Care-free Twistout

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Hello Hello 🙂

I have been spoiling you guys with posts lately huh? lol

This is a quick post on how I achieved this super easy, and quick twistout. I started with hair that was washed 3 days prior and put in medium sized twists. All I used was a little water, shea butter mix and a hair pick.

I am REALLY loving this short hair! lol





Hi My name is Jennifer and I am a Haitian/Canadian who is into beauty and photography. I hope that you enjoy my blog and don't be shy :) xo


  1. I love your blog, your videos and your scarf ties. I also love shorter hair. Well, I love it all. Keep up the great work. Just found your video on you tube.

  2. Hi, I just came upon your youtube and blog sites a few minutes ago and I am very happy as your journey is one I wish to emulate as I believe our hair is similar. I have a few questions after watching your videos that I’m hoping you’ll patiently answer for me (6 years being natural and not being successful is very frustrating and discouraging).
    1) how did you maintain this fluffy twist out without twisting overnight? In one of your videos you say you do not touch/manipulate your hair more than once a week.
    2) is your Shea mix recipe here on the blog?

    • Thank you for stopping by! I use a satin bonnet throughout the week and I find that it works pretty well to maintain my twist out. Of course, the hairstyle isn’t as defined towards the end of the week but that’s ok. If it stats to get too messy, I will re-twist once or twist during the week. The key is to reduce manipulating your hair as much as possible but if you do, be very gentle. I will only use my fingers when I re-twist my hair and never a comb. I don’t have the recipe for the Shea Mix on the blog but I do have a video on my channel. Once I do my next batch, I will do a blog post as well so thanks for the idea. In the mean time, here is a link

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