As I was scrolling through the internet minding my business (and stalking my natural hair sistas), I came across a video by one fine ghel, 😊😊. I don't usually take much interest in the hair styling videos because in most cases the hair doesn't always come out like in the tutorial, or in other cases they include clip-ins and hair extensions which is unnecessary in some hairstyles cz the ladies already have full healthy hair that's almost the same length as the extensions so it doesn't make sense to me.
Anyway, back to this fine ghel of ours. One thing that caught my eye was how her healthy crown was flourishing. So I watched the video just to appreciate her beauty.... Before I know it, the video is over and the style turned out so good. I go on with my stalking escapades. I liked the video and downloaded it and I think I followed her that same day.
Fast forward, I opened shop for my products and I had to go make some deliveries for my Soft Naturals Organic products. I was super busy that I couldn't find time to style my hair. I wanted to pull out the twistout like the one in the first photo on my profile.... But it took me two days to get that hair to cooperate. And I only had a few hours to go. So I remembered the tutorial by @__rosina.w I said lemme give it a try. I put my puff in twists to stretch it out a bit and installed the twists at the front. A few hours later I unraveled the twists. I actually thought of wearing out bangs but my shrinkage was like "jiheshimu bi***😅😅😅😅" So I humbled myselefu and reinstalled the twists and added the beads. I looked in the mirror and I was like "aight imma head out" 🤗🤗
I love the fact that it does not strain my tender scalp, installing it was not an extreme sport like some hairstyles where you feel like you're doing arm workouts when installing them. Also I did not use any gel to lay down my hair (clearly).
Since I discovered this simple and easy style, I don't think I will ever wear a regular puff again. Thanks sis👯👯