Twistout With TGIN Hair Products on TWA - Natural Hair [VIDEO]

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Super defined curls from twist outs are one of the more popular natural hair styles around.

If you’ve been natural for a while and have noticed some growth, your twist out is probably full of life and gets a lot of heads turning too!

But twistouts are sort of like that rude friend who comes to your house, eats all your food, and then just bounces! Here one minute and gone the next. For whatever reason, a lot of women can’t seem to keep their twist out from twisting out.

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Twistout With TGIN Hair Products on TWA - Natural Hair Video

 

 

If you don't know much about TGIN natural hair products, you can find more info about them on our best selling natural hair products article and we even interviewed the CEO and creator of TGIN hair products in this article about the best hair moisturizers.

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BlackHairOMG Is On Instagram! @BlackHairOMG

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We admit it.

Not everyone here at BlackHairOMG is a fan of Instagram, and we REFUSED to get an Instagram account for the 1st few years of our website, but because a couple of the BlackHairOMG experts (namely Johanna Denny, Chia & Karen Hall) know how to keep things "poppin' on the gram". It's on!

So please follow the BlackHairOMG Instagram today and tag us @blackhairOMG if you want us to post one of your natural hair style pictures!

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DIY NO HEAT Hot Oil Treatment for Natural Hair

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Only 3 weeks old but 850+ subscribers and we are keeping the informational natural hair videos coming. So if you haven't subscribed, what are you waiting on. Subscribe in 2 seconds or less right here!

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DIY NO HEAT Hot Oil Treatment for Natural Hair 

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How to Wear Puff Cuffs on Thick or Fine Black Hair

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Your Black Hair OMG Expert Pretti Uneek has a quick tutorial on How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair.How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair

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How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair

 

How many hair clamps has your curly hair broken? Well, no more! Finally, there’s a hair clamp that can handle the challenge of thick, textured hair. Meet the Puff Cuff, a “remix” of the banana clip, uniquely designed to hold and style even the thickest of thick hair!

The Puff Cuff’s unique teeth are designed to lock into the texture or curl of your hair and hold the clamp in place, NOT to glide through the hair like a comb or banana clip. While the concept may be similar to the old "banana clip,” the Puff Cuff functions differently by working with your hair instead of against it.

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Natural Hair Wash Routine (4c) + Twist Out Tutorial!

Natural Hair Wash Routine (4c) + Twist Out Tutorial!

Your BlackHairOMG Expert, Wanda, shows you her wash routine and her awesome twist out technique for 4c hair, watch as she breaks down every step along the way to a fabulous natural hairstyle that you can use all year around. She also was kind enough to show us all every natural hair product she used to accomplish her GORGEOUS twist out and she gives some suggestions for alternative products as well. This video is truly packed with information to help naturals, both new and long-time naturals, perfect their twist out game and look amazing on their natural hair journey.

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101 African Hair Braiding Pictures - Photo Gallery

African hair braiding has a long tradition of beauty and unique style.

They come in so many beautiful styles and forms that it's impossible to put a number on how many actually exist, but we won't worry about all of that. Some of these styles are done with completely natural hair and some may have some braiding hair mixed in, we didn't really care. This 101 African hair braids gallery is all about the great look, natural or with braiding weave.

What we WILL do is display the best 101 African hair braiding pictures in our Black Hair OMG photo gallery. You can pick and choose the hairstyles you love (or dislike) and find the styles that you can use in the future.

How To Braid Hair - Cornrows/Ghana Braids (Natural Hair Protective Style)

As a bonus to the natural hair pictures above, here's a how to braid hair tutorial video from the beautiful Sadora Paris. Her channel shows you so many great ideas and styles that you can take and use when you do your own hair or when you head out to the African hair braiding shops (get high-quality braiding hair HERE). Some of the styles she shows you are tutorials on how to do micro-braids, different cornrow styles, Senegalese twists and a ton of other unique hairstyles.

If you haven't checked out her African hair style videos you really should, and don't forget to subscribe to her channel if you enjoy information and tips about black hairstyles.

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If you enjoyed this article showing beautiful African braid hairstyles you will probably like our article about how to rock amazing crotchet braids or even our 4 natural hair breakage treatment tips article.

Roller Set Results on Two Strand Twists - Natural Hairstyles

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Roller Set Results on Two Strand Twists - Natural Hairstyles

 

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How to Moisturize Type 3 & 4 Natural Hair

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How to Moisturize Type 4 Hair - Natural Hair

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The Max Hydration Method! - Complete Natural Hair Tutorial

The Max Hydration Method is all the rage these days for women with type 4 natural hair. If you haven't heard of it, you will now!

max hydration method 1The Max Hydration Method is, "a 5-step regimen that systematically increases moisture levels in the hair until Max Hydration is reached",  according to the MHM website. This hydration method was invented by Black Hair Media Forum VIP Member Pinke Cube and it was created to defeat the often-believed notion that wash and go hairstyles don't work on type 4 hair.  Although the method can be done on other types of hair as well.

