Two-strands twists take forever....hours. I'm considering going to the salon. I just can't do it anymore....and they don't look the best when I do them, because I can't get the back right. So, all that time, for less-than-stellar results? No more.
Now, braids for braidouts take the shortest amount of time, which is what I've been doing lately. I haven't timed how long it takes...I'm guessing a little over an hour, maybe?
A twistout/braidout will last me about 5 days...without rebraiding nightly, and that's because I wash every 5-7 days. I may
touch up (rebraid) a small section in the front, because the texture is looser. The back section of my hair could probably go for 10 days. It holds definition that well....even with misting with water-based leave-ins.
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