size: Inner circumference 55 cm ~, width 9 cm ※ Please avoid washing with white clothing, as it will lose some color when washing. Please use the net. If you are concerned about discoloration, please use a mild detergent. It is derived from batik of the traditional dyeing method transmitted to Java in Indonesia. African wax prints are made of batik dyed by the colonized Dutch in the 1900s. West Africa is one of the Dutch colonies, and because it was popular locally, it began exporting from the Netherlands to West Africa. Today, most African wax prints have moved to digital printing, making them stronger and brighter than batiks. The African wax print we buy in South Africa is of 6 yard (about 5 m), and there is only one pattern stock in the fabric shop, It is a rare thing.