The French twist is back, and I’m on board with this trend. Lovely ladies all over the interwebs have been coming up with fresh takes on the old-school style: If you have thick hair make it a double with the double French twist; pump up the volume with a sock French twist; or take the easy route and do a messy French twist. Check out all 10 Fresh Twists on the French Twist that work for just about any hair type and length…
Easy French Twist 1 of 10The French twist can come off intimidating sometimes, so here's an easy version you could do in no time at all.
Get the tutorial at Real Simple.
Romantic French Twist 2 of 10This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to do a new version of the French twist that encourages a little messiness.
Find out more at Latest Hairstyles.
Modern French Twist 3 of 10Heidi Klum sports a french twist with a bit of extra volume on top to create a modern edge.
Find out more at Nicky Clarke.
Double French Twist 4 of 10Go elegant with a double French twist that also mimics the 1960s style bouffant.
Find out more at Fashionising.
Half French Twist 5 of 10Not into the up-do? You can still keep up with the French twist trend and have your hair down too.
Get the tutorial at The Small Things.
Sock French Twist 6 of 10Kick up the volume by hiding a sock in your French Twist.
Check it out at Stars for Streetlights.
French Twist and Pin 7 of 10Learn how to create this stylish up-do and when you take it down it leaves cascading and soft waves.
Check it out at Hair Romance.
Messy French Twist 8 of 10Don't worry about packing all those loose hairs in with this casual but classic French twist.
Find out more at Hair Romance.
French Twist Side Pony 9 of 10Another way to keep most of your hair down and in a stylish pony using the French twist.
Find out more at Eisy Morgan.
All Hair Type and Length French Twist 10 of 10Not everyone has long flowing hair so here is a French twist that most any texture and length of hair can achieve.
Get the video at Youtube.