#2 The Side Parted Crochet Braids
The best thing about crochet braids is that you would style them in any way and look glam. The reasonably sizeable braids hug the head well while the arrangement of the long crochet twists in a neat way gives a pop to the beautiful facial features.
#3 Crotchet Twists Wound into a Chunky Bun
Pulling the twists into a top bun elongates the face while the other flowing tresses give detail to the neck. Dense twists give a nice chunky bun that is not easy to achieve with the natural untwisted hair. The protective style offers an ideal way of keeping your hair away on the head while still keeping your stylish game on point.
#4 The Auburn Senegalese Crotchet Twists
Most Senegalese twists will have a part at the front or adopt a swept back look. The combination of the dark auburn color
and the side part bring a feminine touch to the whole look. Keep the makeup at a minimum while wearing this look to avoid having a dramatic outcome.
#5 The Striped Small Senegalese Twists
The blonde braids appear to create some highlights or peek-a-boos to the black hair. The thin crochets Senegalese give a lot of styling options since they are easier to manipulate than the huge ones. The blonde color on some twists accentuates the warm facial features.
#6 The Relaxed Rope Twists
The thick twists
that flow to the back can turn into an elegant hairstyle for any event depending on how you style them. Create fewer braids on the hair by over-sizing them to make them more comfortable and manageable.
#7 Embellished Wine Red Senegalese Twists
The wine red color on the crotchets blends well with the warm skin complexion creating a magnificent effect. Do not worry about coloring the crochet twists since the hair color does not extend to the natural hair. Accessorize the hair with some silver beads to give a little contrast to the hair.
#8 The Long Elegant Senegalese Twists
Allow the black twisted ropes to cascade in a three-dimensional way (that is at each of the two sides and the top part flowing to the back) to obtain a full look. You can embellish or style them into different styles if you want but leaving them to flow freely still looks elegant.
#9 Medium to Large Crochet Box Braids
are different from crochet Senegalese twists although you need to take a closer look to get the difference. The braid consists of a 3-strand which differentiates it from the other crochet twists. Make a side part on the hair that gives dimension and volume to the hair.
#10 Brown and Blonde Combo
Black is the most common color on the Senegalese twists, but a blend of brown and blonde
on the hair gives a unique glow to the jumbo braids. Sweep all the braids to the back before picking one brown braid from one side and a blonde one from the other and knot it at the area between the nape of the neck and the crown to secure all the braids.
#11 The Shoulder Length Curls
The stylists use Flexi or perm rods to style the hair into nicely made jumbo Senegalese twists. A side part brings out the feminine glory on a woman while at the same time preventing the thick curls from overwhelming the face. The beaded embellish gives a contrasting feature to the black color.
#12 The Caramel Highlighted Faux Locks
The neat arrangement of the large faux locks gives a layered look on the hair while the side part tames the wild look on the hair. Include some contrasting spirals on the hair to make the entire look eye-catching.
#13 The Afro Kinky Curls
This African inspired hairstyle allows the straight haired people, and the naturally waved people to wear the kinky hair at any time. The dark chocolate brown of the hair blends magically on the cool skin tone while the voluminous look leaves people drooling. The anti-frizz spray comes in handy in preventing frizzed ends.
#14 Nourished Crotchet Senegalese Twist with Subtle Blonde Streaks
The perfectly rolled ringlets are super shiny and elegant owing to their sleekness, and the blonde highlights take the hair sparkle to another level. The unique hairstyle blends in with the skin tone creating an overall stunning effect.
#15 The Wavy Senegalese Twists
The wavy twisted look on the hair makes it appear more natural than any other Senegalese crotchets. The maroon hair strands contrast the black color in an elegant way while a side sweep of the hair gives a perfect frame for the face.
#16 Black Side Swept Senegalese Twists
Black hair color complements the warm skin complexions in a mesmerizing while a side swept finish on the hair provide the perfect frame for the face. The twist adopts a loose finish at the base, and it gets tighter as it extends down to the ends.
#17 Chocolate Brown Ombre on Box Braids
The complementary colors used on the twists give a chocolate candy finish to the hair. Give a small part at the front while weaving out the cornrows that allow the crochet braid to hug the face gracefully. The hair ombre should begin a few inches past the mid-length extending down to the ends.
# 18 The Cute Havana Twists
The Havana twists are thick and coarser than the Senegalese braids and resemble most natural hair textures. The hair stylist crochets the twists using the invisible root method creating a thick dreadlock effect on the hair. Allow the Havana twists to cascade down to the ends for an elegant finish. Adding some highlights would give it an interesting outcome.
#19 Half Up Half Down Twists
Small Senegalese crochet twists are easy to manipulate to any desired style without too much effort. The hair features two sections of the hair with the top part having a ponytail and the under part flowing freely. Twist a golden ribbon with some strands of the hair at the top that gives it a sparkle.
#20 The Tight Crochet Twirls
The faux locks hug the head tightly, and the compact look that they create adds to the fullness of the hair. A center part helps tame the thick mane while at the same time giving an attractive dimension to the hair. Arrange the tight curls on the hair to avoid having an over-exaggerated look.
#21 Crochet Faux Locks
You can style these versatile twists into anything that you can think of and still look exquisite. In this case, the strands from both sides extend at the back and end into a low ponytail that holds the twists at the center in place. Include some dark honey brown on the black that adds a little taste to the hair.
#22 Red Burgundy Senegalese Crotchet Twists
Parting the hair at the center or on sides allows the twists to sit correctly on the head. The dark burgundy hair color together with a matching lippy give a contrasting effect to the chocolate brown skin tone. Pick some twisted strands from the two sides and hold them at the back keeping the hair from the face.
#23 The Platinum Silver Crochet
If you thought the Senegalese twists were for the black and brown hair colors, then the platinum silver hair proves you wrong. The twists pop out elegantly on anyone with gray hair color while the powdered white ombre completes the whole look.
#24 Thick Crochet Box Braids
The secret behind maintaining few strands of braids from the head is styling them into thick strands. Sweep all the hair to the back and arrange them neatly on the head to obtain a laid-back look.
#25 The Classic Box Braids
Box braids have been a favorite for many people due to the clean, neat, and professional look that comes with them. You can opt to add some contrast to the hair by adding some beaded embellishments or include a different color on the hair.
All crochet Senegalese twists use either Marley or Kanekalon hair, although the twisting method may be varied hence the different outcomes. You may try out different crochet twists using a solid color, ombre, or balayage. Sometimes, all that the twists need is a little accessorizing with a headscarf/band, beads or decorative bows.