Today, I want to show you a different way to rock your two strand twists, or your hairstyle of choice, with using a hair fork!
⋆ Low Maintenance for the Win! ⋆
Set it and forget it is what I love most about my natural hair. I style my hair at the start of the week and can maintain that same hairstyle for at least one to two weeks. Two strand twists are my go-to and what I wear most often, as do many women of color with type 4, kinky, curly hair. I usually have my hair pulled up to a pony tail or a bun….
….but not today! 😀
⋆ Saya Designs ⋆
- able to hold large amounts of hair
- suitable for medium to thick hair
- hand made from Tamarind and rosewood
- each hair fork is unique
- hand carved from sustainably sourced root wood from Indonesia
- Dimensions | Length x 14cm | Width x 8cm | Depth x 1cm
- Price: $49.00
Why Sourced Root Wood?
The roots left behind by loggers that harvest trees on a large-scale production takes hundreds of years to decompose and have little value for the soil. Saya Designs uses waste material to create their products which helps by removing waste from the environment rather than impacting tree inventory.
⋆ Styling Relaxed Hair ⋆
Hair forks, hair sticks and hair slides can also be used on relaxed hair as shown below:
⋆ Styling Natural Hair ⋆
Since many of us wear our hair in some type of braided or twisted style, I decided to show how a hair fork can be used to create a cute updo. Here are some snaps from me playing around with some different looks:
The Barrette hair fork is nice quality and secures my hair well. When I pull my hair up in accessories, I never try to make the style look perfect, I let my twists fall where they may. It’s my equivalent to a messy bun except I’m doing it with two strands twists. Doing this review has motivated me to play around with more accessories to change up my signature look.Two strand twists are my go-to hairstyle for my #4cHair, #kinkycurly, #naturalhair. Today, I'm jazzing things up with a hair fork. Let me show you how! Click To Tweet