Mastering the twist out on 4C natural hair can be a bit of a challenge for some, but these videos will help you overcome any obstacles.
1. Side Flat Twist Out on Stretched Hair
For this twist out, Pure Estrogen started on stretched hair via threading. The flat twists were left in for about a day before take down.
Products used for the actual twisting: Dark & Lovely Au Naturale 10-in‑1 Styles Gelee and a little water.
2. Defined Frizz-Free Twist Out
Taiwo achieves this super defined look with 24 twists total. She starts on freshly washed hair that has been airdried for about an hour.
Products used for the actual twisting: Camille Rose Naturals Almond Jai Twisting Butter, Karen’s Body Beautiful Sweet Ambrosia Leave-In, and a little water.
3. Fluffy Chunky Flat Twist with Side Part
If you want more volume and a bit less definition, try this chunky twist out Shaneee27 demonstrates. Make sure your hair is properly detangled. Start on dry/damp-dry hair to which you will add your twisting product.
Products used for the actual twisting: Your favorite twisting product.
4. Defined Twist Out on Shorter Hair
Secretly Limitless shows that you can also achieve a beautiful twist out on shorter kinky hair. She uses bobby pins to help the twists lay prior to take down.
Products used for the actual twisting: Grace Virgin Coconut oil, Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie, and Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding (Unscented).
5. Curly Flat Twist Out
6. 3‑Strand Twist Out
Phoenix Monroe is a type 4 natural who demonstrates a look that can work on 4c hair. The beauty of the 3‑strand twist out is that it gives you more definition and more of a curl than the usual two strand.
Products used for the actual twisting: Aunt Jackie’s Curl La La Defining Curl Custard.
Which method do you use? Share your experience below!