Perimeter Crochet Senegalese Twist Tutorial Part 7 of 7 - Hairstyle Take Down

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.


Gently unravel your crochet rope twist from your crochet braid pattern to avoid breakage. Use scissors to assist you in removal if the twists are stubborn to remove. If you want to save your premade Senegalese twists but they are hard to take down safely, take down as many as you can from your cornrow braids and unravel your braids to release the stubborn twists. After removing your perimeter twists, use rinse conditioner to gently detangle your perimeter hair to avoid matting when caring for your hair after this rope twist install.


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Welcome to step number six of the Mrs. Rutter's perimeter crochet Senegalese twist in this step I will be teaching you three very creative hairstyles you can do with your new look one style will be called the Dutch bun updo another will be called the double Dutch braid and then another style will be called the double side twist bun in order to achieve the styles all you need is a couple of bobby pins and rubber bands the very first hairstyle that I want to show you is called the Dutch bun updo you want to separate half of your hair the back half and the front half and you want to put the back half in a Dutch braid after you've done that you gather all of your hair put it into a bun and bobby pin in place for style number one this is Dutch bun updo next for style number two will be the double Dutch braid for style number two I will be showing you the double Dutch braid when doing the style you have to make sure that all of your twists are laid down in the direction you would like for them to lay and then divide your hair and have him begin braiding your Dutch braid on both sides remember that a Dutch braid is over hand braid and a French braid is an under hand braid so we can be braiding an over hand braid on both sides of my head to complete the look and this is style number two the double Dutch braid make sure to separate your braids just a little bit for more body fullness for style number three I will be showing you how to do the double side twist bun to do this style first make sure your Senegalese twist are laying in the direction you would like you want to make sure that your crocheted braid pattern isn't showing through your twists so after you've done that and laid your twists in the way you would like for them to lay loosely divide your twists into two sections with your fingers for each section what you're going to do is slightly two strand twists Senegalese twists together and then at the very ends and secure each side with a rubber band after that you will loop two ends together all around one another bobby pin in place to complete your look for style number three this is the double side twist by so as you can see I've shown you three very creative ways to style your new look so now in the very next step, step number seven I will be shown you how quick and easy simple it is to take down and remove your extensions


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