Feb 13, 2013

Senegalese Twists in Chicago part II

Guess what? The Senegalese Twists are back in effect and I couldn't be happier. I've grown completely tired of doing my hair and this is the perfect remedy to get me through the rest of winter. I've actually been debating rocking the twists until Summer, but who knows. I'm sure I'll be craving some fresh highlights once the heat kicks in.

I went to Nana again (blogged about it here) and she was absolutely wonderful! To top things off, she made some delicious lamb curry which made my stomach smile.



Above is a quick video review of my twists. I'll try to update along the way with on-going posts to show how they wear. Last summer I got my twists the same time I was training for my scuba diving certification, so the constant swimming, chlorine, etc got the best of my hair.

I also want to thank everyone that has visited my site on their search for the best Senegalese Twists in Chicago! It's actually the top link for my page which is pretty cool, and Nana has been amazingly thankful for the exposure. It's awesome to come across people that are not only talented, but have such a pure heart. She rocks.






11 comments:

Brittani Barnett said...

Which length did get this time? Where do they lay on your back?

*Miss Canty* said...

I went to Nana because of your review and getting these twists for the first time was a great experience. She didn't do it too tight but just right especially for the edges. It took her about 5.5 hours and she had one other woman helping her with my hair. I was very pleased! Thank you so much for your review I appreciate it! When she asked how I heard and I mentioned you blog she knew exactly who I was talking about! Thanks again!

*Miss Canty* said...

Thank you so much for this review. My first time getting this twists by Nana was a great experience. She worked fast and made sure the front of my hair wasn't too tight. She had another woman who helped her so they finished in about 5.5 hours. When she asked how I found her I told her from your blog and she knew exactly who I was talking about! Thanks again for the wonderful review!

Kathryn Bowers said...

I love it!

Kasmer said...

Hi There,

I have an appointment with Nana for next week! I can't wait, before I go I wanted to ask you what is the post Senegalese review? How was your hair? Was your hair healthy? Edges pulled out? Thanks!

Ishea said...

@ Brittani B. - I got "long" again... there are only 2 lengths, medium and long. The long hit down the middle of my back.

@ Miss Canty - I'm glad you had a great experience.

@ Kasmer - Post twists my hair was just fine. Very healthy and edges in tack. Remember that a lot of your experience will be determined by how you are caring for you hair. So, if you don't moisturize, pull hair up the entire time, etc... it can affect your hair negatively.

Tomara Ford said...

Hello,

Do you still do braids in the Chicago area?

Ishea said...

@ Tomara - I never did hair myself, but Nana DOES still do hair on the South Side. Her contact information is still current, so feel free to give her a call.

nette38 said...

I have an appointment with her this Friday....found her from your reviews

NATURAL ME NATURAL U said...

I just came across your blog I'm gonna give her a call to get them done before Thanksgiving how soon do you think I should call for an appointment?

Ishea said...

@ natural me -- I'd suggest calling as soon as you know the date/time that you'd prefer. Her schedule fills up fast, so no use in waiting.

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