How To Refresh Two-Strand Twists For Little Girls
Refresh Two-Strand Twists
I’m back with another post about two-strand twists! I really hope you are enjoying these posts and you find them helpful. As you know with little girls, maintaining a hairstyle has its challenges. Seriously, I always have to ask what these kids are doing at school to come home with their hair all over the place.
Yeah, I know they won’t return back home after school with their hair just as neat as it was when they left. But they return home looking like they have been rolling around head first on the school playground. It baffles me every single time. So if you are like me and are looking for an easy way to refresh your little girl’s two-strand twist, then this post is for you.
How To Refresh Two-Strand Twists
This was the first time I styled M’s hair with all over two-strand twists, so I wasn’t sure how they would hold up. However, when I decided to spend a few hours twisting her hair I knew that I was going to “refresh” the style. Simply because I wanted the twists to last. So after a week of wearing her twists, I decided to refresh and re-twist her hair.
The key to this process to take your time and assess the twists that have to be redone. To be honest, I was shocked that the majority of the work came in when I noticed the hair in the back was matted.
So with a spray bottle filled with water and a few hairstyling products in hand, I got to work. One by one, I took my time and gently separated the twist. In the Natural Hair: How To Refresh Two-Strand Twists For Little Girls video, I share a few ways that you can take the twist out carefully without pulling or damaging the hair. Of course, the re-twisting process didn’t take as long as it did when first styled her hair.
The refresh process was easy and painless and M was happy to have fresh edges and twists. This style has been my go-to as a busy mom. I don’t have the time to style her hair every morning. This is where the refresh process becomes super important for time-saving purposes.
Are you a fan of refreshing hairstyles? What process have you found helpful? Share in the comments below!
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