senegalese twists help

desire4curlsdesire4curls Registered Users Posts: 30
Hello. I would like to get Senegalese twists put in, but the fitrst time I went to a salon, the woman told me my hair was too thick to twist. Before I try another salon, is there such a thing as hair being too thick to twist? I usually get box braids, and I have done twist outs on my hair before, but I really like Senegalese twists. Any information would be helpful. TIA!
4a, extremely thick and protein sensitive.
deep conditioner my hair loves: redken all soft heavy cream and matrix biolage ultra hydrating cream

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  • jaybabeex3jaybabeex3 Registered Users Posts: 192
    She was being lazy. I think they could do it...although I've never had them. I've seen a lot of people with thick texture get it done. Hope this helps

    Mrs Jones <3
    Sincerly yours,
    Jalissa <3
  • angellike550angellike550 Registered Users Posts: 17
    maybe you could get kinky twists, nubian twists or fluffy twists- they have more of a textured look. senegalese twist usually uses the braid hair that has more of a relaxed texture maybe thats what she meant by too thick, not sure tho im no professional but i thought anybody could get this type of twist so maybe she was being lazy lol
  • ThickHairedQTThickHairedQT Registered Users Posts: 542 Curl Neophyte
    She was being lazy. I have thick and dense hair and I've had senegalese twist, kinky twist, and box braids. And they have all looked nice. The only problem is most braiders would try to ridiculously upcharge me so I taught myself how to braid.
  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Moderators Posts: 10,840 Curl Virtuoso
    The only problem is most braiders would try to ridiculously upcharge me so I taught myself how to braid.

    Love it!

    Gretchen
    NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
    3A

    You are beautiful!

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