If your latest do is a big fat don't, this guide will help you give your hair a whole new look with a twist or two.
You will need
- Hair extensions
- Styling gel
- Hair tie
- Spray bottle
Step 1 Wrap extensions around fingers Wrap the midpoint of the extension around your index and middle finger creating a loop and two equal sections.
Step 2 Pull hair through loop Pull a section of your hair, about a 1/4-inch thick, through the extension loop and tighten to create three separate strands.
Choose a spot on your head that is easily reached and can be seen in a mirror if you’re styling your hair alone.
Step 3 Apply gel Apply a dab of hair gel to prevent the sections from frizzing; just don’t make them too brittle or stiff.
Step 4 Weave three sections Use a simple braid pattern to start and weave all three sections together until your hair becomes the middle strand.
Step 5 Combine hair with extension Separate your hair into twp equal sections and combine with the extension to create two different strands of both the extension and your natural hair.
Step 6 Twist together Twist both sections together in a checkerboard pattern by throwing one strand over the top of the other over and over again until you reach the end.
Combine your favorite conditioner with an equal amount of water in a spray bottle to moisturize your hair each day.
Step 7 Dip ends in boiling water Dip the ends of the extensions in boiling water to secure the twist, or let them remain frayed and use a hair tie to hold the twist in place.
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