Two Strand Updo

Products and Use:

Shampoo- Organic Tea Shampoo

I shampoo my hair maybe once a week or every two weeks with either this shampoo or Dr. Bonner’s Peppermint Castile Soap

African’s Best Organic Hair Mayonnaise – Deep Conditioner

Giovanni Direct Leave-In Conditioner- Leave In conditioner

Olive Oil- Seal moisture in the scalp

Curl Soufflé - Moisturizer Newest product from Mrs. Roberta at The Original Fragrance Shop

Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera Gel- Styling Product

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Brief How-To

I did all my twist including the flat twist in the front and the two strand twist in the back. This time I styled the hair wet. After completing the twist I section the hair in half and began to roll the very back up after I secured that I incorporated the rest of the hair and secured with bobby pins. If there were any fly away twist I simply tucked them into the bun. I will probably wear this style for a week. I will refresh it with a mixture of water, vegetable glycerin (that I got from Whole Food’s) and essential oils. I also oil my scalp with olive oil to keep my dry scalp at bay.

After the week is up, I will take the bun down and co wash my hair with the two strand twist. I really like this effect you can read more about it here.

Read More about My Hair Regimen

7 comments:

  1. This is super cute! I'm going to try this style. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I am going to try this as soon as my hair grows out! Can't wait! I have bookmarked it! :)

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  3. Is that all your hair or is there hair added in?

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  4. No hair was added. This is all my hair.

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  5. I need something to help with the frizz.

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  6. Wow, I really like that style. I'm going to try it on my niece.

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  7. This is a great site and i am a fan on FB. I have been growing my own hair since Oct 09 and will be sharing my own photos as well. I use pure shea butter, and certain products from Carol's Daughter, Dr. Miracle and Taliah Waajid. Thanks for sharing your experience. Do you have any blow-dry tips for the ends? I've only blow dry my hair 2 or 3 times in the past 6 months.
    Thanks and keep up the good work!

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