Friday, 5 June 2015

How to do: Twisted Updo

I've been rocking this style all week and have been showing it off on Instagram. It's a fun, playful and remix-able updo I achieved with the help of Ruutos Hair​ products. Have fun with the style by rocking the front part differently for a few days; extra curly, to the side, to the front or a wavy pompadour.



     

13 comments:

  1. HI Aisha,

    Thank you for the Pic-Torial.

    Quite easy and simple to do, you are indeed a creative :-).

    Where did you get your satin scarf? I have been looking for one mostly at Dischem and to date nothing.

    Thank you and that style is a winner!! *wink wink

    xoxo
    N

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    1. Hi N, (I wish you could leave your real name btw) I got mine ages ago in London but I know the big Clicks sell satin scarves and bonnets. Check out Rosebank if you're in Jozi ;)

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    2. Hi N, (I wish you could leave your real name btw) I got mine ages ago in London but I know the big Clicks sell satin scarves and bonnets. Check out Rosebank if you're in Jozi ;)

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  2. thats a really cute hairstyle. no matter how hard i try, my two strand twists are always fuzzy and lack definition. yours look so good!

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    1. Mine usually do too but I really liked how this came out. I think the product application counts a lot plus I did flat twists to get this definition, I found it worked better.

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  3. Hi Aisha,

    Love love love the pic-torial!

    My ends are thinnning out, Can you suggest tips on trimmimg them?

    Nannah

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    1. Thanks Nannah. If you're brave enough, dust your ends by putting your hair into big twists and removing where the ends get thin. Otherwise go to a salon to avoid over cutting ;)

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  4. Very Pretty... Thanks for Sharing:)

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