Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Hair of the day: Wash Twist And TwistOut

What did I do?
Well, I first saturated my twists with a mixture of Apple Cider Vinegar and Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner. Massaged for a couple of minutes, covered with a plastic cap for 30 mins:
Rinsed off with lukewarm water
Apply generously a mixture of the Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner and Aubrey Organics GPB conditioner, left on for about 3 minutes
Rinsed with lukewarm water
Rinse with cool water
Dried hair with T-shirt
Apply Oil Mix to scalp, massage scalp.
Applied Giovanni Direct Leave in through out hair
Apply castor oil to seal hair
Leave still twisted hair for 1 hour


  1. Cute! How did it hold up throughout the day?

    1. Pretty well. It did puff up a bit but the definition was there. Since it was a church night, I ended up pinning the front and wearing a beanie at the back, exposing the front through. I will do a video showing this in the future. I got asked if I used gel, and the person was surprised that I said no. I love the element of surprise I get with my natural hair. LOL!

  2. Nice, how do you keep it @ night to sleep?

    1. Thanks, I retwisted it. Since I did not separate the twists more than the first initial separation, retwist took less than 10 mins and I was good to go.