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By Chin­we of Hair and Health

Do you want to change up your cur­rent set of twists?  Well, here are a few more styles on two-strand twists:

1. Glam­orous side bun: medi­um to long twists

In this tuto­ri­al, Ambrosia demon­strates how to achieve this sim­ple yet glam­orous look in just a few min­utes.

2. & 3. Two funky updos: medi­um to long twists

Dur­ing this “Style Swap” with Chary­Jay, Laila shows how to get two funky hair­styles from one com­bi­na­tion of twists, flat twists, and loose hair.  Just watch!

4. Vin­tage pin up on short twists!

Who said you had to have medi­um to long hair to have fun? Here is a real­ly ele­gant, vin­tage pin up demon­strat­ed by Iknowl­ee on short twists:

Gor­geous! Ladies, which of the­se styles would you rock?

Chinwe

Empow­er­ing wom­en of col­or to break bar­ri­ers. Cherish.Thy.Melanin. https://cherishthymelanin.com/
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11 Comments on "4 More Ways to Style Twists on Natural Hair"

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Shamelle

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Natasha

I love #4!

Jacky

Thanks.

Francesca

I love Iknowlee’s twists… beau­ti­ful!

myblackfriendsays

I would try the last style, since my twists are not that long. I love her accent and the com­men­tary (and her sis­ter com­ing in at the end–just adds to the charm :)

rachelle

In love with all of the­se! Can’t wait to try them!

msboogee

Can’t stand laila

mangomadness

You mad?

Hilda

LOL!

Tisha

love style #1, I will def try it. The sec­ond option is a lit­tle too com­pli­cat­ed for an incom­pe­tent flat twister like myself lol

Candice

LOL! I was just think­ing the same thing! 1 & 4 are def­i­nite­ly more my speed.

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