Because natural hair is so big, a great way make it lie down a bit and define your curls is to do a twist out.
One of my favorite things about this hairstyle is that Bunny actually did most of the work! She helped with all the twists that she could reach and she took them out the next for a twist out all by herself!
Pretty cool, huh?
For braiding & twisting the hair you’ll need:
- Rat tail comb
- Wide tooth comb
- Hair moisturizer
- Hair clips to section hair
- Rubber bands
To begin, I made a thin part in the front of her hair, about two and half inches thick. After that, I made simple cornrows going straight back. Once I ran out of room to cornrow, I added a pink rubber band soaked in coconut oil.
If you look at the bottom of her twist out, you can see that some of her ends look like a rope twist out while others look a little frizzy. I'm not too worried about that because I know she'll get better with time!
Yet many people say that natural hair isn't versatile. Strange, huh? Well, I beg to differ. Four styles in one week with the same front cornrows.