The Ultimate Tutorial for Perfect Marley-looking Twists

The Ultimate Tutorial for Perfect Marley-looking Twists

Marley-looking twists may look like a difficult hairstyle but believe us it’s really not! Celebrities all around the world are opting for this style, as it is incredibly easy to create. This protective hairstyle if done correctly can last up to weeks. Check out how to create this gorgeous style here!

1. Choose The Correct Hair Extension

Marley-looking twists can only be created with a specific type of hair extension. Make the right pick so your styling process is smoother and easier. Invest in Darling Superstar as they are of good quality and will help your style look chic and last longer.

2. Shampoo And Detangle

Make sure you wash your natural hair with a cleansing shampoo and moisturise it with a leave-in conditioner before you install your extensions. Detangle your hair with a wide-toothed comb to avoid frizz and make the installation process easy.

3. Parting And Sectioning

Part your hair into straight lines and make cornrows all the way to the back. Do this until the hair is complete in cornrows.

4. Installing Darling Havana Twist

Pick up a section of your extensions, bend it in a U-shape and use a crochet needle to install. Twist it all the way until the end and wrap the loose ends securely. Repeat this process with all the sections all over your head.

5. Maintaining Your Twists

Your Marley-looking twists with Darling Superstar are good to go! Provide them with optimum care and nourishment. Treating your hair scalp with spray bottles, applying hair oils and leave-in treatments will help you maintain this protective style for a longer period.

Protective styles are the need of the hour! However, what is the point if you can’t maintain them? Check out the Best Way To Maintain Your Protective Style and make your style last longer.

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