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Hair Tutorial – Day 23 – French Twist

February 23, 2011 by Jo

I super-suck at french twists so I figured I should included them in the hair tutorials. Here’s one of my favorite girls doing it up! Mind you, she has really long hair.

If you have a buddy to help you do your hair (or you just want to hear how to do this in English), check out this tutorial here. I would have embedded it, but the code was taken down :(

Have no fear Ladies-with-Short-Hair! Here’s a quick video tutorial (under 1 minute) on how to do a french twist and securing it with a comb.

I wish I had seen this video before New Years Eve! It would have gone so well with my dress! Oh well…I just had my hair loose….it worked fine enough. See?


  1. Julie Brown says:

    I love love love french twists! They’re also great when decorated with flowers along the “seam” of your hair, or with chopsticks.

  2. Lindsay K. says:

    I loved the french twist when my hair was at that weird short length where a ponytail just did not look right. Ok, it was more of a tuck & pin than a real french twist, but it works!!

    I haven’t tried these with a french twist, but I got about 3 months use of them before I cut my hair (only bc I was sick for months & couldn’t take care of it! Ugggh I wish I hadn’t.) They are a bit pricey at like $6 for 2, but they are AMAZING. My hair won’t stay up with just a fancy comb or chopsticks. It takes at least 10-15 pins to do a simple messy bun. But THESE held my hair wonderfully. I was amazed that it held a bun tight and didn’t even let it hang down a bit like I expected it would. I only did buns and side-do’s with them, but I imagine they’d be a great tool for a quick french twist..

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