|deep conditioned twists|
I wore my twists for two weeks. I know I cannot wear twists for more than two weeks. I am just concerned about them getting matted and tangled. Anyway, I did not take them out as I decided to wash my hair while the twists were still in. I washed them in six braided sections and focused mainly on my scalp. I also deep conditioned them. I mixed Olive oil, Ccoconut oil, Honey and Aloe Vera juice with Jane Carter's Nourish Nutrient Replenishing Conditioner.
|deep conditioner applied to twists|
|twists braided up in four sections afterwards|
|I did an overnight deep conditioning. I work the night shift so this makes it very easy. I just covered my head with a nice hat and nobody knew what was going on with my hair..lol|
My hair was left soft and the twists were sooooo easy to separate. I guess my twists like to be deep conditioned first before they get taken out.
This method reduces breakage overall compared to washing my braided loose hair.
Both methods are great but I prefer braided twists better.
It's like that concept of hair having more strength in numbers
Another fine tip picked along the way of my hair journey