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Kendrick Lamar Loves Stretch Marks. Good For Him. Celebrities 9 Here is a Series of Photos of Gabrielle Union in Afro Puffs Celebrities 4 The Problem With the Eternal Debate On Whether Black Women ‘Get Along’ Editorial 18 Maple Syrup, Toothbrushes and 4 Other Everyday Items Made by Black-Owned Companies Black Owned Business 4 Natural Hair Styles 7 Ways to Spice Up a TWA by Adeola @ The Mane Captain • May 12, 2014 Style Icon Pearl Thanks to Lupi­ta Nyong’o, we now know that a TWA doesn’t have to be bor­ing. If have a TWA and you’re tired of the typ­i­cal wash n go, mini fro and mini puff hair­styles, try the­se styles. 1. Fro Hawk Do this on fresh­ly washed hair or stretch you hair overnight in flat twists for a more defined look. Acces­sorize with a flow­er or oth­er hair acces­so­ry of your choice. // 2. Fin­ger Coils This hair­style is a bit more time con­sum­ing but the effort is worth it. Fin­ger coils can last up to a week, and to fresh­en the style in the morn­ing, all you need to do is light­ly spritz and fluff with your fin­gers. 3. Fin­ger Coil Out For a fuller look, sep­a­rate the coils after a few days and wear it in as many vari­eties as you like. To fresh­en the style, sim­ply spritz it in the morn­ing. 4. Flat Twists Depend­ing on your hair length, you can flat twist a small por­tion of your hair for a fun look. 5. Flat Twist Outs For a defined and stretched look, sim­ply flat twist your hair and take it out after a sig­nif­i­cant length of time. 6. Mini Coils If your hair isn’t long enough to try any of the styles above, you can define your coils by gen­tling rub­bing a soft boar bristle brush on your hair in a cir­cu­lar motion. You can also cre­ate a side part or use a head band to play up this style. 7. Acces­sories If you’re pressed for time but still want to change up your style, try a head band or scarf. How do you wear your TWA? Ade­o­la @ The Mane Cap­tainA Toron­to based nat­u­ral hair blog­ger. Born & half raised in Nige­ria, and now cur­rent­ly resid­ing in Canada. To keep busy, I fre­quent my local library where I go to bor­row non fic­tion books, par­tic­u­lar­ly per­son­al and spir­i­tu­al devel­op­ment books. I also orga­nize Toron­to nat­u­ral hair events, attend mee­tup groups and I’m work­ing hard to be a poly­glot. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Did you enjoy this arti­cle? Sub­scribe to our Mail­ing List! // // Leave a Reply 8 Comments on “7 Ways to Spice Up a TWA” Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Notify of new replies to this comment Notify of new replies to this comment Naturally FreeShare On TwitterShare On GoogleBeen try­ing to Fro Hawk and couldn’t get it right — you made it look so easy! I’m look­ing for­ward to try­ing again,but I want to get a feath­er or flow­er first 🙂 Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 9 months agoMo ajayiShare On TwitterShare On GoogleWhy on earth do you attrib­ute the ver­sa­til­i­ty of TWA to lupi­ta? She has been around for 10 min­utes and nat­u­rals have been around for decades.…..not rel­e­vant at all. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoJackyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleGreat post but you for­got mini twists. I did it after my big chop and it was love­ly, it’s sim­i­lar to mini coils. Great ideas though. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agotemidayoShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI love this. Been look­ing for a site like this Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoScalp SolutionsShare On TwitterShare On GoogleThis are amaz­ing styling ideas. Very help­ful for peo­ple who embrace their nat­u­ral hair. I agree with Lupi­ta NYong’o rock­in’ those locks. Thanks for shar­ing! — Jason Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoLovelyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleThis is right on time for me, because I’m think­ing about cut­ting my hair short (it is cur­rent­ly 7–9 inch­es), so I’m con­stant­ly look­ing for ways to wear it once it is short­er. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoDeedeemahaShare On TwitterShare On GoogleWhen my hair was short I could nev­er do fin­ger coil­ing. Don’t know why. But I did do the flat twist fro hawk. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoDanananaShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI couldn’t either, so flat twists/frohawks were my go-to as well. When­ev­er I tried fin­ger coils with Long-Aid sty­ing gel, my hair seemed to like the idea at first, but then the coils would fall down, and my fro would be a tacky, shrunk­en mess. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months ago Most Popular Today read next 5 Ways to Achieve the Perfect Big, Stretched Afro

