Do you sometimes get tired of working with your 4c hair every day? Come and try the mini twists! The mini twist is a protective style that can be done with just natural hair or with kinky texture extensions to add a bit of length and fullness. They help give you a break from constantly manipulating and styling your hair. Best of all, the mini twists don't require as much attention on your part, as long as you moisturize regularly. Read on, I'll show you how to make a mini twist on natural hair.
What is a mini twist hairstyle? The mini twist is a simple little twist that can be made with your own natural hair or with extensions. With this style, you can brush your hair in many different ways. The main benefit of mini twists is that they are a protective hairstyle with low maintenance and tension. The mini twists require relatively little maintenance when installed, which will help you keep the length up. Mini twists also do a great job of retaining moisture in your hair.
Mini twists are popular on social media because they are low maintenance, last longer than regular braids, and the styling is quite variable. Do you want to get this hairstyle? How to make mini twists on natural hair? Keep reading, here are a few steps you should take to get a mini twist hairstyle. There are 6 steps to make mini twists.
First of all, you need a comb, a spray bottle. As you know, a spray bottle is essential in any aspect of having natural hair, and they're no exception when it comes to mini twists. You'll need a spray bottle like this to lightly spray your hair with water to prevent it from drying out. Next is the need for leave-in conditioner and hair oil. It is an important product when making mini twists.
It's best to start with mini twists in freshly washed hair. This will make it easier to work with your hair and make the twist last longer without a large build-up of product. Then, treat your freshly washed hair with a moisturizing conditioner. Before twisting your hair, the more moisturized your hair, the better.
Use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers to gently remove tangles from your hair. To minimize pain and manual breakage, use a slippery hair loss agent. Once your hair is clean and combed, it's time to stretch. When your hair is elongated, it will be easier to manipulate.
Depending on the length and thickness of your hair, divide it into four to six sections, depending on how thick your hair is. You should be able to hold each part in one hand. Clip the other parts you don't do with segmental clips. This keeps things tidy and gives you space to focus on the current part.
Select the first section of hair, apply some conditioner, and divide it into two tufts. Twist from the roots to the ends of your hair. You need to use a wiggle and pull motion so that your mini twist doesn't unravel at the root. After that, wrap your fingers around the ends of your hair or twirl them around your fingers so they stay in place.
Make sure to twist your hair in a downward fashion. Repeat the above steps. Apply all the procedures to the other sections and sub-sections. Soon, you'll have a whole head of mini twist. Remember, your patience is the only determinant of how small your mini twist is. Some mini twists are so small that it is hard to tell from a distance that they are mini twists.
On average, it takes between 2 hours and 2 days to complete the mini twist. If you want a bigger twist and it's short, you may only need to set aside a few hours for the twist. On the other hand, if you have long hair and want a mini twist of ten centimeters, then you may have to do your hair for a few days.
If you're looking for a new hairstyle, but you don't want to do anything too drastic, check out the mini twist! They look great in natural hair and are easy to maintain. In addition, they keep your hair healthy by preventing breaks caused by brushing or braiding too tightly. In this blog, I've already told you what a mini twist is and how to make your own mini twist on natural hair. In the next article, I'll show you how to care for mini twists.