8 Reasons Why Your Twist Out Failed

Coil Your Ends

The ends of your hair will make or break a twist out style. When you are nearing the end of your twist instead of tightly twisting all the way down, add some product to your ends and coil it around your finger. This avoids breakage when you are removing the twist and it gives you an overall better look once you remove the twist. You can also choose to use rollers on the ends of your hair, to ensure they have a smooth look.


8 thoughts on “8 Reasons Why Your Twist Out Failed”

  1. Ah this is still such a great resource! I’ve been doing twistouts for ages now.. but I SERIOUSLY needed this reminder.. like trimming. I’ve been holding on to my length when I really need to LET IT GO. My frayed/ split ends won’t let my twist outs be great, so it’s probably time to say goodbye..

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