Parting Hair and single twist

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  1. natural2008

    natural2008 Well-Known Member

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    Good morning Ladies,
    I have a little question. When you part your hair to do single twist on natural hair with no extensions, how do you manage to keep the single parts to look neat without the twist becoming untwisted? Do you put like wax or something at the root before you twist so the hair will look neat once you put up to style?


    Thank you all in advance for your responses and have a nice day :yep:.
    Natural2008
     
  2. Fab_Nikki

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    natural2008 I've worn my hair like this for the last two days and I used the Naturalista juicy leave it. I didn't have to retwist at all. This is my new go to product for twist/braid outs.
     
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    How do you managet o keep your parts in your hair at the root when you single twist? To you twist the roots tight?
     
  4. natural2008

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    Fab_Nikki How do you managet o keep your parts in your hair at the root when you single twist? To you twist the roots tight? I cannot see the picture you posted.
     
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    You could always try flat twisting the root
     
  6. natural2008

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    natural2008 I didn't know you said regular twist, I was thinking a flat twist also. Sorry.
     
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    you could braid the roots, then start the twists
     
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    Do you mean coils or two strand twists? I just used a pudding to style it and make sure to twist it snug.
     
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    This is what I like to do.
     
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    Fhrizzball - Twists.
     
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    Thank you ladies :0. I'm going to try to braid the roots then twist :0).
     

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