Senegalese Twists Take Down

This was a bomb twistout directly after taking out the twists.

This was a bomb twistout directly after taking out the twists.

Well, I took down my Senegalese twists last night.  Sure I could have went a little bit longer, but I need them out for this weekend.  They were only in for 5 weeks.  I enjoyed them, especially not having to think about doing my hair for a while.

It took me about two hours to take them out.  It took five hours to get them done, remember my experience?  They still get a side eye for that one.  The time went by quickly since I watched a couple of unfinished episodes of Dateline and 48 Hours Mystery from our DVR.  I took a few pics and then went to bed, dirty hair and all.  It was 1:oo am when I finished.  I did manage to take some pics before going to bed.  LOL.

I washed and deep conditioned my hair this morning.  Since, I had a little more hair than before, I decided to do a twistout before heading to the barber shop.  I went outside and POOF!  No definition at all,  so I added a floral headband from Salon De La Soul Sister.  Here are the results:

Senegalese Twists Take Down

I am confident that I am NOT about this twistout life anymore.  It took me about two and half hours to finish my hair.  I know I’m rusty.  I haven’t twisted it up since last November.  I kept thinking of the things that I could be doing instead of twisting my hair.  Nevertheless, I am excited about going to the barber shop to get my hair cut down again.  I love my TWA!

My short cut is back and I love it!

My short cut is back and I love it!

I enjoyed my Senegalese twists this summer.  I think my next protective style (next year) will be kinky twists or a weave.

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