Crochet braid, waist length, senegalese twists pt 2

If you haven’t already, read part one here. As promised here is a quick run through of what I did differently the second time I installed my *deep breath* Crochet braid, waist length, senegalese twists.As I showed in the video linked to pt1, removing the senegalese twists from the cornrows is extremely easy.  I was able…

Crochet braids, Waist length Senegalese Twists pt 1

In my previous post Hmmm so THATS a protective style? I wrote rather briefly about hair loss sustained through my DIY attempt with Crochet braids, Waist length Senegalese Twists (mouthful) lol. Sometime last year, I decided to self install some Marley twists using the Senegalese twist method…I did it twice in four months and both times…

Hmmm so THAT’S a protective style?

Hmmm I’m not convinced. Protective styles are so termed because, well, they protect your hair.  They aim to prevent breakage thereby assisting growth.  I hear a lot of naturals proclaim, not in these words but the tone of voice as they say it implies, “don’t be stupid.  A hairstyle doesn’t grow your hair.  Hair grows anyway”…to these…