TWA Chronicles: Caela “itsohcaetolove”

Caela TWA short natural hair
Caela Twa
Caela Natural Hair

What’s your TWA story? This is my second go around with having a TWA. I did my first big chop in September 2010 because my hair was thin, limp, and wouldn’t grow past my shoulders. I did my second big chop September 2014 because I was being irresponsible and gave myself heat damage. How do you typically maintain your TWA on a daily basis? In the morning I spritz my hair with water, moisturize with a hair lotion and Jamaican black castor oil then I palm roll to make the curls pop. At night I spritz my hair with Oyin Handmade’s Juices and Berries, hop in the shower and let the steam work wonders on my strands. When I get out I add a moisturizer and head to bed. If my hair up top it too frizzy I’ll add a little water and twist it up. What are some of your favorite products to use on your TWA? I’m not a picky person when it comes to moisturizers. My tried and true brands are Oyin Handmade and Shea Moisture. My hair LOVES Jamaican black castor oil, it also aids at slicking my edges down too!! Describe your favorite style that you’ve done on your TWA and how you achieved it. My go to style is the side part. I do a twist out in the front and palm roll the back and sides.
What’s the best part about having short natural hair? I can wash my hair at 12am! It is definitely less time consuming.

Natural hair is fun and versatile! If you ever feel the itch to try a new style, go for it!!

Caela TWA natural hair

I’d love it if you guys kept in touch with me!!

www.itsohcaetolove.com

instagram: @itsohcaetolove

www.youtube.com/xoxoCae

itsohcaetolove@gmail.com

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2 thoughts on “TWA Chronicles: Caela “itsohcaetolove””

  1. I know that there is no such thing as 4D hair. But, my crown hair is a force to be reckoned with. My normal night time routine is to plait my hair. By the time I finish, the crown of my head is sore. Please help.

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