For many people around the world, the headscarf is a personal choice, whether spiritual, cultural, practical or fashion. Tying a piece of cloth around one's is neither specific for a group of people nor is specific for a gender. The only cultural aspects of a headwrap is in the fabric and/or design you choose to wear.
For example, being of the African decent specifically Nigerian, headwraps called 'gele'(most of the time made with stiff material called "aso oke") are often worn. Although I used to hate wearing it, I however, loved seeing my mother look like a queen in it. As I grew up, I grew to " embraceit and even love that it's glimmering metallic fabric made women look glamorous and feminine.
Like the African woman, the African American woman also wears head-wraps like a queen would wear a crown. During slavery times, the head wrap was seen as an helmet of courage that paid homage to Africa.
Nowadays, the head wrap is common amongst females of all ages, cultures, and religions. Natural or permed, most especially on "wash days" (like I'm doing in the photos). It makes you look well put together and brings out your face, at least that's why I wear it. Why do you wear a headwrap?