twist out hairstyles

There are many different hairstyles you can wear with your natural hair. A twist-out is one of the most popular. You may be wondering how to style your natural hair in a twist. 

A twist-out or passion twist is a great hairstyle if you want to take advantage of your natural texture but don’t want to lose too much hair. Tweezing and cutting away the bulk isn’t the only way to twist yourself. Rather than re-twist or style your hair after it’s styled, try using some products to help set your twists in place.

The Right Hair Texture

Twist Out is a great way to wear your natural hair, but it’s important to have the right texture. If you have curly or dry hair, you may want to consider using a moisturizing cream first before twisting out your hair. This will help the twists maintain their shape and keep them from sticking together.

If you have curly hair, you’ll want to avoid the finger coil method of styling. You can use this method to create a twist if you have straight or wavy hair.

Twist Cream

To twist out your natural hair, you need something that will keep your hair twisted up in place while also moisturizing it as it dries. Twist Cream is one of the best products for this purpose! It contains ingredients like coconut oil, aloe vera juice, and shea butter which nourish your scalp while providing moisture to the ends of your twist-outs. This makes it perfect for twisting out afro-textured or thick curly hair without weighing them down or making them look oily.

You will need a moisturizer and oil for your hair. You can use any that is safe for your hair type but be sure to check the ingredients list and make sure there are no oils or other ingredients that could leave your hair feeling greasy.


Use a wide-tooth comb or brush to detangle your hair before twisting it up in sections. This will help prevent breakage, which is common when using this method on natural hair textures with porous strands that tend to tangle easily. Ensure not to rub too hard when detangling because this can cause breakage and split ends if you’re not careful.


You’ll also want to apply moisturizer after twisting your hair up in sections so that it doesn’t dry out as quickly while being twisted up each time during the process. A good moisturizer will help keep moisture in a while, also conditioning your hair at the same time. It’s especially important if you’re using an oil-based product instead of one.

Hair Elastic Bands

If you want your twist to last long, keeping it in place is important. We recommend using hair elastics to keep the twist out in place for at least six hours and then pinning it up when you take your wash out.


It’s not just the hair elastic bands that keep your twist out. Make sure you use a moisturizer or oil to keep your twists from drying out throughout the day. This will help prevent frizz and breakage and give your twist the added shine.

The Finger Coil Method

The finger coil method is one of our favorite ways to style natural hair because it’s so easy! All you need is some light-hold hairspray, a little water, and a few fingers! Here’s how to do it:

Start by sectioning off two sections of hair on either side of your head with an elastic band before twisting them down into ponytails or braids. Next, spray light hold hairspray onto both sides of dry hair (this will help maintain the shape of your twists). Twist each side into two separate ponytails or braids while holding the two ends together with fingers placed at the bottom


Transitioning and styling natural hair can be quite the journey. Many struggles to find hairstyles that suit their natural hair type and texture, but with a bit of perseverance and creativity, you can discover a wide range of beautiful styles. A good stylist can be very helpful in ensuring that you get the best hairstyle for your hair. Whether you want a fresh new look to the way your hair has been or want to explore new possibilities for natural hair or curly extensions, a stylist can help ensure you get the look you want.

By Syed Khubaib Saifi

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