Loose Senegalese zip twist

I'm 6 weeks post relaxer and though I was supposed to do a treatment,  I opted to  get Marley loose Senegalese zip twists for the fact that I'd rather hide the hair than deal with dry ends as a result of harmattan. Because I can't wear a full pony,  the tucked hair is what works to some extent. Whilst the bottom hair can fit into a tuck, the upper part is too short so the result is hair that sticks out.

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That means the hair isn't fully protected. Well,  I could have worn a wig but I need air blowing on my scalp. Since I want no braid this year,  I went for one that didn't require long hours of work. The Marley was done within 40 minutes,  3 ladies braided the zip method. I prefer this one to full braids as my hair is fully integrated into the knot.

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I used 3 packs of Noble Afro Twist (13gh) per pack.
The fastest braiding I've ever done so I'm quite impressed.
I'll see you next week when I'm 7 weeks post relaxer. Take care.

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