Twa Hairstyles

Style Icon Pearl Thanks to Lupi­ta Nyong’o, we now know that a TWA doesn’t have to be bor­ing. If have a TWA and you’re tired of the typ­i­cal wash n go, mini fro and mini puff hair­styles, try the­se styles. 1. Fro Hawk Do this on fresh­ly washed hair or stretch you hair overnight in flat twists for a more defined look. Acces­sorize with a flow­er or oth­er hair acces­so­ry of your choice. // 2. Fin­ger Coils This hair­style is a bit more time con­sum­ing but the effort is worth it. Fin­ger coils can last up to a week, and to fresh­en the style in the morn­ing, all you need to do is light­ly spritz and fluff with your fin­gers. 3. Fin­ger Coil Out For a fuller look, sep­a­rate the coils after a few days and wear it in as many vari­eties as you like. To fresh­en the style, sim­ply spritz it in the morn­ing. 4. Flat Twists Depend­ing on your hair length, you can flat twist a small por­tion of your hair for a fun look. 5. Flat Twist Outs For a defined and stretched look, sim­ply flat twist your hair and take it out after a sig­nif­i­cant length of time. 6. Mini Coils If your hair isn’t long enough to try any of the styles above, you can define your coils by gen­tling rub­bing a soft boar bristle brush on your hair in a cir­cu­lar motion. You can also cre­ate a side part or use a head band to play up this style. 7. Acces­sories If you’re pressed for time but still want to change up your style, try a head band or scarf. How do you wear your TWA? Ade­o­la @ The Mane Cap­tainA Toron­to based nat­u­ral hair blog­ger. Born & half raised in Nige­ria, and now cur­rent­ly resid­ing in Canada. To keep busy, I fre­quent my local library where I go to bor­row non fic­tion books, par­tic­u­lar­ly per­son­al and spir­i­tu­al devel­op­ment books. I also orga­nize Toron­to nat­u­ral hair events, attend mee­tup groups and I’m work­ing hard to be a poly­glot. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Did you enjoy this arti­cle? Sub­scribe to our Mail­ing List! // // Leave a Reply 8 Comments on “7 Ways to Spice Up a TWA” Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Notify of new replies to this comment Notify of new replies to this comment Naturally FreeShare On TwitterShare On GoogleBeen try­ing to Fro Hawk and couldn’t get it right — you made it look so easy! I’m look­ing for­ward to try­ing again,but I want to get a feath­er or flow­er first 🙂 Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 9 months agoMo ajayiShare On TwitterShare On GoogleWhy on earth do you attrib­ute the ver­sa­til­i­ty of TWA to lupi­ta? She has been around for 10 min­utes and nat­u­rals have been around for decades.…..not rel­e­vant at all. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoJackyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleGreat post but you for­got mini twists. I did it after my big chop and it was love­ly, it’s sim­i­lar to mini coils. Great ideas though. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agotemidayoShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI love this. Been look­ing for a site like this Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoScalp SolutionsShare On TwitterShare On GoogleThis are amaz­ing styling ideas. Very help­ful for peo­ple who embrace their nat­u­ral hair. I agree with Lupi­ta NYong’o rock­in’ those locks. Thanks for shar­ing! — Jason Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoLovelyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleThis is right on time for me, because I’m think­ing about cut­ting my hair short (it is cur­rent­ly 7–9 inch­es), so I’m con­stant­ly look­ing for ways to wear it once it is short­er. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoDeedeemahaShare On TwitterShare On GoogleWhen my hair was short I could nev­er do fin­ger coil­ing. Don’t know why. But I did do the flat twist fro hawk. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months agoDanananaShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI couldn’t either, so flat twists/frohawks were my go-to as well. When­ev­er I tried fin­ger coils with Long-Aid sty­ing gel, my hair seemed to like the idea at first, but then the coils would fall down, and my fro would be a tacky, shrunk­en mess. Vote Up0Vote Down Reply2 years 11 months ago Most Popular Today

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