Brush through your mane to make it sleek and smooth. Remove every last tangle before you start twisting.
Squeeze a dollop of styling cream into one hand and rub your hands together. Slather this goodness over your strands to deliver a little extra control while you style.
Separate the hair you want to twist into two parts -- not three like braids. Hold a section in each hand.
Start twisting each section separately away from each other -- twist one section toward the left and the other section toward the right. Don’t make the twists so tight that your hair wants to coil. You want these twists loose enough that they just travel down the length of the strands.
After twisting the sections for about 2 to 3 inches, bring them together and tie them in a basic half knot.
Separate the sections again and start twisting again just like before. Keep going like this, twisting and tying, until you get to the ends of your hair.
Fasten the twisted braid with an elastic hair band to hold it tight.
Spritz on the hairspray to calm any flyaways.