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  • HELP! how do I twist my hair to get a full, round, curly fro?

    Can someone PLEASE tell me how I should twist my hair if I want to get a full, round, curly fro, but with bangs laying on my forehead a little bit? I can't figure out how to get my hair to be circular instead hanging off to the sides (I want it like standing tall on the top of my head). My hair is kinda medium-short so it's not too long to stand up. Can someone help me figure this out?

  • #2
    Hey Sydney...check YouTube for a tutorial...how to.

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    • #3
      Try a flat twist out with bantu knot ends.
      Face the twists to the front of your head like this.

      Hope this helps!
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      • #4
        Thanks!!!

        Thank you so much!!! but what about the top part of the head. How could I make it stand up and be more round? Sort of like how the 70's fro was round-like?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sydney View Post
          Thank you so much!!! but what about the top part of the head. How could I make it stand up and be more round? Sort of like how the 70's fro was round-like?
          When you take it out it should sit up naturally.

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          • #6
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            I have at least twenty to thirty twists in, my hair is thick so the more the better but I am not going crazy. I add satin rollers and do a corkscrew when rolling the hair up. I love the curly twist out as matter of fact I do not twist without curling my hair on the ends.
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            • #7
              ^^^^^^I forgot to take a take down picture, I will include one tomorrow, the last picture is just the take down from the rollers.
              I have the most fun being "naturally" me in every way.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by aynnit View Post
                Try a flat twist out with bantu knot ends.
                Face the twists to the front of your head like this.

                Hope this helps!
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                I was also going to recommend twisting to the front and doing Bantu knots. try picking the roots with an Afro pick to create volume just the roots. charyjay on YouTube does it all the time

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                • #9
                  If you prefer single strand twistout, Try to twist in the direction you want them to go. So twist the front part to th front, back to the back, sides to the sides. At the crown, literally twist up in the air. This will make the roots stand up and promote the shaft to do the same. The length of your hair will also determine the shape. If you are past APL in the front, crown and sides, I would recommend a shape up. Just pick it out, go to a barber and aks for an "afro" shaped cut.
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                  • #10
                    Flexi rods or curling rods at the end of your two stand twist

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