Camille Rose Naturals Curlaide Moisture Butter is my go-to twisting product when I have run out of or don't have time to make a fresh batch of my homemade flax seed gel. I found it thicker than the Camille Rose Almond Jai Twisting butter, but works just the same especially if you have thick kinky hair like mine.
So everyone loves a good twist out long as all the conditions are right: the right setting gel (I love using my homemade Flax Seed Gel but if I run out I use Camille Rose Naturals Curlaide), Hair is dry all the way before you take it out, and your ends are twisted all the way as well. When those conditions are met you get a fairly good twist out that can last you anywhere from three days to a week or so.
It has been almost a month since I had the senegalese twists put in and they are holding up well after four weeks of partying, working out, and whipping it back in forth. The twists are slightly getting furry but it is not that noticeable at all. I think that is why some people prefer the Marley Braid Hair when putting these twists in just because the kinkier texture blends in well when your real hair starts popping through the twist (that style will be my next endeavor post synchronized swimming season
It has been about three weeks since I got my Senegalese Twists put inand I am enjoying the break it gives me from doing my real hair. Only one braid has slipped out (near the crown of my head where my hair is thinner) but other than that it is holding up well.
Post-Synchronized Swimming season I always capitalize off the opportunity to not only press my hair but also braid it up in a variety of styles using synthetic hair (since that can be too heavy when swimming in a pool and whatnot). So I decided to try out the Senegalese Twists...
Like many, I was really inspired by these Flat Twist Out styles I had been seeing in the last year. Gorgeous voluptuous curly fry looking curls that give volume and have hold. I want it! But to get there required work
So I am dating someone. But this is not the first time I've debated introducing the talk about the hair style I am currently rocking is not real.
Finally....finally! A twisting butter that is affordable, natural, and has a lot of product in it - enough to do about 6-8 twists sets!
Rebounding from a massive cut made a year ago, I am in the process of growing my hair for what seems like the first time!
So I have been meaning to latch on a faux Afro Marley Braid hair bun for quite some time, especially since I noticed that the texture of my hair resembles the synthetic hair - looks like a 4 days later shaggy twist out but much longer.
I am happy that I can wear different hairstyles now and not worry about the daily havoc chlorinated water can wreak on your hair. Then again, for 'delicate' hairstyles like a twist-out, any type of heavy water saturation can ruin those formed curls and waves! then what do you do?
I realize I really like updos, especially when you got a lot of hair and you have this big ol bun and some fun funky bangs to go with it.
So I took matters into my own hands. Armed with only some Komaza Leave in Conditioner and Carol's Daughter Tui Moisturizing Hair Oil travel pack sizes (2oz), I managed to moisturize and soften the front part of my twists to make them more malleable to swoop all across my forehead (almost like a combover but on your face! lol).
I wanted to share my new favorite hair style that I rock at least once a month/on a special occasions since my birthday last summer.