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Flat Twist-OUT

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What you need: Your favorite hair oil or serum and your fingers.

Good for: All types of hair.  May work best on medium hair.   For shorter hair, 2-layer flat twists or individual twists can be done to achieve this style.

Requirement: Hair must be in dried flat twists before this style can be achieved!

  • Rub your hair oil up and down your flat twists.  This will give your hair shine when the flat twists are unraveled.
  • Use your fingers to carefully separate the flat twists from end to scalp.  It’s important to take your time taking out your flat twists in order not to accidentally “fluff up” or separate the ringlets of twisted hair.
  • Once all twists are separated, carefully position the twists where you want them to lay.  Lightly racking your fingers through the twists to move them around helps.
  • At this point, your done!  If you want your twists away from your face, you can always push a GOODY elastic hairband over the front of the hair.  Position the unraveled twists where you want them to lay.
6 comments
labelfree
labelfree

I'm in the L.A area (Hawthorne). And if you can make my twist look as good as yours Im down!

labelfree
labelfree

I'm in the L.A area (Hawthorne). And if you can make my twist look as good as yours Im down!

labelfree
labelfree

Wow I love it! Your hair always comes out so cute!

labelfree
labelfree

Wow I love it! Your hair always comes out so cute!

Bessie Kaine
Bessie Kaine

Really? Thank you :-) But girl, it took many failed attempts... that's the purpose of "My Journey" to show the times where I stumbled and made mistakes, just so everyone sees that you have to start somewhere. I have boxes of photos that I'm still in the process of trying to get on my site, lol. Just you wait and see ;-) BTW, where do you live? If you're ever in the L.A. area, just let me know because I love doing other people's hair too!

CoilyHair
CoilyHair

Really? Thank you :-) But girl, it took many failed attempts... that's the purpose of "My Journey" to show the times where I stumbled and made mistakes, just so everyone sees that you have to start somewhere. I have boxes of photos that I'm still in the process of trying to get on my site, lol. Just you wait and see ;-) BTW, where do you live? If you're ever in the L.A. area, just let me know because I love doing other people's hair too!

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