It’s time for a new protective hairstyle, and you’ve chosen to install Senegalese twists as your next protective style. But before getting this beautiful hairstyle done, you’d first like to know the basics of Senegalese twists. This is why I’ve compiled this list of 40 stylish Senegalese twist hairstyles you can get done for your next protective hairstyle.
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1) Senegalese Twist With a Deep Side Part
A quick and easy way to wear down your long Senegalese twists is to create a deep side part. This style never grows old, it makes one look polished instantly. And you know what, it takes less than a minute to style it.
2) Twisted Half-Up Do
Rock your two-colored Senegalese twists in a half-updo and a half-down style. Another timeless style for all occasions. Don’t you love how these two colors came out? They are not over the top yet bold enough.
3) Senegalese Twist Bun
For a sassy look, why not style your Senegalese twists in a high twisted bun. It’s a pretty simple hairstyle. Be sure to take care not to pull your edges too tight though.
4) Swept Up Senegalese Twists
Sweep up your long black twists to the back and some to the sides and you have a complete look.
5) Medium Sized Twists
If you don’t have the patience to sit for long hours but don’t want chunky twists, you can have them in medium size. To make them even more interesting, curl them towards the end using hot water.
6) Side Part Twists
One of my favorite Senegalese twists styles is to part my twists on the side and sweep them to the left. This is the best style to flaunt your bold makeup.
7) Brown Senegalese Twists
Why not express your bold and fierce self with these small-sized brown Senegalese twists. Put up half of the front section into a loosely twisted bun and the rest flowing to the front of your shoulder.
8) Crochet Senegalese Twist
You can still rock your Senegalese twists without having to sit down for more than four hours. Just crochet your twists and you will be up and about in half the time.
9) Senegalese Twist Cornrows
How about having it all, long Senegalese twist in cornrows. Yeap, I know. It looks amazing. And you have no idea how fast it is to install them.
10) Senegalese Twist Ponytail
If you think ponytails are boring, a Senegalese twist ponytail will definitely change your mind. Whether short, long, or crocheted, holding your twists in a ponytail is the ideal style.
11) Accessorized Senegalese Twists
It’s time to put those golden cuffs, rings, and all your braid accessories to use. You can go all the way out with the accessories or just put a few here and there. The good thing is you can always take them out when bored with them or just want a plan Senegalese twist look.
12) Swept Up Twists
How about a swept-up twist to the side and pushed back for a chic look? This is the kind of style you can rock over and over and still look gorgeous like you did the first time.
13) Senegalese Twists with Crown
Reinvent yourself with these double-toned Senegalese twists loosely held into a crown. You know what they say about a woman’s crown, don’t you?
14) Straight And Simple
Straight and simple it is. Just let your Senegalese twists flow naturally without adding any drama to it. A great style for when you just want a laid-back kind of look.
15) Half-Up Half-Down Senegalese Twists
Whip up half of those twists into a loose twist bun and leave the rest flowing to one side of your shoulder for an edgy look.
16) Extra Long Senegalese with Side Parting
Only bold women have the courage to rock Senegalese twists in this fierce color and length. Why not try it out, the world could do with a lot more bold women.
17) Chunky Crochet Twists—
Bring out that reggae vibe by crocheting chunky Senegalese twists. It’s true you don’t have to have dreadlocks to be a rasta woman. These chunky crochet twists instantly give you that rasta vibe.
18) Two-Tone Senegalese Twists
Try out these cool two-toned Senegalese twists. You can have them at shoulder length or mid-back. A great way to look cool for the summer vacation.
19) Thick Donut Bun
I love me a donut bun anytime. It’s the quickest way to make a statement without all the bells and whistles. The trick is to neatly arrange the twists.
20) Stylish Senegalese Updo
Fancy updo’s? How about you sweep it all up to a high bun to create this stylish Senegalese updo. Don’t you love how it accentuates your facial features? I know i do.
21) Stylish Twists With A Cord
Love decorating your hair? How about twining your twists with a golden cord. It not only decorates but gives your Senegalese twists a very distinct look.
22) Ombre Senegalese Twist
These ombre twists are just timeless. I love that they complement any face type, makeup, and occasion. It’s no wonder the ombre look has been a hit for countless years.
23) Super Long Senegalese Twist
Fancy a Rapunzel look? Go for super long Senegalese twists. You will no doubt turn heads with the long twists.
24) Burgundy Senegalese Twists
If this isn’t courage and boldness, I don’t know what is. Extra-long Senegalese twists in burgundy to me reads BOLD. And to make it even more dramatic, go all out with the accessories.
25) Senegalese Twist African Braiding Salon —
Rapunzel in deep brown Senegalese twists going all the way to her lower back. What a great way to stand out the next summer or during the festivals.
26) Senegalese Twist Color
The ponytail is an ultimate laid-back style so why not make it pop by going for these maroon twists. Whether for summer or winter, this is a great color to rock.
27) Curly Senegalese Twists
If curls are your tribe, why not go for curly Senegalese twists. I love how full they look on the head.
28) Blonde Senegalese Twists
Level up your personality by going blonde. And what better way than to install these blonde Senegalese twists.
29) Senegalese Twist Black And Blonde
A perfect combination is what these black and blonde twists in bob are. Really edge look for a vivacious woman prepared to take over the world.
30) Long Natural Senegalese Twist
For a sexy look, swipe your long twists to the back and bring them all to the front on your left side. You have to bear with twists coming right to the front of your left eye though.
31) Big Senegalese Twists
Go big with these big Senegalese twists. Not only are they not time-consuming when installing and when taking out, but they are also very trendy and easy to care for.
32) Black And Blue Twists
Why wear the boring all-black twists when you can light up your hair, quite literally, with some blue twists underneath the black.
33) Short Senegalese Twists
Go short, thin, and curly towards the ends for a more serious look. Ideal for the office and official events.
34) Long Senegalese Twists
Let loose, allow your long Senegalese twists to naturally flow on your lower back. This can easily pass as your everyday charming look.
35) Senegalese Twist Hairstyle With Bold Twists
Let your bold twists speak of your boldness. No need to blow your own trumpet when you got these Senegalese twists on your head.
36) Senegalese Twists with Side Part
The side part wins all the time. And it’s easy to see why – it’s extremely simple to do and it’s one of those styles that make you look like you put real effort into your look when in actual sense, it took you a second to do the side part.
37) Twisted Half-Up, Half-Down Twists—
Add some style and flair to your twisted half up, half down by braiding it to one side. This is a style that can last you several days without requiring a touch-up or take-down.
38) Big Senegalese with Accent Color
Wanna turn heads all day every day? Why not go cray cray with these big and long Senegalese twists in burgundy.
39) Small Senegalese Twists —
If patience is your other name, try out these super small twists. These can last you for up to 16 weeks as long as you take great care of them.
40) Head Pattern Senegalese Twists
Explore your creativity by trying out patterned Senegalese twists. You will have no one to compete with as very few people can rock their Senegalese twists in this style.