I posted about my big ole twists last week and I must admit that I did not properly care for them nor do any type of twist out. Yet I did wear them for 6 days lol! Here is how I eeked the last 2 days of of them. The ones in the back had started to unravel from being flattened and braided together and they were in no condition to be exposed. They were so big that there were only two on the back bottom row lol.
So this is what I came up with. The cloth is the bottom of a light-weight T that I cut in half to wear as a crop top o_0
I made a knot that looked attractive by a bit of trial and error, redid the bottom of the front 3 twists and I had this style :-)
I adore your hair. It looks super healthy.ReplyDelete
:-) Thanks! I'm thinking in the future I can do this by just twisting the front and leaving the back loose but pinning it up.ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I'm going to need a tutorial on how you tied your scarf into such a cute knot (and what size scarf you used). If you do the variation you described in your comment (i.e. to twist the front and leave the back loose but pin it up) please post those pictures as well.ReplyDelete
Very Nice. I attempted this look today. I wish you had included pics of the back before the fabric was on. I just french twisted my back. My daughter liked it, so I'll keep trying. More, please!ReplyDelete
I just started visiting this blog and so this is the first time I am seeing your hair up...you have fabulous cheekbones...the updo really highlights that nicely. cute styleReplyDelete