Like three strand twists, two strand twists are just as fabulous. In fact, they are catchier than three strand twists. Two strand twists come in different lengths, they can be done with bob short haircuts and ones longer than your waistline. Different thicknesses of each twist make a huge variance in the hairstyle so does the color. All in all, it’s a glamourous way of protecting your hair and making it look as natural as possible. In this article a lot of styles of different lengths, thicknesses, and hues will be presented, so make sure to keep on scrolling and take a look!
#1: Loose Two Strand Twists
Using two strands instead of three to create twists will make your hair look like an endless swirl. Try using thicker strands to create jumbo twists, which looks more contemporary than thin ones.
#2: Curled Ends
With your long twists hanging limply, try making them look livelier by curling up their ends.
#3: Side Ponytail
For a change in style, consider an adorable way of styling your hair by creating a high ponytail on the side of your head. Make sure the extensions aren’t stressing much on the roots of your hair though, or the consequences will be ugly.
#4: Twist Updos
Using two strands to make twists doesn’t limit your options in styling them. This combo of cornrows on the side, a pouf on top and an updo on the back is a perfect example of the endless options to consider while styling your hair.
#5: Caramel Ombre Low Bun
With your twists create a neat low bun for a fast and organized look. It’s always a plus to have some colored strands, the warmer the color the better.