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How To: Chunky Twist Out on Short Natural Hair

Hey Sistas! This is a very easy tutorial on how to achieve a super cute chunky twist out on short natural hair. Lets get started!

Products Needed:

  • Wide-tooth Comb
  • Leave In Conditioner
  • Olive Oil
  • Twisting product of your choice

The Process:

Step 1: Start with freshly washed hair that has been sectioned off
Step 2: Start with the first section in the front of your head and grab a medium to large portion of your hair, apply the leave in conditioner, olive oil and styling product and detangle with your wide-tooth comb
Step 3: Two strand twist your hair and continue to twist until you have around 9 large twists
Step 4: For the hair on the sides of your head, especially if it’s shorter, make the twists smaller
Step 5: Continue twisting your entire head and let your hair air-dry
Step 6: Start taking the twists part. Don’t worry if it’s still slightly damp, that’s OK for this particular style
Step 7: Take half of the untwisted hair and separate it at the roots, but don’t split the ends. Keeping the ends together helps create the chunky look
Step 8: Continue this process all around your head until you have the desired style

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

XOXO,
Carmen

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Written by Carmen

Carmen is the baby sister in the trio. Shes loves fitness, makeup, and Hello Kitty. She's also a personal trainer, so when she's not online, you can usually find her at the gym.

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  1. Hi Carmen,
    I just joined the sister hood of natural hair forum and from what I’ve been reading I love it. I’m a new natural since Dec.25, 2015. I recently cut of my sides because I didn’t like the awkward in between length. I really wished I had found your post before I cut my hair, but I’m gone own my new tapered cut and love it.

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