2. Finger Coils
Although this style takes a long time to perfect, when done right, it creates some cute coils and gives a different look to the ordinary TWA (teeny weeny afro) look.
3. Wash N Go
This is the simplest of all styles. You simply wash the hair, moisturize it, and fluff it. If you want more hold, use a little non-alcoholic gel such as Eco Stylyer gel or flax seed gel.
4. Cornrow or Flat Twist
If you are able to hold onto some of the hair, without straining the hair, you can create cornrows or flat twist in the hair. The key thing when doing this type of style on shorter hair is NOT to put too much tension on the hair. Here are some other tips on cornrowing your child’s hair:
Kids love accessories, so whatever style you come up with, don’t forget to accessorize it
For more styles on TWAs, check out these additional 7 styles.
How do you style your child’s short hair?