Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Twist Out on Dry Hair

It is not often that I wear my hair out, so whenever I do I try my best to get a few shots of it.  This twist out was a result of throwing in some big twists after I wore this twist out .



 I wore the twists for about 4 days before I unleashed my hair for the twist out.



That is another key element for having a define twist out- let the pattern of the twists "set" by wearing the twists for an extended period of time.




When I put the twists in, I didn't even twist it on wet or damp hair nor did I add anymore product to my hair, I just twisted it.  And as you can see, I still have a very defined twist out.




 So that just goes to show you that it is not necessarily the products that you use, or whether you twist your hair on wet or damp hair that determines if you have a defined twist out.



You can have a defined twist out without all of that.  Not that it doesn't help, because it does, it just isn't "that" necessary. 





So keep that in mind the next time you try a twist out.  If you can't find a product that defines your hair, try keeping your twists in for a few days or a week and see if you finally get a defined twist out.


If you have any questions for me, you can leave them down below.


Ms-gg

6 comments:

  1. So cute. I recently discovered that I can get a well defined twist out if I leave twists in for a few days. I also noticed that I like no-product twist outs better.

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  2. WOW! your twist out is FAB!
    I also let my braids/twist set a few days before I take it down
    Love your hair!!

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  3. Seriously...your twistouts give me life!

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  4. your hair has always been cute! look how fast it grows too~ i'm loc'd up so i couldn't try this.

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