Hold 1 section of hair in each of your hands, and bring 1 hand over the other to start your twist. Continue this hand-over-hand movement to twist the section of hair around the other strand. Wrap the hair with even tension until you reach the end of your hair.
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How do you do an all over twisted hairstyle?
If you want an all over twisted style, move on to another section of hair after you secure your first twist. Start your next one immediately next to the first, and continue creating twists from the front of your head to the back. Depending on how much hair you have and how long it is, this process can take quite some time.
How to do 2 strand twists with hair?
To make simple 2-strand twists with your hair, start by separating it into 2-inch-thick sections and securing them with hair clips or elastic ties. Once all of your hair is separated into sections, comb a dab of coconut oil through your first section to make your hair smoother and easier to work with.
How do you do a side updo with a twist?
Read on for the step-by-step how-tos, or click here to see the video tutorial for the Side Updo With a Twist. Working from the left, sweep the hair from about three-quarters across the back of your head up off your nape and over to the right so that you have a very rough diagonal part. Clip up the hair.
Can I use different sections of hair for my twists?
For best results, use a section of hair that is all about the same length. If the hair in each of your sections varies in length, your twists may not stay in place.