So, Bunny’s hair had been in iverson side cornrows with rope twists for about two weeks (which is a pretty long time for us), so it came as no surprise that she wanted a down hairstyle next.
I’m still not crazy about doing twist outs in the middle of the winter, however, we’re going to a surprise birthday party (Shhh! Don’t tell!) this Wednesday night, so I agreed.
Anyway, I did her two strand twists on stretched hair for once, so I was super excited to see the twist out!
Her hairstyle for the past week
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And here's what it looked like from the back!
After I did those cornrows, I finished off the rest of her head with lots and lots of two strand twists. I didn’t part sections, but just eye-balled and guesstimated how thick each twist should be.
Because it’s been so cold lately, Bunny’s mostly been wearing hats. Pictured left is her newest, most favorite hat. You will probably be seeing this one a lot because she LOVES it!
And finally, here’s how she wore her hair today. She did a twist out all by herself and I added three different hair feathers! I also added a little ENJOY Smooth & Shine to add a little shininess to her curls. I kept finding hidden twists in her curls though! Especially in the back where she couldn’t see.
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