Once you’ve decided to try out locs, you might be wondering how TF you should style them. That’s why we gave you a super-chic side-updo option last week, and on today’s Braid Up, we’re giving you another way to remix your locs. Introducing *drumroll please* the two-strand twist: Not only is the style insanely cute, but it’s also a really easy way to add length to your locs. Even though Stasha Harris (our braiding guru) is showing off this style on her daughter, trust me when I say it looks good on all ages.
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Ready to try out this look? Here’s what you need to know:
1. Layer on your holy-grail product: edge control. Trust, this is a must for any protective style. How else are you going to get your baby hairs in those perfect swoops? Opt for one that won’t flake by the end of the day.
2. Feed in braiding hair. You’re probably going to need them—simply feed them into your locs while twisting to create thicker, fuller-looking strands.
3. Add in beads to the base of your twists. It’s a fun way to take these locs to the next level.
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