Do you ever wonder what to do with your TWA? If the answer is yes, keep scrolling for your answers on ways to style your TWA.
A Bleached TWA
This may be the only time I would recommend bleaching your hair. At this stage, it’s easy to keep moisturized, doesn’t get knots and easy to style. You don’t have to worry about dead ends and cutting off that much growth as it grows out.
A TWA With A Shaved Side Part
This shaved side part makes it look as if you put effort into styling your hair, even though you didn’t. Fast and easy. Which is what we all signed up for.
The TWA Hugh Top
Ok, so for this, a barber will have to get involved. However, going to the barbers is nothing like going to the salon except for all the talk that happens in the chair. The back and the sides of this are faded with a slight taper, leaving you with only the top of your hair to maintain.
The TWA Mohawk Fade
Ok so this is a bit more than a TWA, but works all the same. It’s a cross between a mohawk and fade…in a way. Not quite sure what to call it, but I love it nonetheless. Just show the pic to your stylist.