Thursday, August 13, 2009

Two Strand Twist On Relaxed Hair

9 comments:

  1. LOL. Hey miss thang I see you with that cute hair style.

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  2. This style looks very cute on you!
    If you are looking for a good tutorial for flat ironing...There is a young lady named Rachel on Youtube; her user name is SalonCabelo.
    Her hair is Natural but, her technique is great & it works great on relaxed/texlaxed hair as well.
    Check out her flat iron tuts as well as her other vids & tell me what you think.

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  3. Make sure you take a picture of it once you take it down. I want to see if it gives you spiral curls or something close. Thanks!

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  4. Thank you Pharoah's Angel! I have subscribes to SalonCabelo. AWESOME. I love the two strand twist tutorial she did for Natural since I have natural hair. I will be watching her station!

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  5. @ Anonymous...Thanks

    @ Pharohs Angel...Thanks...Im not looking for techniques though......But regimens ..Products used etc...Im about to check it out

    @ Shonda...I will try to remember that

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  6. Oh my goodness, I am so glad you were able to try this style out! wonderful isn't it :) I know I love my hair in two strand twist and I always get people asking about my hair and wondering who does it. Then they want me to do their hair after they find out that I'm my own stylist lol Anyway if u love the two strand twist, just wait till you do the twist out!

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  7. Hey traycee, I used to do the 2 strand twists on my hair when I was underprocessed, have not tried on my more relaxed hair but I do think about redoing them. Only difference with mines and yours was I did my twists smaller. I used to get them to last a month. Only redoing the crown and nape area. I tell you those are one of the best protective styles out there. I could wash deep condition and everything with them. I may put them back in just becuse of your video reminding me. Maybe it will save me on holding off until next relaxer to trim that 1 to 2 inchs lol.

    Thanks girl!

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  8. @Hair and Beyond

    did you twist your hair while it was wet/damp, or did you blow it out first??

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