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Thursday, February 7




Some more tips that work for me:
  1. If you need the basics of a 2 strand twist, watch THIS. It's done dry not wet, but rules the same.
  2. I snip the ends (approx. 1/8inch) of my hair after I twist. I probably need proper trim, but it helps.
  3. Less product in my hair works better and I only apply products in sections.
  4. I pile hair on top of my head (pineapple) and sleep w/ satin bonnet. 
  5. More on products I use here.
I hope this was somewhat helpful, had a lot of people ask for official tutorials. Unfortunately, I don't do videos (time, learning curve etc) but there's many people I can recommend. My regime is the above and has been unchanged for the last couple of years. 

Laters.

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24 comments:

  1. thank u for sharing this process

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  2. How long have you been natural?

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  3. Thanks dear. I washed and moisturized yesterday and I'm two-strand twisting on dry hair today. I can't seem to keep a scarf on through the night though... that is when I even bother to put one on. 18 months natural growth this month (yippieeee)!!!

    I'm going to show my dad your blog today because this morning he said my fro looks like a peacock's fan tail. He's totally enjoying picking on me these days!!! Maybe once he sees your pictures he'll think differently about natural hair.

    Great tip about trimming after twisting. Beautiful as always. Smooches...

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  4. Ahh I wish my hair was this thick. When I twist my hair it never looks like this.

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  5. we have similar hair textures and i've always wondered how you have such a defined outcome! i think the mousse is the difference for me. definitely going to try adding it thanks for this post! about how many twists do you end up with when you're done?

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  6. I love this! I've always envied your hair, so nice to know we use a lot of the same products. Now if I could just get that twist-out down.... ;D

    xx
    Ashlei
    www.kinksarethenewpink.com

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  7. Thank you for sharing! You have the best twist outs on the internets! The coconut mousse and keeping hair wet while twisting was definitely what I was missing out on.

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  8. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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  9. Your hair is so thick and beautiful! You have the best twist outs I've ever seen!

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  10. definitely helpful. i like the use of a pictorial..thanks :)

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  11. How do you wear your hair to go the office?

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  12. Thanks so much for sharing your process with us. Your hair always looks on point. I'm definitely contemplating wearing my hair out, but I need to come up with alternative hair styles.

    Moody Girl In Style

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  13. thank you so much forsharing, now I need to practice twist ;-)

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  14. so appericate this post...ur twist outs always look fresh!

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  15. I also wash in 4 sections! Just wish I had the patience to do individual twists like that! They look great on you though!

    Krystal K.
    The Feisty House
    www.thefeistyhouse.com

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  16. Love your hair and thanks for letting us know the details of your regimen. Simplicity does work.

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  17. OMG! That's all we've wanted. Thanks a million!!!!

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  18. Your defined twist out is EVERYTHING!! I haven't attempted this style in a while but you just inspired me to give a whirl in the near future. Thx :)

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  19. Thank ya. Much appreciated :)

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  20. Thank you!! This is so good! I adore you hair!

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  21. Thank you for the tutorial. I've had my hair in braids for 20 years. Your hairstyle inspires me to leave the braids behind.

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  22. Hi cyn
    Thanks for this, just had a couple of follow up questions if thats ok.
    Just wanted to know how often you wash your hair and how long you usually leave the twists in before unraveling? thanks a lot

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  23. Thank you so much foe sharing this and the video! I always have trouble with the 2strand twist so i'll defo give your methods a go! Thanks :)
    Saadiya x

    www.thatgirlsaadiya.blogspot.com

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