25 Dazzling Ways of Achieving Crotchet Senegalese Twist — All the Vogue

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Senegal in West African is the origin of the crochet Senegalese twist. They are one of the most protective hairstyles out there from the harsh chemicals, styling gels, or heat damage. A proper execution can last for two to three months. While making crochet twists, you cornrow the natural hair first and then crochet the twist into the cornrows. You can dye the crotched braid to any color of preference without interfering with the natural color of the hair. The guideline below shows some of the ways of wearing the Senegalese twists.

#1 Small Beaded Senegalese Twists


Protective styling should be one of the woman’s must have hairdo’s this year. Style the hair into medium sized crochet twists that you hold together at the back keeping them away from the face. The golden bead on the twists attracts attention to the hair wherever you go.

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