Afro Twister for twist, loc's, comb and variety

My son is turning twelve this Saturday.  He just entered middle school and being cool is much more important now.  He doesn't like getting his hair cut, but still wants to represent a look of "swagger" . As a mother I understand the growing pains of middle school and know it is very important for a young man to represent himself and his style.  

I am not the trendiest mom, but I am hip enough to see whats going on.   I noticed that the manicured  clean cut, overly groomed look isn't as prevalent as it used to be.  Wearing chunky 'fros, Twa's and locs are widely accepted.  Well I must say with my sons genetics he can wear natural styles like no other.     My son is allowing his hair to grow, and I feel we should allow some variety in  his style.   When we discovered the Afro twister I was beyond excited to use it on my sons hair.   His hair is thick and strong and  this would be an interesting look for my sons hair.
I was very impressed with how the afro twister looked on his hair.  It gave my sons hair a wild look yet it was very uniformed since the twists were the same size, and look identical.  It even looked like it created parts.   I was amazed by the work that I created with my own two hands.  This style would be so expensive if I took my son to a salon.  It also would be very time consuming to make tiny parts and comb coil for this look.  It also would require a lot of gel to get this style to stay.
Created  a style with the Afro Twister is super easy please watch the video below for a demonstration of how this product works. If you are interested in purchasing the afro twister, please click the following link

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  1. I've heard of this before and it does work really well for short afro hair. #ProductReviewParty