Black Twist Hairstyles: How to Style Them

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Black twist hairstyles, as all we know appear in wide range unique variations to choose. Since, the appearance of these twist hairstyles are so unique, so that, if you want to make a significant statement to your hair, you can try these some variations of twist hairstyles. Furthermore, you can also try the style to the kids. The variations of twist hairstyle you can opt are plain odd twist, four twist half up or half down, flat twist, flat double strands twist and many more (there are bunches out there!). But, for any variations you choose, when you want to style them you need to follow some steps below.

When you want to have black twist hairstyles, be sure you wet your hair before. Since, it is easier to style the hair in wet. You can also use coconut oil if you don’t like to wet your hair. The next thing you can do after moisturizing the hair is parting the hair into asymmetrical or random section. Then, for each section you make, part it again in two. If you have done with them, the next thing to consider is the size of the hair. It is depending on the length of your hair. For the standard size you can size the hair into 1/4-1inch, but it can smaller if you have a short length hair.

The next thing, you need to do is twisting the hair over and over again until it reaches it ends then, secure it with beeswax, rubber or anything you want to maintain the twist. That previous method of twisting black hairstyle is the standard or the basic way of many twisting method you could possibly find out there. But once, you master the basic way, it will ease you to style the hair with any other black twist hairstyles you prefer.

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