So what exactly is the Max Hydration Method for natural hair, how does it work, and are the results for real? Let's get into it a bit, shall we?

Who is the Max Hydration Method for?
As we have come to learn, The Max Hydration Method was designed for type 4 hair.

What does it do?
Pinke Cube, MissDeeKay, and other proponents say that the Max Hydration Method will transform dry, frizzy, undefined natural hair into highly-defined coils and curls that clump -- with or without natural hair products.

On top of that, they say that once your hair reaches the max hydration level, many of the bothersome issues that plague type 4 hair (dryness, knots, styling problems, length retention) will go away like magic.

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The Max Hydration Method In Detail

In order for the Max Hydration Method to work effectively and quickly; you MUST (no excuses) follow the procedure accurately, consistently, and faithfully perform applications of this method to your crown. At least daily (pretty hurts right?), but if you can't do it everyday just don't stretch out the time between applications longer than every 3 days. Why? Because this is how long your hair conditioner will last. When doing this be mindful of what your hair responds to best, so you can pick the best options that will best benefit your natural hair.

You'll also need to have a decent understanding of which natural hair products you put on your hair that cause your hair to lose moisture. You'll need more than a shallow belief that "softness always means moisture", which is a false premise in the first place. You'll need to understand which product/substances affect (block) how your hair shaft actually absorbs the moisture, and what isn't effective enough to seal it in.

Prep Step For Max Hydration Method Newbies

If you're doing the Max Hydration Method for the first time, it's suggested that you begin with a Cherry Lola Treatment (both Advanced or No-Frill are fine). After that, this can be done as often as every 2 weeks. Admittedly, we lean towards the modified version, along with the liquid aminos. You will notice the hydration effects on your hair for months and month allowing you to enjoy root to tip definition in certain areas of your hair.

The Advanced Max Hydration Method (Our Favorite)

The advanced version of the Max Hydration Method is a combination of the Caramel Treatment, and Cherry Lola.

Ingredients:

Blend the ingredients in your blender, saturate your dry (but detangled) hair completely from root to tip with the mixture. Put a shower cap on and let sit for 1.5-2 hours. After that, rinse thoroughly with warm/hot water. Now you'll need to co-wash with botanical conditioner (whatever you wash your hair with will be fully absorbed into the hair shaft, so avoid silicones, parabens, sulfates, drying denatured alcohol), lastly, apply more conditioner but leave it in your hair and seal everything with a quality botanical gel.

The No-Frill Max Hydration Method

If you choose to do the no-frill Max Hydration Method recipe, it is similar to the advanced method and still very effective. The only changes are that you will skip the vinegar, over-ripe banana/plantain, avocado, egg, and molasses. Leave these out and continue with your co-wash, after that you'll do your wash and go.

DO NOT do an apple cider vinegar rinse directly after this. You can do a co-wash and maybe do a cold rinse with conditioner afterword and that will be enough to close up your hair cuticles again. The point of temporarily opening the hair cuticle is so that moisture can get in, it makes no sense to close them up before actually infusing the ever-important moisture into your hair.

PRO TIP: An excellent option would be to Green House Effect Method (GHE) or deep condition overnight directly after rinsing out the treatment, this applies to both the advanced version, and the No-Frill version. In the morning you can continue with the given methods to close your cuticles, or simply proceed to wash and go. This will quicken the pace of your hydration retention levels, and is seen by many as the best way to take advantage of the treatment.

Step 1: Clarify

Option 1: Apple cider vinegar rinse. You do a 1:1 ratio of apple cider vinegar with water in an applicator bottle. Apply in sections. Let it sit in the hair for 30 mins - 1 hr before rinsing.

Option 2: Baking soda rinse. Mix 1.5 tablespoons of baking soda into 1/3 a cup conditioner. Apply to your hair in sections and let sit on your hair for 10-30 minutes.

Option 3: Alternating between either rinse. You can opt to do each rinse every other day/night. It's up to you to experiment.

Step 2: Co-Wash & Detangle

Option 1: Apply warm conditioner in your hair in sections. Let it sit for 10 minutes, rinse out with warm water, while detangling under the water. If you are doing this step, first pour the conditioner into a microwavable bowl, and microwave for no more than 10-15 seconds if you are using the microwave to heat your hair conditioner. Don't EVER just stick the bottle of conditioner straight into the microwave. You've been warned... Stern Smile

Option 2: Apply conditioner to your hair in sections, and deep condition by covering your hair in a shower cap. Maybe put a scarf over it to trap heat. This can be done overnight if you prefer that method. The first two steps can actually be done before bed, in the morning, you can detangle your hair before going in the shower or also under the running water in section, your hair will have enough slip to detangle outside of the shower though.

