busted twists another day so I took them down on Friday. Good grief. I don't have any pics of how those joker janks looked on day seven but trust me when I say I was looking right rough. I wore those twists for a total of seven days. Not bad. Here are the results:
To take down my twists, I just coated my fingers lightly with coconut oil and gently unraveled my twists starting at the bottom. I made sure my ends were coated in the coconut oil and my hair magically separated into the two separate strands and it was easy as pie from there.
I used a new product, a twisting cream from Mozeke (Babassu Twisting Cream) and I also used a little bit of Oyin burnt sugar pomade. Something made my twists look a little dusty.
I'm not going to blame either product because I can't pin point which one it was, but one of the two left my hair looking chalky. That's why I hate trying out new products or techniques right before a special event: you never know how the end result will be. It's always a gamble so I try not to do it too often. But I will say this though: between my Worlds of Curls and the Oyin and Mozeke, my hair was feeling goodt!
So yeah, I took the twists down Friday, Foreign Exchange concert on Sunday....that was smart. I didn't know if I wanted to put in more twists on Saturday to take down on Sunday or to just put some twists in and keep them in.
Random as heck: old but new to you butterfly hair clip. Yo! Remember when these were hot in the late 90's? I'm still stuck in the 90's because I loved it so much so I'm trying to bring these back with everything else. Don't hate.
I'm outie (more 90's slang for ya, I see you giving me the side eye)
Foreign Exchange Concert Flix next on deck
And also a new transitioning product for people who are considering going natural that will make you go hmmmm.....