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A Recipe for Dry Twist-Out Massiveness

By January 27th, 202111 Comments
Remember Traci?! She’s back and with even more hair porn:

A Recipe for Dry Twist-Out Massiveness


1. Scalp massage with brahmi, rosemary, bhringaraj oil mix
2. Conditioner wash and detangle with Herbal Essences Hello Hydration
3. Leave that in, and add bottom of the bottle remnants of Aubrey Organics Honey Suckle Rose, and Aubry Organics Protein Balance for a deep treatment with heat
4. Detangle and wash out conditioner, then twist with Renpure My Pretty Hair Is Parched conditioner, coconut oil, and Miss Jessie’s Stretch Silkening Creme (I’m no great fan of MJ products, but bought this on a whim, so I’m trying to use it up. Plus, in small amounts, it doesn’t suck for hold)
1. After wearing twist-out for the day, fingercomb/brush lightly
2. Re-twist with Qhemet Burdock Root Butter Cream
3. Spritz twists with mix of water and Aussie Hair Insurance Leave-in
1. Release twists
2. Get damn near blown away by the wind for approximately two New York City blocks

3. Waahlaa! Massiveness.

A Recipe for Dry Twist-Out Massiveness

Click HERE for her dry braid-out results!


  • Curly Chic says:

    Beautiful hair! I want this when I grow up :)
    Something else for me to try…thanks for sharing. It reminds me of Traci Ellis Ross hair, who I love also!
    Tammy G

  • Tray says:

    Thanks y'all! The ayurvedic thing is just something I'm trying — I noticed the last time I straightened that my hair was a little thinner in the front, so I'm just trying to get it back into fighting shape. From what I've ready the ayurvedic oils are good for strengthening and thicken.

    So I'll keep y'all posted on how it's going.

    @Anonymous: So coincidental you asked about the end curling! For the longest I'd been using a rod or flexi roller on the end and had the exact same issue — funky shaped curls. So recently (like last week), I decided to just let my ends curl on their own and I like the results MUCH better. Definitely not as stretched, but at least the curl is uniform.
    (I still do throw a curler or two in the front since it's much straigter there).

  • Erika says:

    I just wanted to let you know of some items that I'm wanting to get rid of if you're interested.

    V05 Moisture Milk Conditioner Passion Fruit Smoothie "New Never Used"
    Fruit of the Earth 100% Aloe Vera Gel 12oz Bottle "85% Full"
    Pro Wrap Large End Wraps "98% Full"
    Magnetic Rollers with the Clips different sizes/colors 75+ pieces "Used only Once"
    Protective Mist Bodifier by Taligah Waajid "85% Full"
    Vienna Hair Collection B. Marley Pony Lenth `19 inches
    Have 2 Brand New Bags "Never Used" to be used if you're wanting to put in some Kinky Twists.
    Pink Crotched Hat with Flower Attached on It New/ever Used
    Afro Detangler Pick Comb New Brought "2", only need "1"
    B & B Oil Moisturizer Hair Lotion with Castor Oil and Aloe Bottle 12oz "85% Full",
    Good Product but still have another hair lotion that I need to finish up.

    If anyone is interested in these please let me know you can email me

  • Anonymous says:

    beautiful hair!

  • Anonymous says:

    great hair and thanks for the regimen but there are just too many different products in this list.

  • TiYa says:

    please share on how your ayurdevic herb regimen is faring…pretty good from the looks of it

  • Anonymous says:

    what do u use the ayurdevic herbs for? if its a recipe, pls share

  • SaBrina says:

    Wow your hair is gorgeus, you are definitely Curlynikki hair twin for sure. If only my hair was this length w.o all the shrinkage lol.. Thanks for showing your techinque and hair with us.

  • Anonymous says:

    gorgeous hair! I'll be trying this over the weekend fasho!

  • T.Turner says:

    Ahh, I'm a natural Traci too! Same spelling and everything. Don't get to encounter many Traceys at all let alone a "Traci". My hair is not as huge as yours though! I've seen you in some other posts as well. Sooo glad to see that your hair is still big, stylin' and thrivin'. (^_^)

  • Anonymous says:

    Your hair looks very healthy and lovely. DO you put anything on the ends to curl them? My hair looks like the same type as yours and I found out recently that it (for some reason) does much better being allowed to curl on its own rather than putting a curler/rod on the ends. I tried using curlers, rods, flexirods on the ends and every time I took them out the next morning, the ends looked weird/bent/nonuniform. So, now I twist/braid to the end , spray water and dab a little coconut oil on the ends and let them dry/shrink/curl up on their own. It looks so much better. I guess my crazy ass hair just wants to be free.

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