Supplies Used For The Rope Twist Extensions Black Hair DVD
Rope Twist / Senegalese Twists 100% Kanekalon Synthetic Hair Tutorial Supplies Part 1
To do your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions you want to make sure that the hair you buy can be used to do french braids.
Use hair that you would use for long box braids.
Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions are individual twists with weave and they favor box braids or single braids but they consist of a twist, thats the only difference.
You can use whatever hair you want, sometimes I like to use silky straight hair and other times, I want it to look really full and kinky so it's your preference.
Use your regular braiding synthetic hair to achieve the results I achieved.
Follow along with the products that I have listed above to achieve the appropriate results of your Senegalese Rope Twist Extensions.
How To Do Senegalese / Rope Twists Step By Step Tutorial Part 2
When twisting on natural hair, you always want to be extremely gentle with your hair.
If you are not careful with your hair, that will reflect in the health of your hair.
Too much rough handling on your tresses will result in split damaged ends and hair loss which in the long run stunt the growth of your hair.
Wearing a protective style like this Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions is great in retaining length but if you always comb aggressively or handle your hair in a rough manner, many of your hair saving methods will go to waste.
Also, remember when that you do Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions you can make your twists as long as you want.
The ultimate look of a style is to your discretion.
How To Create Salon Quality Rope Twists / Senegalese Twist Extensions Tutorial Part 3
When doing your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions, there may be a time, or two, when other priorities intervene.
There may be times when you have to go out to get something to eat, you may have to cook for your family, or make it on time to work.
Doing your individual twists/Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions in a rush with my method will show you results that seems as if your hair has been finished.
Twist your hair around the perimeter of your head so that when those inconveniences force you to take a break from your hair, you can put your hair into a ponytail to continue on later.
Quick Twists Senegalese / Rope Twists On Your Own Natural Hair Tutorial Part 4
When twisting your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions, make sure to take your time!
I know it's fun and even if you know what you are doing, you want to be careful with the way that you handle the hair on your head.
Be careful that when you twist your hair that it isn't too tight.
Your extensions should feel snug with only a slight pull, if you feel uncomfortable, have headaches or pain, that is your scalp letting you know that the tension is unbearable.
Twisting the hair too tight does help the style last for a little bit longer but it also encourages hair loss which no one wants!
You can reduce this greatly by twisting at a tightness that is comfortable for you.
So many times, I used to twist my hair too tight just to make it "last longer" and I would be hurting myself in the end.
Take your time and stick to what you know works for you and keep working and practicing as your do your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions!
Sealing The Ends Of Senegalese / Rope Twist Tutorial Protective Hairstyle Part 5
As you are finish twisting your hair for your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions Hairstyle, next you will be sealing the ends of your hair.
Usually the hair that you use to achieve this twist style is synthetic so it is not best advice to use your curlers or a curling wand to curl the ends of your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions.
Adding heat from a curling iron can potentially melt the extensions or the curl from the curling iron may not give you your best curl result for this style.
It is best to simply dip the ends of the Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions in hot water.
Be careful and avoid dripping hot water on yourself and avoid burning your scalp with hot.
Once you thoroughly dry off the twist, run your fingers through the twists and trim away any flimsy ends.
Senegalese Twists / Rope Twist Finished Results Tutorial Part 6
This is the finished look to your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions Hairstyle after twisting and sealing the ends of the individual twist extensions.
This hairstyle is perfect for natural hair simply because it is a protective style and your natural hair isn't exposed.
These Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions are also great for those who are post relaxer or even transitioning with their natural hair.
Even if you are relaxed, you can do this and achieve great results as well.
3 Hairstyles For Senegalese / Rope Twists On Virgin Natural 4c Hair Tutorial Part 7
There are so many different types of ways to style Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions because individual twists offer so much versatility in the first place.
With your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions Hairstyle, depending on your length, you can put all of your twists into a ponytail or let them hang free.
You can also use bobby pins to secure certain twists into place or use headbands and scarves to accessorize your protective style with extensions.
In this tutorial I will be using styling tools like headbands,, hair pins, and other hair accessories to style my Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions Hairstyle on natural hair.
How To Take Down Senegalese Rope Twists On Black Hair Safely Tutorial Part 8
Now it's time to take down or uninstall your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions .
If you would rather sport your hairstyle for another couple of days or even weeks feel free but remember to take care of your hair.
When I wear any type of hair style, it is a MUST that I add moisture to my hair at least once a week.
I use my spray bottle concoction to add moisture to my hair.
Remember to release your twists out of a pinned style at least once a week to add some moisture to your hair.
If your hair requires less moisture, thats fine.
Do to your hair what your hair needs because if you let conditions worsen, your hair ends up paying for it.
When taking down your Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions all you have to do is unravel them from the bottom and work your way up.
Sometimes I like to cut of the very bottom of the twists because the curled ends can become extremely interlocked which makes it hard to take them down.
If you are sure or unsure as to whether or not where your hair ends along the twists, take them down with your hands until you are comfortable with cutting the ends to speed up the process.
Its really easy and simple and once you get the technique down, you will be addicted to the ease of this style!
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