For The Senegalese Rope Twists Extensions Tutorial, I inform you of all the products that you will need to achieve this style.
To achieve the Rope Twists Hairstyle, you will need as follows;
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!
Welcome to step number four of the Senegalese twist style in this step I will show you how to do your twist in a rush when you are doing your Senegalese twists you may notice that it doesn't take time to finish doing your hair there times we simply have to get up and go simply because we may have somewhere to be an appointment to go to or simply have to go to work so you don't want to go anywhere with hair all over your head and it’s not finished so in a sense I will show you how to quickly show you how to do your Senegalese twists so that it appears to be that your entire head is finished when in fact it’s not so now it appears that my style is completely done and that I have a bun on top of my head but my hair is undone so what I will do is take down my hair and show you how it looks as you can see the middle of my head is not finished so what I've done to make sure that my hair lays extremely flat is to gather my hair into a ponytail so that when I pulled into as it appears to be that my hair is finished you want to make sure that you twist a good amount of section around the entire edge of your hair the depth of my twists are about 3 to 4 twist or rows so that for me to cover up my hair if your twist are bigger you can probably have less amount to his twist or if your twists are smaller and may require that you have more twist s around the edge of your head to cover your hair so even though my hair is not finished this is in fact how to do your Senegalese twists in a rush in the next step, step number five I will show you how to seal the ends of your Senegalese twists