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TWA Twist-Out 101- Natural Hair Style Tips

By January 27th, 20217 Comments
Skeeta25 provides tips to help you achieve the best twist-outs of your life!

The gorgeous KinkyHairChick teaches us how to make twist-outs last and last!

How do you preserve your twist-outs?

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7 Comments

  • Mama on A Misson says:

    I can't possibly twist my hair up. It unravels. arms start to hurt after awhile. I have a twa, but I have very fine textured hair that doesn't like to stay put. But now all I can do is wear it in a small fro. My twa has been growing, but I can't seem to figure out how to get it to actually curl up properly. It's frustrating, but I still like my do. Just wish I had some variety 🙁

  • Anonymous says:

    Being lazy is not going to keep your hair bouncing and behaving… i love this method beautiful hair is hard work ladies

  • Anonymous says:

    Clever. I'll have to try this once my TWA is longer. ~KF519

  • Anonymous says:

    That seems like too much work!! I'm lazy. I'm a WNG girl, but tried a twist to see the hype.

  • Anonymous says:

    @ Anonymous, I had the same problem with twistouts. I have a TWA the same length as kinkyHairChick but one day I did my twist much smaller and pinned them down. By the time I had about 4 twist, I would remove the pin then wrap them in flexi rods. So basically I had a head full of small twist rolled in flexi's. That helps my hair from unraveling. I take them down the next day usually like the results.
    -Hope this helps

  • Anonymous says:

    I guess I just do not understand twistouts on TWAs. That seems like it takes forever!! Maybe its the texture of my hair or something, but a twist does not work for me. It unravels.

  • Netta Dee says:

    Good idea to not drench your hair its winter takes too long to dry.

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