NaturallyLeslie, a fellow blogger and curly friend recently tried a tricked out version of the Twist-n-Curl with fantabulous results! For those of you that have had less than stellar results with my version, this may be the remedy! Check her out (click on images to enlarge):
Hello all! I love my two strand twists and twist outs but I wanted to try something different this time around. So, I decided to try out Curly Nikki’s signature style- the one and only Twist-N-Curl! I have tried it before on wet hair but this was the first time trying it on dry hair. I bought these bigger rollers (perm rods really) at the beauty supply store. Before rolling, I wet the ends with a spray leave-in conditioner and sealed them with my CocoShea mix.
I slept in those huge rollers overnight (was not an easy task!) and when I awoke, these were my results!
For more Naturally Leslie, check out her blog, HERE.
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dry twist out and braid outs are def the way to go. When I do the on wet hair, my 4a APL natural hair shrinks up to my chin. Done dry, my hair hangs nicely to the shoulders with nice sotness and sheen.
I love her look! The twist are rockin!
this is the method i use. it looks great.
super nice and pretty!
*Sigh* When am I ever going to have hair long enough to twist and set? Thanks for the tip Leslie. Your hair does look lovely. I'll definitely try this method in …a few years maybe : )
omg!!! i love it!!!
My hair was wet when I twisted it and I let it dry. I wore the twists for a few days, pinned up in different updos. Then before I untwisted them, I re-sealed the ends and rolled. HTH!
Looks great! I need to try this because the wet version turns out terrible on me.
You started from dry twists, right?
Did you twist with wet or dry hair initially?