I know some styles take a little more extra time and effort and I know a lot of us are not about that life. Though the twist n curl style takes a while to do since you have to individually twist your hair then roll (I know, it sounds exhausting), wait before you say this isn’t for me. The twist n curl can come out super cute and will have your curls on fleek. And might I add: it will last a while if you maintain it. Sometimes, we have to put that extra effort in to get the look we want. When doing this look, you can do the L.O.C method (Leave In, Oil and Cream) or you can do the regimen that works for you. There are three different ways to be able to achieve a fabulous twist n curl. Some require a little extra effort but give volume to die for and others require a bit of work with the pic to get the look you’re going for. Each look requires rollers and moisturizing cream of your choice, so check out my favorite products and tools in my Amazon store.
1) Individual twist, then roll all the way up
(2:00 ) You can make individual twist as small to big as you like using your favorite butter or cream. Roll your hair all the way up, then let it set overnight
2) Individual twist with rollers at the end
Make the individual twist as small or as big as you like. Roll your hair only on the ends. Let it set overnight. In the morning, take the rollers out first and then begin taking down the twists.
3) Flat twist w/curl
Section of your hair to make flat twists. Add rollers at the end of each flat twists. Let it air dry or dry under the dryer. Take the rollers out and then fluff.