I guess it is kind of like flat twisting.....I've never been able to flattwist until I saw Naptural85 do this. When you twist, you just pick up a small section of hair as you go. Almost like french braiding except you're using 2 strands instead of 3.......does that help? lol! I tried.
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Juices-n-Berries wrote:I've watched the video several times but i don't understand what's happening. Can anyone explain what's happening in words?
I love Naptural 85. Her twist method is now the only one I use. It is basically a flat twist but you are not doing section that go all the way down your head, if that makes sense.
If I were to try to explain it in words...
-divide hair into 4 sections 2 in front and 2 in back (A front, B front, C back, D back)
-Take 1 section (C) and divide it in half going across
-pin the top of section C out of the way and start with the bottom of section C
-part out a small piece of hair and divide in 2 like you are about to twist
-twist a few times and then pick up a small piece of hair to add each time you twist
-continue picking up hair and twisting until you get to the end.
-coil, pin, or roll your end as usual
-take the top of section C and repeat
-Continue with the other 3 sections (D back, A front, B front) until completed
When you are done you should have 8 twists total because you divided each section into 2.
*Depending on the amount of hair you have/density of your hair, you may need to do more twists
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so im going to start to go natural again but in some way im scared to because so far my mom thinks its a bad idea and my friend doesnt think i can do it. what things are good to use on my hair and how do you do twist outs? i have thick/thin straight hair at ends but my roots are extremely curly and i dont wanna do the BC... NEED HELP...
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