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Curly Nikki

Three Strand Twist-n-Curl!

By January 27th, 202115 Comments

15 Comments

  • Tracee Turner says:

    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!! 😉

  • Anonymous says:

    Very cute. Does this also stretch the hair? Where can I purchase Design Essentials products?

  • NaturallyME says:

    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!!!

  • CurlyTonya says:

    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.

  • Anonymous says:

    Jaw just dropped!

    Can't wait to try this!

  • Anonymous says:

    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.

  • Anonymous says:

    Her hair is off the hook! I'm definitely going to try this soon! Thank you for posting!

  • Pecancurls says:

    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!

  • Gloria says:

    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!

  • AfroIsland says:

    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.

  • Jax says:

    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.

  • Anonymous says:

    whats the difference between a 3 strand twist and a braid?

  • TiAnna Mae says:

    I can't wait to try this! I'm going to let my hair grow out a little bit more first though.

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  • Anonymous says:

    This is gorgeous, I think I have found my graduation hairstyle. Now comes the coordination it takes to do those twists! lol

  • Precious Henshaw says:

    Her hair is gorgeous!!

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