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How To: “Twist Out on a Twist Out” on Natural Hair

Hey Sistas! Here’s my updated Twist Out natural hair tutorial! This is pretty much my hair regimen throughout the entire week. I like maintaining my hair like this because it keeps my ends stretched, my hair moisturized and I don’t have to do much with it, especially since my hair is getting longer. I started doing this routine near the beginning of this year and I’ve definitely found it a lot easier to manage my hair. Lets get started!

Products Needed:

  • Spray Bottle filled with water
  • Coconut Oil or oil of your choice
  • Leave-In Conditioner
  • Twisting product of your choice
  • Satin bonnet

The Process:

Step 1: Start with freshly washed hair and apply your leave-in conditioner
Step 2: Section your hair in the way you want your twists to lay
Step 3: Take out a medium sized section of hair and spray it with water
Step 4: Finger detangle and add the twisting product to your hair
Step 5: Begin two strand twisting your hair and when you get to the bottom, wind the hair until it has no choice but to curl and knot the ends of your hair. The bigger the twist, the harder it may be to knot the ends of your hair. It can also be a little more difficult with freshly trimmed ends. If you’re confused about this step, make sure you watch the video for more details
Step 6: Repeat steps 3-5 around your entire head. Make sure to sleep with a satin bonnet at night
Step 7: When taking down the twists the next day, be sure to carefully unwind the knot at the bottom and separate the twists
Step 8: Fluff your hair in order to achieve your preferred look
Step 9: At night, repeat steps 3-5, but instead of medium sized sections, you can make the twists larger. You will probably end on with 12-15 twists
Step 10: The next morning, add your oil to your fingers and gently separate the twists
Step 11: Use a hair pick to fluff out your hair and achieve the desired volume

When you re-twist your hair after the third day, you might want to finger detangle, spray your hair with water, add a little leave-in conditioner and oil to provide moisture to your hair.

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That’s it! Let me know if you end up trying this regimen in the comments or in The Sistahood Forum! And subscribe to our YouTube channel to view more videos and stay updated on new uploads!


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Written by Toni

Toni is the middle sister in My Natural Sistas. She enjoys sharing natural hair tips, styles and her passion for living a Vegan lifestyle

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