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vskid
08-13-2004, 04:15 PM
Have you all seen those senegalese twists that have the flowing ends (done with straight hair)? Any idea how to secure the ends? They don't look tied to me and they definitely aren't burned. Glue, maybe? Is hot water enough to get the twists to stay without unraveling?

KRE8TIV
08-13-2004, 04:26 PM
I thought they were just another name for Kinky Twists. (Iguess not) I had wanted some for the longest time, but they cost so dang on much where I live!

nappyolme
08-13-2004, 05:42 PM
Do you possibly have or can you find a picture for a example...i don't get the "flowing ends"

pyogazel
08-13-2004, 08:26 PM
Do you mean this :
http://www.aufeminin.com/imworld/album/D20031126/21038_57V14HVWWX7YYDKMCMUJA14D5KDNMC_2st3_H051720_ L.jpg

actually, heat IS enougth to hold the ends if you roller set them prior to putting them in the hot water...

Monqiue
08-15-2004, 06:15 AM
yeah you can dip them in hot water.... my friend did her own and tht is how she sealed her ends

vskid
08-16-2004, 01:41 AM
Originally posted by pyogazel@Aug 13 2004, 08:26 PM
Do you mean this :
http://www.aufeminin.com/imworld/album/D20031126/21038_57V14HVWWX7YYDKMCMUJA14D5KDNMC_2st3_H051720_ L.jpg

actually, heat IS enougth to hold the ends if you roller set them prior to putting them in the hot water...
those are the ones I mean, except that the people I've seen it on don't have the curled ends, their ends are either straight or have a slight bend. But, it seems (thanks Monqiue) that I can just dip it in hot water and the twists won't unravel.

Question: did your friend use the regular Kanekalon and get good results?