Need a New Protective Style to Wear This Spring? Try Havana Twists squib
Have you added Havana twists to your list of spring hair inspiration yet? Because if you haven't already, you probably should. If you're unfamiliar with the protective style, Havana twists are similar to Marley twists, except they have a slightly different look and feel, not to mention that both styles use a different type of braiding hair. (Marley twists normally use a really kinky braiding hair that can often be bought for around $5 a pack at a beauty supply store, while Havana twists use Havana hair that's a tad more expensive per pack.)
Havana twists aren't a new style by any means, but that certainly doesn't make us love them any less. Read ahead to take a look at some of our favorite takes on Havana twists.