Option 3: Detangle, apply conditioner to your hair, put on a shower cap, and steam your hairMany naturals steam once a week, and this will allow you to do your hair every 2-3 days if you prefer (the Secura S-192 hair steamer is a proven winner). But if you haven't reached max hair hydration it's recommended that you start off steaming your hair more often and you can taper back once your hair has reached maximum hydration. Be sure to detangle before getting in the shower and in the shower under the running water, similar to the prior option.

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Step 3: Bentonite clay rinse

With all options, leave the rinse on the hair for at least 15 minutes before rinsing, and remember to apply in sections.

Option 1: Bentonite clay rinse with out apple cider vinegar

Ingredients list (rough measurements):
1 cup bentonite clay
1.5 cup warm water
1 tbspn of honey
1 tblspn of olive oil

Option 2: bentonite clay with apple cider vinegar Same, just add vinegar.

Option 3: Ready made bentonite clay rinse, or any other type of clay used to clarify hair examples like rhassoul clay or terrasentials.

Step 4: Leave in Conditioner
Be sure to avoid any conditioner with silicones, sulfates, and drying alcohols. Other than that, apply thoroughly in sections, you really want your hair to be good and wet. application techniques include smoothing and raking, twirling or whatever technique works for you. These are suggestions, there's no set rule on specific application techniques, just apply enough so your hair glides through and you feel slip. Same with gel.

Step 5: Apply Botanical Gel of your choice

Option 1: Use a small amount of oil (or however much you feel you need) for extra sealing before gel if you find you need it, for more softness.

Layering options can be LCO, or LCOC (Liquid Cream Oil Cream), but never do the LOC layering order. oil is not a moisturizer, its a sealant. you wouldn't put gel on before conditioner, so don't practice that with oil.Shocked

 

Option2: Don't. It's up to you.

In application of gel, you should be putting enough so you can feel the gel slip, that way you know it's coated the hair. A technique that has worked for me is starting the gel application at the base of the section, like slicking your edges or applying a root touch up with hair dye. Then smooth it down the rest of the strand and proceed to rake, smooth, and spread the gel evenly. Apply more gel if you need to spread it further. Do this in sections and twirl and clip the sections away with a shower clip as you go along. This will help keep you organized. Doing both the leave in and gel step, it takes 30-40 minutes, so it's pretty quick and painless.  It's advised to section your hair and do both steps as you go along instead of going over your entire head twice.

This is the step where you will see your curls pop and clump together!

Finished.


 

 

BONUS TIP: Optional Step For sStretching

Step 6: Stretching Options

Option 1: Clipping

It's recommended to take as many sections as you need, twirling/rolling/single twisting/French roll whatever you call it, and clipping it in place. Leave it like that for maybe 30 minutes or as you get dressed, take the clips out, and shake. This should give a slight stretch.

Option 2: Wear your hair in a rolled half ponytail

You can actually do this on short hair. Just section the top of your hair (the part used in making a half pony) and section that into two on either sides (left and right).

Take one section of freshly defined hair (don't worry about it being wet, the definition stays) and roll it towards the back of your head like a French roll, pinning in place. (Make sure not to pull the hair too taught when rolling. The pins will be enough to keep the look in place without over flattening the curl definition) Do the same with the other side. Wear this for the day. When you get back, your hair will be dry. Take the pins out, unroll your hair and shake. Your hair will be stretched but sticking up. Take a satin scarf and arrange your hair the way you want it to fall before gently securing it (not to tight).

By the morning your hair will of course be mushed, but the actual curls will remain unfrizzed, and they won't be completely obliterated either (a big problem many have w/ set styles) because of the gel. Now take your fingers to your roots and jiggle them in a back and forth motion, gently. This should shake loose your now stretched curls for second day hair.

If you want a stretch for third day, you only have to put the scarf on your head to sleep at night.

This should stretch the top half of your hair for a bob like shape, but won't interfere with the curl pattern like twisting and braiding would, and also with out drying your hair out with heat.

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Handmade Natural Hair Jewelry from Prettiuneek

These things are absolutely ADORABLE!

If you've ever searched for handmade jewelry and trinkets that were unique enough to be matched with your unique style you're going to love this black-owned small business.

The company name is Prettiuneek Jewelry and their style of jewelry is Bohemian, Eclectic and Modern offered at very affordable prices. All of their fashions are born from their intense desire to express elegant creatively and they definitely accomplish this by creating TONS of unique color combinations and designs that will absolutely blow you away.

You can see in their designs that they are very passionate about what they do, it's all about the attention to detail that is put into the pieces they meticulously create.handmade jewelry

Prettiuneek Jewelry incorporates a very distinct blend of semi-gemstones, metals, unique beads, leather and hand carved pieces that will certainly get compliments from those around you. You'll always find a huge collection of unique handcrafted jewelry that is funky, boho chic, eclectic and soulful with a touch of ethnic flair.