So many women hear TWA but don’t actually know what it means. Well TWA is just short for teeny weeny afro and for those who have thought about or done the big chop that is usually the first step. The little teeny afro that you seem to be able to do nothing with. Many women who go for the big chop simply tend to just wash and go until the mini afro grows out.
The best thing for those who are growing out the shorter crop cut is to co wash the hair. Since you are transitioning just washing your hair with conditioner and letting your hair dry seems to be the best route to take. Twistouts seem to be the style of choice but for those looking for other styles for there teeny weeny then take a look at our gallery below for other short styles.
Going back to your natural hair means finding out what works and looks best for your own hair since everyone is different and so is your hair and the styles you will like. Even if you have a texturizer in your hair you will still need to cut it or grow it out. For the most part you are going to be looking at trial and error to really find out which styles work for your face shape and hair type. Many women with TWA swear by using Cantu line and Shea moisture. This can be a nerve wrecking stage as it seems to take the longest and there just doesn’t seem like much that you can do to make that afro look better. Hopefully these styles and looks will give you a little more options for styling your short do.