How To | 2 Strand Defined Twist Out | Dry Hair

This year, I’ve been trying new hairstyles using Ndanaka ‘So Shea’ Hair Butter which is resulting in a shiny healthy result as well as holding the styles perfectly. This is a twist out hairstyle that I rocked plenty of times while on holiday.

Here is what you will need:

Water
Cantu Shea Butter Leave-in Conditioner
Cantu Shea Butter Coconut Curling Curl
Keracare Edge Tamer
Ndanaka Hair and Body Butter
Ndanaka Herbal Hair Oil

How to:

  1. Part hair into 4
  2. Spritz hair with water
  3. Apply leave-in conditioner
  4. Apply Ndanaka ‘So Shea’ Hair Butter
  5. Apply the curling cream
  6. Twist
  7. Leave to dry completely
  8. Apply Ndanaka Herbal Hair Oil when untwisting hair
  9. Fluff the hair and style
  10. Add edge tamer

Thats it, all done. Very quick and easy to do.

 

 

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By | 2017-04-25T00:30:35+00:00 January 11th, 2016|Hair|1 Comment

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