Thursday, March 17, 2011

Mini Twists Twisted Back / 21 Day Update





Well, we're on day 21 of A's mini twists. Today I spritzed her twists with water and added a little Blended Cutie Down & Out Styles to hold the frizz down a bit. Her twists are still a little damp in these pictures. I split the top section of her twists down the middle then grabbed a little bit of hair in the front of the right side, split it into two sections and twisted each section around one another, then I began picking up a few twists, adding it to one section, then crossing over, picked up a few more twists, added it to the other section and crossed over, I continued doing this until I got near her ear then I just started twisting them together. I had her hold that section while I did the same exact thing to the left side, I tied it off with a ponytail holder/bow.

I think her twists are holding up pretty well. I have to keep an eye on the twists in the back by her neck because they seem to tangle more. I should have known since most of her tangles are back there anyway. One very small twist in the back tangled at the root so I took that twist down and retwisted. It was easy getting the tangle out, I used a little water and my fingers! I may take her twists out this weekend, I'm not sure yet. I originally wanted to do a style that would last a few weeks to give us both a break. Between Lil Man's physical therapy and me trying to get to the gym on top of other things, to not have to worry about styling her hair for a while has been nice.





18 comments:

  1. The twists are holding up great!

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  2. How beautiful!! She's a doll!

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  3. I love the twists. I may do my daughters as well.

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  4. her twist still look amazing! when i first seen them i was tempted to do them on my daughters hair but i'm still a bit skeptical for her. i'd hate to spend that much time and they not look so hot.


    VERY VERY cute lil sweater vest!

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  5. Her twist are beautiful they still look good.. If it was me they would at least be up for another week..

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  6. They still look just as gorgeous as they did on the first day! :) Great maintaining!



    http://precious-curls.blogspot.com/

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  7. These are gorgeous and holding up wonderfully. I don't comment much, but your site is an inspiration. I'm still learning how to work with my girl's hair (mainly trying to learn cornrows) and I just had another girl, so I really need to catch up quick! lol

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  8. Her Twist look like they are freshly done....Very nice. If I was you, I would keep them in for 1 more week. That will give you a break times 10. lol Very nice.

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  9. Its is looking so so beautiful, the older it gets the prettier it looks...luv it!

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  10. The twists still look amazing! That's great.

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  11. Ok, this post settles it. Syd is definitely getting mini twists sometime in the near future. Better start warming up my fingers now! LOL

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  12. These still look fresh. I love it!

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  13. the twist out is going to be crazy beautiful!

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  14. Her hair looks GREAT and your daughter is just so adorable!

    I am just starting to learn to do 2 strand twists on my daughter's hair (she's almost 7, LOL) and I'm lucky if they hold for one week (she's always rolling around doing something)!

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  15. Amazing! Her hair is gorgeous! Great job!

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  16. My word, she is SUCH a pretty child... :) Beautiful, BEAUTIFUL hair! Super jealous over here. XD

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