Thursday, April 4, 2013

A five minute Twist Updo on fine 4C hair







So after Easter and a month of having my hair
out in all kind of "out" styles, I decided to put my frizzy
 and annoying twists (shown on the right) in an updo (shown above).
The twists are annoying because they shrink up a lot.
 Anywho, I believe in protective styles and do not like having my ends out, so, I gathered my twists into a two-sectioned updo, using only two bobby pins.

Before styling the twists, I moisturized them with Shea Moisture Yucca and Baobab Thickening Growth Milk, concentrating on the ends.

Step 1: I gathered the back and the crown area up like a ponytail.


Step 2: Then I twisted that whole section inwards and secured with a pin


This is what it looks like after pinning that section down.

Step 3: I rolled the front section backward and over the ends sticking out at the crown(shown above)                                                          
                                                                                                                                                                                        


and secured with a bobby pin.












The point is to have all ends hidden, which I was able to achieve without using one billion bobby pins.

I liked the result and will be doing variations of twist updo till I remove these twists.


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5 comments:

  1. Really cute! thanks for sharing your pic's. Take care.

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  2. An updo with only two pins? I'm impressed.

    I'm a fan of updos...they look classy and are usually simple to do.

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    1. Yes.. only two pins were used. My goal is to not use too many accessories as they can potentially damage my fine strands.

      Yes they are very simple too do. I am working on making variations of them

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  3. Super nice! How long does it stay?

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