Another DIY passion twist tutorial. For those protective style enthusiasts out there, this style is for you. Rejoice now that Mini Marley, aka Brianna, releases a new hairstyle on do it yourself passion twists without crocheting. There have been many requests from her Instagram that we’re inspired to present this to you all.
If you happen to come upon this page and you never heard of passion twist before, then check out this passion twist tutorial. That doesn’t mean you can follow along with this one, but if you want to know what it is, then that post is for you.
If you’re looking for a style to create on your own, easy to maintain, and project glam, then this is the style for you because that’s why it’s there. At the same time, that doesn’t mean it’s all gravy either. If you watch the video, you will see her talk about the mistakes she made while installing the hair.
To achieve this beautiful style, she started with freshly washed hair using Melanin hair care products then blow-dried her hair. Then she sections off her hair using a rat tail comb, and then she applied a rubber band to each section. Make sure your rubber band is secure; however, don’t do it where it’s too tight. You will need to apply a great deal of balance to that aspect.
From there, you can start applying your hair in the twists. As you watch the video, you’ll notice the twists that didn’t come outright. So, this is where you need to pay attention to the video carefully. The video explains what was wrong and guided us on the right hair alignment to use to get it to twist appropriately. It would be best if you went in the direction of where the hair is supposed to go. It’s essential to learn from others mistake so you that you won’t repeat them, which save you time and efforts.
It makes no difference whether it’s summer or winter. Do-it-yourself passion twists are an excellent style for protecting your hair against elements. Being nicely tuck away inside other faux tresses means you don’t need to worry about upkeep. Make sure you keep your hair moisturized at all times and that all your hair is protected. You can use a spray-on conditioner to help lock in that moisture.