I rinsed my scalp and hair with apple cider vinegar to cleanse and remove product build up (massaging my scalp with the pads of my finger to loosen any product clinging to my scalp).
 After wrapping my hair with a towel for about an hour to soak up all the excess water, I sprayed my twists with watered down mix of Kurlee Belle Thirsty Kurls Leave-In + glycerin.
 My twists in the front frizzed up so I took those down and redid them to wrap up my wash day.
There's nothing spectacualr about seeing wet twists so there's no photos of those steps but a couple readers sent in emails about how I wear my hair for bed to prevent my twists from frizzing... I channel my inner Minnie Mouse.
Using just one hair band, I wrap the twists around the base (as if I were doing any ol' bun) and then use a hair band to secure it. I make sure I pile the hair at the very top of my head because it leaves the sides and back of my head free when sleeping/tossing around my bed, and also helps protect the twists from frizzing when rubbing against my pillows. To prevent my edges and nape, I wrap a silk scarf around my head.