Havana twists are a super cute protective style, but they don’t have to cost two paychecks to get them installed. Here’s how to do havana twists on yourself to save money and a headache!
To achieve this look, I first sectioned my twistout into 11 braids, finger detangling with the Carol’s Daughter Monoi Anti-Breakage Spray and left them overnight to stretch. The next day, I reused sections of my Fingercomber hair from my Havana twists earlier this year (somewhere between 5 and 8 individual pieces of hair fluffed out). Applying Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter and IC Fantasia gel on each section of my own hair, and some water/conditioner spray on the Fingercomber hair, I secured the Fingercomber hair to the root of my section and twisted down while twisting each individual twist. I ended up with a total of 34 twists (3 sections of 11 braids, plus one section that was too big!).
Do you have any questions about this tutorial or another style that I’ve done? Ask away in the comment section!