The Easiest Twistout Ever | Natural Hair

I have never ever has an successful twist out....until now!!

I would scroll through instagram and see all of these amazing images of these fly twist outs and be in awe! I would then watch tons of tutorials and still not be able to achieve the same results, so I gave up! But then the other day I thought let me try this ONE MORE TIME and if it doesn't work. I will resign from my efforts of achieving this hairstyle... and it worked!!!

If you follow me on Snapchat...which you should if you aren't. Once I achieved this hairstyle I was sooooo excited! I don't think you understand how many times I have tried to do this style and failed!! And you know was soooooo easy to do! I really don't know what I was doing before.

Let me break it down step by step.

Some people like to do twist outs on dry hair, which is fine for them,but has never worked for me. I started on freshly shampooed and conditioned hair using Andre Walker Hair, Ultimate Moisture Sulfate-Free Shampoo and TKO Conditioner.

My hair dries quite fast, so I like to have a spray bottle on hand to help keep the hair wet. When the hair is wet, it is easier to mould into shape when it dries. Think of it as setting your hair into place.

Once the hair is wet or damp, detangle the section, then apply your styler of choice. I used Andre Walker Hair's Beautiful Curls Styling Creme. It is light-weight and leaves your hair very soft and fluffy. If you have a tighter curl, you can use the Beautiful Kinks Creme Gelee. Once you have applied the styler, which shouldn't be too much product, you don't want to have flakes throughout your hair. Start to twist the section. The tighter the twist, the tighter the curl!! 

If you have a loose curl that doesn't hold a twist well, like mine, add a perm rod on the end, this will help to create a coiled/curled end. When you have twisted your whole head of hair, it is time to dry. Drying is the most vital part to the success of your twist out. You can either air dry or use a hooded dryer. I prefer a hooded dryer as it helps to cut time and gives a consistent result.

If you don't you will have frizzy parts and your hair will be mis-matched!!

To help prevent frizz when taking the twists out, use Andre Walker Hair's Q-Oil. It helps to smooth the hair down and add shine. Pump a few oils on your hands and start to separate the twists.Make sure you are taking your time when you un-ravel the hair. Slowly separate the twists and smooth the hair down as you do so.

Once all of the twists have been taken out, it is time to fluff,  pick with an afro comb and shape the hair. This part is all about how you want your hair to look. You could leave it as it is, but I love big hair, so I love to fluff and play with it to help create volume and shape.

and that is it!!

Yep it is as simple as that! The great thing is over the next few days, the hair will get bigger and look fluffier!!

Give it a try and let me know how it turned out!!

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