How to manage two strand twist

Twist styles are low maintenance, and it’s easy to wash your hair while twisted!

Many set styles have to be wrapped or pin-curled at night. Some of the common ones include twist, braids, bantu knot outs and straight styles.

These styles cannot easily be moisturized daily. Understanding how often your hair needs moisture will help you choose natural hairstyles

This delicate hairstyle needs gentle care to ensure it does not unravel or become frizzy. In order to keep twists looking their best, shampoo and condition your hair every 2 weeks and dry wash in between water washes. Drying your hair completely and applying natural oils to the twists will help to keep your twists looking their best. After washing use a towel to absorb any excess water. Gently pat your twists with a towel, starting with the scalp and moving down to the ends of the twists. Use your towel to lightly squeeze the end of the twists to remove any drops of water.
Avoid rubbing the twists as this can make them frizzy

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