Dry Twist vs Wet Twist

Posted by Administrator on 8/11/2014
Dry Twist vs Wet Twist

Natural hair can be arduous to take care of, even if you have the time. There is a great deal of creativity that comes into play to get it just right, but after all is said and done, there is an appreciation of the overall look and feel. It’s all worthwhile, even if it can be painstaking to deal with. On average, you’ll find that planning comes into mind when it comes to natural hair style and options. This includes planning for night time, and relaxation. This is not going to be as simple as working with relaxers, as there will need to be a plan of action moving forward or else things may go awry.

When it comes to natural hair styles, there is an evolution always going on. How to fix it, twist it, and create solutions to work within the parameters of style is different today than it was in the past. One option that could very well change the way you look at natural styles is through the use of a natural dry twist.

Benefits of The Dry Twist

For those that are looking at natural hair styles, and want to reduce time, you’ll find that this option will definitely benefit you greatly. It will not only reduce the time it takes to dry hair, it will not cause a complete dry out, and it will allow for perfection every time. Doing this method below will not only stretch the hair out, it will make it look smoother as well. These benefits all sum up to something grand, if you take the opportunity to test out the following method.

The Dry Twist (Low Heat Method) In 4 Steps

Step 1

Shampoo and condition hair, and do not use heavy cream when detangling hair.

Step 2

Use a high quality blow dryer (like the Silver Bird from Sally’s). It’s recommend that hair has been trimmed in the past 4 weeks, but exceptions can be made of course.

Step 3

Use Synergi mousse across all sections of the hair, but make sure that you are not using oil or cream here, it’s better to wait.

Step 4

After hair has dried, you will want to begin the twist, and be patient. Rushing is not recommended at this point.

It is very important that you take your time here, and take breaks if you have thicker hair. Do NOT rush it, there’s no need. Once done, you will find that the curls will be stretched and hang time will be elongated.

The Wet Twist Option

The wet twist is slightly different than the dry one. You will want to start this off with shampoo and conditioner yet again. Make sure that you ensure that all the elements are out of the hair when doing this, or else it will not work. Once done, you will want to take these steps:

Step 1

Spray hair with Synergi leave in conditioner.

Step 2

Use Synergi glaze throughout the hair, liberally.

Step 3

Use a great deal of mousse through the hair, saturating it completely. This is important, make sure that it’s well saturated.

Step 4

Begin the twist here. Make sure that you use a spray bottle that is nearby in order to ensure that the hair doesn’t dry out completely. You may want to use a plastic bag here, to keep things twisted as much as possible.

Wet hair will take longer to dry with this twist option. Regardless of the twist style you use, make sure that you use your palm to curl when hair may be straight on the ends.