As promised, here are the photos of my first Twist N’ Curl. I decided to do it at night, and started off with a DT using the Pantene Pro-V Relaxed and Natural Mask. I used my heat cap for about 45 minutes and washed it out. I applied Devacurl and Jessicurl to my hair and started to twist, using your methods. I don’t think I used enough of the products and will try more next time for better hold of my hair. I used SIF to seal my ends, and when I woke up I used Shea butter on my dry ends and fluffed away. It was a bit frizzy as day 2 and 3 came, and I believe I needed more conditioner in it, but I used a little SIF throughout which took a little bit of the frizz away. I wore the style for 4 days and although it became pretty frizzy it still didn’t look that HORRIBLE (well at least not to me). I’m sure I will get the hang of it with a few more tries, I’m just happy to give my hair a break from wash n’ go for awhile.
The first 3 pics are Day 1 hair, and the last two (in the blue shirt) are Day 2 hair.
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