My first twist out !!!!

I must be crazy but the only way I could get a decent twist out was with dry no gel hair.... When wet my hair is to thin but when dry is super super thick
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I am starting to experiment a little with dry/damp twisting and I definitely have better results that way than doing them soaking wet.
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Last edited by happyface; 04-21-2012 at 05:52 PM.
I have to re twist to get second day hair. After 5 months I'm finally going to a salon to get some help with this hair. This site is very helpful
Very pretty!

I am starting to experiment a little with dry/damp twisting and I definitely have better results that way than doing them soaking wet.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
After a wash i always let my hair dry some before twisting. Twists wouldnt hold for me in soaking wet hair.
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Your hair is so beautiful! I absolutely love it. Too cute!!!
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Its very well defined..it looks good. I really like doing twist outs on dry hair too. My hair be lookin real limp when I do a bad twist out when it's wet so I feel you. :/


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Very pretty!

I am starting to experiment a little with dry/damp twisting and I definitely have better results that way than doing them soaking wet.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
After a wash i always let my hair dry some before twisting. Twists wouldnt hold for me in soaking wet hair.
Originally Posted by adthomas
Yeah, I can't do twists at all unless there's a curler on the ends. I've done two-strand flat twist n curls twice this week and they came out really nice. Both times it was on dry hair using just a moisturizer. If anything I just lightly wet the ends where the curler goes and maybe spray 2-3 spritzes of water on the crown after I've put the twists in. I leave this in overnight and undo in the AM.
"The challenge is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everybody else."
"...rationality is not necessary to sell things.."
My staples: Mane n Tail (cowash), Garnier Fructis Sleek n Shine (leave in condish), Grapeseed oil or shea butter (sealing), Organic Root Stimulator Elasticitea (leave-in condish & light hold)
Very pretty!

I am starting to experiment a little with dry/damp twisting and I definitely have better results that way than doing them soaking wet.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
After a wash i always let my hair dry some before twisting. Twists wouldnt hold for me in soaking wet hair.
Originally Posted by adthomas
Yeah, I can't do twists at all unless there's a curler on the ends. I've done two-strand flat twist n curls twice this week and they came out really nice. Both times it was on dry hair using just a moisturizer. If anything I just lightly wet the ends where the curler goes and maybe spray 2-3 spritzes of water on the crown after I've put the twists in. I leave this in overnight and undo in the AM.
Originally Posted by BekkaPoo
I like to hold the ends of the twists between my fingers and run rat tail over it. Curl up like ribbon and helps hold. I have to use heavy product on my ends like butter or gel.
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Thanks for the great tips !!!
Thanks ... Apparently it was a fluke cuz I can not seem to get this look again
Very pretty!

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