Saturday, November 22, 2008

Lovin' the dry twist out!

Let me say that I am lovin' this hair style and I am glad to add it to my hair repertoire. So I washed my hair with the Hair One cleanser and left it in as my leave in conditioner for about an hour. After I washed it out, I put a bit more of the cleanser in as a leave in and blew my hair out. I really focused on little sections so I could get it as straight as possible. Below is a picture of my blow out.

Next as took sections of my hair and smoothed on a little Baby Buttercreme and two strand twisted my whole head. Miss Jessie recommended using Curly Buttercreme, but the smell of that stuff makes me naseau. Below is a picture of my dry 2 strand twists. Please focus on the hair and now how bad I look lol.
So I sat under the dryer for about 45 minutes and was a little skeptical, but once I started taking out the twists and playing with my hair a little, I feel in love. Below are the results of my very first dry twist out! I will definitely be rockin' this 'do for a while and hopefully with some practice I will perfect the look. What do yall think?

7 comments:

Naturally Beautiful said...

It came out really cute. Check out my dry twist out.

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*B* Fab said...

so there is an official name to it! I do that to keep my curls tame and less frizzy! I love it! I don't sit under the dryer though, mostly because I just don't have one lol!

Jamie @ Rural Glamour said...

That is super sexy!!! Very Jill Scott...

Elisa said...

Thanks! I just posted some more pics!

Camille said...

I'm loving that style. I'm trying it TONIGHT!

Anonymous said...

Wow!! I Luv The Style & It Is Very Jill Scott! I'll Try It This Weekend, I Hope It Works Cuz My Hair Is Fierce & Has Its Own Mind LOL...Any Advice?

Elisa said...

The dry twist out is one of my "go to" styles because it never fails! Check out some of my more recent pics when my hair is longer. It looks hot! I'm actually going to do it on Friday. I have been trying not to use heat as much, but I love the way it looks. My advice is to be sure to use a product to protect your from the heat before you below dry. Also, don't aim for bone straight because you want some texture to it. Let me know how it goes!