Thursday, 21 November 2013

How To Make Your Natural Hair Twist Out Last Longer

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Hi Ladies!
          Today I'm gonna be sharing tips on how to make your twist out which is one of the simplest natural hair styles last longer.

1. Make smaller twists
This is a sure fine way to help make curl definition and also help make sure your twist out last longer.

2. Oils or Butters
Use a natural oil or butter to your twists to cut down on frizz while unraveling.

3. Refreshing the twist out
If you're too lazy to take down or re-twist,apply a light leave-in and twist your hair into larger sections at night and unravel your hair in the morning.

4. Silk Bonnet or Silk Scarf
Sleep with a silk bonnet/scarf/pillow with a silk pillow case to help minimize frizz and breakage.

5. Wet Hair
Twist with a cream-based product so it can seal in moisture if your hair is wet. By doing this, it will also help you to lock in definition for a longer period of time.

6. Dry Hair
Make sure your hair is completely dry before taking out your twists for a more defined look that will last longer.

If everything else fails, the African Naturalistas Twist and Curl Pudding is here to the rescue

 Till next time

Stay Beautiful
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4 comments :

  1. I usually just do the wash and go these days when i have my fro out cos i am lazy with twist out but i see there's no short cut to a nice looking and longer lasting one :-)

    I'll try smaller twist out and see how it goes.

    Thanks for sharing,

    www.stylefash25.blogspot.com

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  2. Oils and Butters cannot twist of my hair, cos if its texture. Only puddings and gels work for me. The pineapple method is also known to work wonders. Maybe you can write about that in another post.

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  3. can i try out this style while transitioning, will it work out?

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