M Tenney: I see u braided first before twisting which way do you begin twisting so the twist wont come a loose? Btw:loved ur video=)
themukisa11: Thanks:) The ends usually stay put because I feather the hair to make it thin towards the end; it also produces a more natural look than blunt ends. There are several tutorials on that technique. My favorite one is by Worldofbraiding here on YouTube. I'm now located in Miami, FL.
Tisha B.: Hey I really like how you did here hair! I am trying to learn how to do senegalese twists on my own hair and I know its gonna take practice. I wanna know how you got the ends to stay put and not unravel. Also are you located in Atlanta??
Daja' Hardwick: This is really neat! But could you please do a tutorial??
tale101: Great job!!! How do you get your parting so neat. Like if its triangles or arches etc...
Lavonta suggs: R u still located in ga
D Simmons: how are the twists to her edges? my edges are thin but i really want to get these twists done
msboo26: Great job!!!!
Beyonda Nowell: Very nice. What type of braids would you recommend for swimming?
718gal: Oh my goodness I can't believe it!!!!! You did my crochet braids the best!!!!!!!
nickyworth25: you're moving to GA?!?!....Yay....gotta make an appointment for the spring!!!
themukisa11: @kim gonzales thanks! :-)
kim gonzales: I know you are in Med. school, but I don't know--You might have to have two jobs...You do a very good job doing hair...Nevertheless, we want you to succeed as a doctor, but having you as a stylist won't hurt:)
Harmony Nae: Please do a "I'M HERE NYC VIDEO"!
Location, prices, etc...,
Thanking you in advance♡
Harmony Nae: Beautiful work and healthy hair!
RaRa609: Yay!! I will be making an appt lol
zlajoi: R u kidding me? soon as i find someone who looks like you'll really take care of my hair ,you about to leave NY.