I loved this look for a night out in the Paris Jazz Clubs. I wanted something edgy to go with my new dress I purchased in the Garment District. The Mohawk requires 5 even sections across the head.
Place each section in a ponytail, two strand twist, wrap around, and tuck under. I played up the look with my lightweight jeweled headband.
5. Sophisticated Lady
We went to dinner every night in Savannah on my girl’s trip. This night I wore a mid-length black and white striped dress. I wanted to show off the length of my Senegalese Twist.
I sectioned my hair in two parts across. More on the top, a little less in the back. I pulled the top to one side, though not completely over. Just behind my ear. I secured it with a hair tie. I pulled all the remaining hair over to one side.
I enjoyed wearing the twists to one side. It played up my classy sophisticated look. It went well with my big clip-on vintage earrings and red lipstick. I’m such a lady!
6. Casual Chic
This is my go to, everyday casual chic look. Senegalese Twist are so easy and require very little maintenance. I use olive oil on my scalp every few days and sleep in a bonnet or a satin pillowcase. I also clean my scalp with peppermint shampoo using a wash cloth once a week.
This Casual Chic look was done by braiding my twists down the middle in a loose french braid. Once I got to the base of my neck, I created a twist and secured it with a hair band.