Soften your tight coils and make your twist out pop with this side twist tutorial.
Looking for a great way to turn your tight coils into something softer and to give them a different texture and look? A side twist might be just what you need. Watch as vlogger lagomie shows you how to do a side twist updo that will really make your twist out pop!
What You’ll Need
Really, you’ll just need the items you normally use for a twist out. These might include moisturizers, leave-in conditioners, or setting lotions.
In addition, you’ll need several bobby pins so you can “sculpt” the hair around toward the side of your head.
Once you have your twist out, begin on one side of your head and start pinning small sections up against your scalp while guiding your hair toward the other side of your head. Start at the bottom and on one side, working from back to front. Continue doing this until you pin down most of your hair, and then start fluffing the rest of the hair that’s free of pins. You can leave some of the top hair out if you’d like.
Finally, if necessary, you can pat down the hair you pinned, applying a small amount of gel to your hands before smoothing it down into place.
How to: Side Twist Out
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