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Twist Out for Moisturized Colored Natural Hair | Highlights Transitioning + Damaged

SO much info here guys! This is my Updated Twist Out Routine for Color Dyed Natural Hair! Specifically natural hair that’s been thinned out by layers and hair with highlights. After I dyed and shaped my natural hair, I noticed it was dryer and much thinner. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJhAlNgM7iA] So I had to revise some things in my routine so that my color-dyed natural hair would still look voluminous, and not lay flat, while styled in a twist out! I also had to figure out how to twist my hair in order to make my highlights pop, and not get lost in the rest of my hair! I hope you enjoy my new twist out routine for highlighted natural hair! I’ll probably be doing this until my color grows out! I hope it helps! 
XoXo!! Nap

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Hi Whitney! I love the background music in this video. Could you tell me what song you used it's beautiful.

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