Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email OMG. I love this girl’s hair. Her signature style, the three strand twist-out is FIERCE. Watch and learn! MsKelabug‘s Three Strand Twists Tags:Curly NikkiCurlyNikki Vids- How-to PictorialsDown and OutStylin' and Profilin'
I love it! So cute and sassy, but it will take a minute for me to learn how to do it! Still trying to learn how to do the two strand flat twist!! 😉
Very cute. Does this also stretch the hair? Where can I purchase Design Essentials products?
This is too cute!!! And the color just males it POP!!! I have to master the three strand twists first but I will be trying this soon!!!
So cute…..but I can't 3 strand twist! I'm going to need watch again and practice. This looks like a good winter style….to replace my WNG.
Jaw just dropped!
Can't wait to try this!
I wonder if this works with senegalese twists? Or do you have to do the 3 strand for this affect? I guess I'll have to experiment.
Her hair is off the hook! I'm definitely going to try this soon! Thank you for posting!
Darn, I'm at work and they blocked youtube! Got to wait until I get home to check out the look. I love my 2 strand flats, so I am curious about the 3 strand!
I do three strand twists ALL THE TIME now, and my twist outs are ridiculously awesome. It took a little bit of time to get used to twisting three strands instead of braiding them, but now, I can do them just as quickly as I could do two strand twists. I find the look of my curls to be much, much better after a three strand twistout than they do with a two strand twistout or a braidout.
Her curls look amazing!
Wow!! I need this style in my life. lol. I've always wondered what 3-strand twists were. I'm a hardcore wash n'goer, but this style right here, I'm going to have to try.
Three strand twists are simple once you get the hang of them. Separate the section you are twisting into three, as you would for a plait or a braid,and then twist by leading with the right most strand and crossing it over the middle strand. You are always twisting the left and right strands together like a piece of yarn. It is now second nature to me, and the only type of twist that I like to see. When your hands get accustomed to doing it, it's second nature, and the finished twist holds together better than a two strand twist.
whats the difference between a 3 strand twist and a braid?
I can't wait to try this! I'm going to let my hair grow out a little bit more first though.
This is gorgeous, I think I have found my graduation hairstyle. Now comes the coordination it takes to do those twists! lol
Her hair is gorgeous!!