Our african american twist hairstyles are getting the recognition they so rightly deserve in the corporate arena and I for one am really excited about the entire ordeal. I went on a trip to New York for a couple of days and I was proud to see so many professional sisters rocking two strand twist in business suits. Very impressive to say the least.
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Our goal is to share the beauty of Afro-textured hair and to have a place where we can come together to get examples, advice, and information of black hair growth and hairstyles. Whether you have permed, pressed, or natural hair it's still black hair and it's beautiful.
I love the concept that you are learning and sharing about the beauty of black hair…it is truly time for us as black women to embrace what GOD has given us instead of hiding it! and in a way, I think our knowledge of our new found confidence in the beauty of our hair is a link that is bringing black women together….finally!
Need a little advice. My hair is 2 years all natural, all one length and is about a inch longer than shoulder length, 3c – 4a hair. I normally wear my hair in senagelese twists (with added hair. I decided to give my hair a break since my edges are wearing thin from the tightly pulled twists so I tried the two strand twist, with wet hair. It turned out as very thin long twists which didn’t puff or fill in at all. How do I get the thick puffy look with the two strand twist?
I’m newly natural, it’s been almost a year, and there’s less than an inch left of permed hair left I will hack it off later.
But my hair is so uneven, when I do two strand twists they’re all everywhere and all over the place in length.
And Lordy boy is my hair thick! It took hours for me to finish. But I feel relieved and relaxed when I look at my hair or feel it know.
For awhile I felt like a fraud or that I was hiding, if that makes any sense to anyone at all, lol.