By Black Hair Hub | Feb 22, 2020
For those of you who’ve never heard of a twist before… what rock are y’all living under? Beautiful, protective and easy to maintain, a twist is the latest in a long line of protective natural hairstyles. Long or short, these twists can be worn at any time and for any function. But what if you do not have the time (or the effort) to create a twist from scratch? Well, that’s where Darling’s twist extensions come in.
Mentioned below are three Darling twist extensions that you should definitely try out.
Similar to a dreadlock, the Marley twist is an easy to maintain, long-lasting protective hairstyle that has definitely won the hearts of many. To make this twist work, simply stitch in the extensions and throw them into a bun. Voila! Simple to do and beautiful to look at. What about the extensions you ask? Well, these one-of-a-kind extensions are extremely smooth and soft to the touch. They are available in different shades to match one’s hair colour and are great for medium curls.
Is your hair too short to attempt the beautiful Havana Twist? We feel your pain. We can’t admit to crying about it anymore and that’s all thanks to Darling’s Havana Twist Braid Extensions. We picked up 3 packs as per the website’s recommendation and were more than happy with the quantity and the following results. Available in a number of shades (at least 10 by our count), these braids are every extension hog’s dream pack. Try them out now.
If you are someone who has gone through with the big chop and want to jump right to the afro hairstyle, then this extension is just for you. Soft to the touch and very easy to manage, the spring twist extensions are great for every hair length and texture. Available in 10 variants, these extensions will definitely add an element of fun to your overall outfit.
Ladies, twists are all the rage and with the twist extensions mentioned above, you’ll have no problem dropping some jaws in your day.
Want to know more about hair extensions? Check out 5 Exciting Must-Try Extensions For 2020
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