Senegalese Twists for Dolls

Words can’t express how much I adore Senegalese twists, especially on Vivienne (yes, this Bratz Strut It! Sasha 2002 doll has a name). Love Senegalese twists too? Check out the video tutorial below and learn how to Senegalese twist your doll’s hair. I share the traditional method as well as an easy alternative. This tutorial is also relatively human-friendly, perfect for those with straight and/or relaxed hair.

You will need:

  • Patience.
  • Your client (a doll in need of a new hairstyle). I used Bratz Strut It! Sasha 2002.
  • Hairbands.
  • Scissors.
  • Kanekalon braiding hair (any brand will do).
  • A tail comb or needle.
  • A hairbrush.
  • Metal cuffs, beads, etc. (optional).

Everything you will need should be available via Amazon.

How to:

  1. ONE. Please watch the video! The key to mastering Senegalese twists lies in watching and practicing.