10 Fresh Twists on the French Twist

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 10
    The 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 10
    This 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 10
    Heidi 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 10
    Go elegant with a double French twist that also mimics the 1960s style bouffant.
    Find out more at Fashionising.
  • Half French Twist 5 of 10
    Not 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 10
    Kick up the volume by hiding a sock in your French Twist.
    Check it out at Stars for Streetlights.
  • French Twist and Pin 7 of 10
    Learn 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 10
    Don'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 10
    Another 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 10
    Not 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.



Article Posted 6 years Ago

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