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How To: 3 Strand Twist Out on Natural Hair

Hey Sistas! In this tutorial, I show you how to achieve a 3 strand twist out. This was my first time trying the style and I was extremely please with the results. If you’re looking for a new cute natural hairstyle, then you should definitely give this one a try. It seems a little difficult, but it’s really easy once you get the hang of it. Lets get started!

Products Needed:

  • Spray Bottle
  • Water
  • Styling product of your choice
  • Satin Bonnet
  • Coconut Oil or Jojoba Oil

The Process:

Step 1: Start with freshly washed hair that has been slightly air-dried
Step 2: Section your hair in the way you want your style to lay
Step 3: Start with the first section and spray it with a little water
Step 4: Add your styling product to the section
Step 5: Start the twist with a three strand braid at the root of the hair to stabilize the twist – you only need to braid 4-5 times down the section
Step 6: Take the strand furthest to the left and wrap it over the other two strands as tightly as possible in a circular twisting, not a braiding motion
Step 7: Keep repeating step 6, but be sure to smooth the hair avoid frizz as you continue down the twist
Step 8: Once you get to the bottom and you can’t three strand twist anymore, add the shortest piece of hair to a section and two strand twist
Step 9: Twirl the ends of the twist
Step 10: Sleep with a satin bonnet
Step 11: Apply the oil of your choice to your hands and gently unravel the twists the next morning, or whenever you’re ready to rock your twist out
Step 12: Separate the hair where it naturally separates and fluff

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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,
Toni

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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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    • Have you tried different products? For me, the curl pattern depends on the amount of moisture my hair retains.

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