Style Share: Claysie With Small Two Strand Twists

Here are very cute small two strand twists, sent in by Claysie:

Style: Small Two Strand Twists

Hair Length: 4.5 Inches – Yay!!!!

Products used:
a.) Extra Virgin Olive Oil
b.) White Rain Conditioner Pomegranate/Cherry
c.) Salon Care Conditioner Honey and Almond
d.)Tresemme Natural Conditioner Nourishing Moisture
e.) Okra
f.) 100% Ipse Shea Butter
g.) ECO Styler Argan Oil Gel

Tools used:
1.) Wide Tooth Comb
2.) 2.5 inch hair clips to keep the hair together when needed,
3.) 20 Ouch-less Hair Bands, and
4.) T’Shirt for any spills.

Steps taken to create the style:
Step 1 = Deep Conditioned with White Rain Conditioner and Olive Oil
for 4 hours (was cleaning room, hehehe) then washed hair with White
Rain Conditioner Pomegranate/Cherry (love the smell).

Step 2 = Applied my own mix of conditioner (Salon Care Conditioner
Honey and Almond, I mix 1 cup with 1/2 cup of water, 2 tablespoons of
Olive Oil, Carrot Oil, Coconut Oil and Almond Oil), part in sections,
about 20 for my hair.

Step 3 = Air dry for about 15 minutes.

Step 4 = Start twisting away, applied Tresemme Natural Conditioner
Nourishing Moisture (only product able to detangle my hair), Okra,
100% Shea Butter and Olive Oil to coat the ends.

Step 5 = Last but not least, applied ECO Styler Argan Oil Gel while
twisting, (this one keeps my twists gorgeous and ends curled up and
protected).

Claysie says:
“I know, it does sound and it was a ton of stuff, but when you have 3 to 4
hours to play with and a 10 Season British Television Show, time flies
by!!!!!

I did small two strand twists, they may not look small in the pic but
they were when I did them, hehehe.

This style I will have in for 2 weeks, I moisturize every other day
with good old H20, 1 tablespoon of my own conditioner and 1 teaspoon
of soybean oil.

Hope this helps.

Please note, you do not have to use all these products, they work in
my hair and keeps my hair happy and this method works for me, my hair
is type 4B.

You can simplify by just twisting with a good moisturizer, coat ends
with EVOO, your favorite gel and voila.

Enjoy Lovely Naturals!!!!”

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Style Share: Inesa with a Flat Twist Protective Style

Check out this flat twist protective style sent in my Inesa, who says:

“I just wanted to submit a protective style that I just make up in the mirror all of the time. Here are the pictures, all I did was flat twist my whole head and wore them for 4 days to get the cute twist out.”

I think that this is a very nice protective style.  If I could flat twist, I’d give it a try.  Isn’t her first twist-out picture just too cute?!?  – LV

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Style Share: Simple Bun

This style is re-posted with permission from Natmane of Deepbrown & Kinks (all pictures belong to her). I mentioned a while back that my hair is much too thick to wear in a bun.  When I saw this style after checking out the link provided in a comment on CurlyNikki’s website, I had to ask for permission to re-post. This is definitely something that I’d like to try.  Check it out:

Natmane says: “Here’s my new fav. style. It takes me less than 10mins to achieve this bun. Used about 20 hair pins.

Below are the steps taken to achieve this style, shown in pictures:

Natmane says:”Before I go to bed I  remove the pins, put my hair in two braids, and tie with a satin scarf. “

I love it!  To see her original post on her website, click here: http://deepbrownkinks.blogspot.com/2011/08/simple-bun.html#links Be sure to check out some of the other gorgeous styles on the Deepbrown & Kinks site! – LV

Style Share: Dawn with a TWA Wash-N-Go

I am happy to present another Style Share feature.  This time we have Dawn showing why the TWA (teeny weeny afro)  just can’t be beat! She keeps this feature short and simple with a gorgeous wash-n-go!

Style: TWA

Hair Length: 2-3 inches

Products used: Suave Coconut Conditioner, evoo [extra virgin olive oil] or coconut oil, aloe vera gel

Steps taken to create this style: wash and go [I love it and it doesn’t get any easier than that! – LV]

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Style Share: Marian with Coils/Coil Out

I’m so excited to present our first Style Share feature!  Please meet Marian, with a gorgeous first attempt at coils and coil out:

Style: coils and coil twist out

Products Used to Create this Style: Rose water and Micah’s hair balm (available here: http://prettie.yolasite.com/online-store.php)

Tools Used to Create this Style: Fingers

Steps Taken to Create this Style:
On damp hair I applied the Micah’s hair balm and I kept the hair moist with the rose water as I coiled the hair. I put a satin bonnet on and the next day I used my fingers to comb through the coils/

Additional Comments: I used the TRESemmé Naturals low sulfates shampoo and conditioner

Thanks Marian!!

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