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To achieve this Havana Twist Hairstyle, you will need these hair supplies as follows;
(10) Packs of Marley/Havana Twisting Hair Extensions http://goo.gl/AJyPVJ
Rat Tail Comb http://goo.gl/6OVvhl
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Duck Bill Clips http://goo.gl/Hbes0V
Blue Cold Wave Hair Rollers http://goo.gl/LZ29Cj
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Dry Towel http://goo.gl/6yvLK4
Take your time when twisting and manipulating your hair when you are achieving the Havana Twist Hairstyle.
Try your best not to add too much hair to each twisting section because this will results in heavy twist and the same thing goes for heavy braids as well.
When twisting in your Marley Hair or Havana Twist Hair, use about 8 strands per section and make sure to do “brick parting” to hide gaps and spaces in between one twist extension to another.
Also, when you twist your Havana Twists, use a little bit of hair gel to slick down the ends of your real hair so that you can prevent your hair from sticking out of your braids.
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