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;
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!
You we are in step number eight of the Senegalese twist style in this step I will show you how to remove your Senegalese twists when taking out your Senegalese twist you want to be extremely careful in fact you are using scissors make sure to cut well below your hair what I like to do for a guide is depending on how long my hair is I like to cut that length below that length so if my hair is 2 inches long I like to go to inches down even more past my hair and cut the extensions off be safe you can also unravel your Senegalese twist with just your hands so what I like to do is I go ahead and grab a twist that’s in the front of my head and then I like to snip off the bottom third of the twist I noticed that closer down the twist it starts to get a little bit tighter because the hairs are fewer so what I do is a I go little bit off the bottom and then I cut the twists and then you just use your hands to unravel once you reached up to the roots of your hair you can use your fingers to gently glide and unroll the twists and there you have it really easy and simple now that you know how to remove your Senegalese twists make sure to be extremely careful as you are cutting your extensions you want to make sure that you are well past your hair before you use your scissors to cut your weave also you can opt out of using scissors by simply using your hands to unravel your twists from the bottom to the roots of your hair thank you for watching the Senegalese twist style be sure to check out our videos blog and online store at howtoblackhair.com thanks for watching