Teeny Weeny Twists : Week #1

3:05 PM

I never thought I'd say this, but I like these twists more than my braids. They're alot easier to put in and I'm sure they'll be a breeze to take down (compared to taking down my braids).  To protect my twists at night I cover the top of my head with one of my hubby's old wave caps.  The wave cap or do-rag, as some like to call it, keeps and short strands laid down and fuzzies at bay.  Then I protect the ends my satin bonnet and to sleep I go.

As far as styling goes, I haven't had a chance to play around with it too much.  After putting all these twists in I really don't feel like being bothered with my hair at all.  Most of the time I just let them hang loose or if I'm in the house I just keep my scarf/bonnet on.  When I did put a little effort into it here's what I came up with....

Messy Updo

An easy style to do that requires no bobby pins and didn't create stress for my edges.

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  1. How long does it usually take you to put the twists in?

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  2. @whunlove Usually 3 to 5 days, it all depends on how much time i have and how many breaks I take.

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  3. Is there a certain patter you have when putting them in or you just start twisting I want to try this weekend and want to know how you went about it? I love your hair by the way!!!

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  4. I start from the back on an angle and just work my up...The next time I do them I do a tutorial

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  5. Do you co-was while twisted?

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  6. Did you ever post the tutorial for putting in the twists? I'd love to see it because your twists always look so neat!

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