Perimeter Crochet Senegalese Twist Tutorial Part 4 of 7 - Sealing Your Ends

Breanna Rutter


Breanna Rutter presents you all with her brand new hairstyle called Mrs. Rutter’s Crochet Senegalese Twists! These Rope Twist Extensions were achieved on her own natural 4c hair. You can perform this style on relaxed hair as well to achieve similar results.


In The Mrs. Rutter Senegalese Crochet Tutorial, Breanna Rutter informs you of all the products that you will need to achieve this particular hairstyle!


To achieve the Crochet Senegalese Twist Hairstyle, you will need as follows;
(7) Packages of Kanekalon Braiding Hair
(2) Color #1B (5) Color #4GOLD
Wide Tooth Detangling Comb
Rat Tail Comb
Duck Bill Clips
Hair Cutting Scissors
Rubber Bands
Bobby Pins
Nylon Weaving Thread
Curved Weaving Needle
Wig Clamp/Wig Block Holder


The Mrs. Rutter Crochet Senegalese Twists is an advanced hairstyle because you have to know how to do rope twists, crochet braids, and cornrow braids to understand how to follow along with this new hairstyle!


Purchase those DVDs to prepare you for this advanced hairstyle!

Senegalese Twist DVD
Crochet Braids DVD
Cornrow Braids DVD


To follow this Senegalese Crochet Tutorial, you want to make sure that you have purchased the appropriate braiding hair to give you the look and length you desire whether expressions or kanekalon braiding hair is best for you. You can purchase your Senegalese twist color of choice that you would like or you can match the color of your braiding hair to your natural hair color. Make sure that you have all of your hair supplies listed above to do this hairstyle on your own hair or to do this twisted hairstyle on another.


Slowly dip the ends of your Crochet Rope Twists into a cup of hot water to hot water seal your twists. To avoid accidents, DO NOT LEAN on your cup or table and carefully pull your twists out of the water with a towel or large t-shirt to serve as protection from the hot water. Use hair cutting scissors to trim off any undesirable hairs.



Hello and welcome to step number four of the Mrs. Rutter's perimeter crochet Senegalese twist in this that I will be teaching you how to hot water seal the ends of your twists to prevent them from unraveling the thing about doing Senegalese twists is that if you are consistently twisting from the roots to the end your twists will not unravel but to prevent any chance of them unraveling it's best call to actually dip the ends in hot water to do so when you are hot water selling the ends what happens is that the hair will slightly melt but visual you don't see this so that way when it was actually dry you will actually notice that the ends deal a little bit more stiff than how they previously felt the fibers are just slightly melting under a very high temperature so that way all the fibers combined together which stops the twist from unraveling so when dealing with hot water I want you to be very careful and you also assume all responsibility and risk that goes with using hot water to do so before hot water selling the ends of your Senegalese twist there are A couple materials that you need in place to make sure everything goes smoothly first thing first is that you need a large T-shirt or towel to help dry your twists after sealing them you will need a cup of very hot water to actually seal the ends of your twists and then you will need hair cutting scissors to cut off any undesirable hairs that stick out of your twists so that way your twists look very neat so now when getting your cup of hot water ready you want to make sure that your water was already previously steaming or boiling so that the water is hot as it possibly can be also I prefer that you use a cup's who’s handle is not affected by the temperature of the cup so what I mean by this is that if at any moment you need to quickly move your cup or adjust what you're doing you can grab a handle that’s cool to touch because the handle is not affected by the heat of the cup so now first to begin you want to gather all of your twists and you will be dipping I prefer that you work with small sections at a time but this is also dependent on the size of your twists if you have very thick and big twists you can only put so many twists into your cup of water if you have thinner twist or less twists than what you see here maybe you can gather all of your twist and dip them at once but for my specific size and the link as well it's best that I split the twist in half and only dip one half at a time now before you dip your twists make sure to adjust your towel or large tshirt in place to catch any hot water and also to enclose the twists around itself or enclose the towel around the twist when you're pulling out of the water so if you can you can rest the towel on your chest or you can just sit it right in your lap so that way as your twists are coming out with one hand you using the protection of the towel to actually catch the hot water so what I want to do is get half of my twist and I'm gonna make sure I'm raking them all the way through so that way I have all of the ends together I'm just a slightly twist all of the twists so that I have a very secure grip on my actual Senegalese twists and I'm going to cover all of these ends into the hot water so make sure you gather all of them on the side and dip the twists in make sure not to lean on your cup and not to lean on the table because you don't want to accidentally knock the cup over only make sure that your twists are inside of the water and you are twirling it around to release any air bubbles so now thats soaked I am going to grab my large T-shirt which is why you need this in your lap first or on your chest first now as you're pulling your twist outs put the twist against the towel and enclose the towel around the twists so that you're not in contact with any hot water wrap the towel around and you are going to squeeze a dry you know when it's ready because when you touch it its only slightly warm it's not gonna be steaming hot so not just rake your fingers through once again slightly twist all of your twists together so they're all bunched up so you can identify any strayed ends or loose ends or pieces of hair that stick out so that they look neat now you are just going to use your scissors and you are going to cut off any hairs that you see so as you can see the twists don't look melted it to slightly melted from the hot temperature which stops your twist from unraveling whatsoever so now after you are done doing your section you are going to move onto the rest of your sections until you are finished sealing all of your Senegalese twists so as you can see hot water selling the ends of your Senegalese twists are very easy you just want to make sure that you have your materials ready and that you using a cup that has a handle that is not affected by the hot water so that way if you have to move it at any moment or adjust your table or settings you have any worries with a high handle because it can be cool to touch make sure that you're using your child to be a barrier of protection when taking a twists out of your hot water after sealing all of your twists go ahead and trim ends and then once you're finished in the very next step, step number five I will show you the finished results to the Mrs. Rutter's perimeter crochet Senegalese twist


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